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Is Paying the Price for Paradise Worth It?
Virginia Crowell Jones
In the last month I’ve traveled by car, ferry, train, taxi, bus and private car to and from Port Townsend, Wash. to visit family.
2:26 pm, March 31, 2016
To Have and To Hold, Until There's a Bee in Your Bonnet
To have and to hold, we say in a wedding ceremony because marriage involves holding as well as mere possession.
1:44 pm, March 28, 2016
4:05 pm, March 25, 2016
Where Everybody Borrows Your Name
Two years after our show went off the air, Cheers reared its head. Ever see the pilot? If you didn’t, but saw the pilot of Park Street Under, you...
3:38 pm, March 25, 2016
A Man of the People, Representative Madden Will Be Missed
At the 2015 annual Falmouth Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner all of the local politicians were invited on stage to have their chance at the...
3:43 pm, March 21, 2016
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When Finding the Way Means Much More Than Learning to Steer
Chad Baybayan stands about five feet, eight inches tall. He has a swimmer’s body, suggesting a capability of delivering powerful strokes and a strong...
4:08 pm, March 14, 2016
To My One and Only, Every One of You
One-and-only tradespersons are probably inevitable on a small Island. In certain fields, there isn’t enough market demand to feed two.
4:22 pm, March 10, 2016
Red Hat at Mytoi
Fronds bend to be touched By the young girl in the red hat Who strokes them like the silk fur Of a contented cat arching Against her leg./p>
4:19 pm, March 10, 2016
A Vineyard Affair, the Donald, Marla and Me
Back in the summer of 1988 while Donald Trump was publicly basking in the success of his book, The Art of the Deal, he quietly came to the Vineyard...
4:18 pm, March 7, 2016
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