This is the unusual story of the unlikely relationship between two families.
Before the equatorial sun reaches the point in the morning sky where the heat builds and hits you like a forge, I cycle up into the pastured hills to...
The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times died this week at age 93. A longtime Nantucket summer resident, he occasionally had a few...
A Parellel Universe.
On the Same Page, the delightful new book by novelist and Vineyard resident N. D. Galland, centers around an unlikely Capulet-Montague rivalry: two...
Thirty four years ago, MVRHS principal Gregory Scotten addressed my incoming freshman class. During the convocation he cited the Shaker hymn Simple...
To cook or not to cook? That’s often the question. Eat in or eat out?
Prior to the publishing of my Yiddish and Jive book, it seemed I spent every hour of the day at my computer dealing with and solving all sorts of...
I don’t mind taking down the tree. 
 It has served its purpose. At first it was a welcome holiday guest but it took up a lot of room and I wanted my...

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