For the past 10 years, the West Tisbury finance committee has written an op-ed prior to the annual town meeting.
I had long forgotten the tingling feeling of cool, wet grass between my toes in summer.
Years ago we had a fifth grade exchange student from Manchester, England staying with us.
If there is an in-law lottery, I won it. Jamie Langley, the owner of Right Fork Diner, is my sister in law.
Tisbury’s wastewater issues have recently been in the news and I wish to share some thoughts as to a possible way forward.
At my age / Spring makes me wince / At all the rebirth / Of nature’s renewables.
I wrote about hawks once before when they were nesting and feeding their fledglings.
Fond as I am of winter, spring comes next as a favorite season and the gleaming gold of daffodils is heralding its arrival here and there.
You never forget your first library, especially the one you walk to on your own, step through the doors with no adults trailing you, and enter a...
The return of river herring to Martha’s Vineyard this spring is one of the rhythms of a natural world unaffected by a pandemic.
Lonely rectangles Squeeze our souls Stacked one on top of another Slid into moveable vessels Stationary now
If we could celebrate your birthday together this year, I’d come into the house after closing down my store for the day.

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