Hard to Be Hungry When the Menu Is You
Joe Keenan
As a result of being the cook on a square rigger bound around the world, when I get the chance to spend time ashore with newfound friends, invariably the conversation turns to food.
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Looking to Connect Beyond the Quiet
Alexandra Bullen Coutts
In a 2016 census, more than 2,500 young adults age 20 to 34 were reported to be living on the Vineyard year-round.
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Oscar Memories: It Really Is an Honor to Be Nominated
Arnie Reisman
My Oscar experience happened long ago, March 28, 1977, back when the red carpet was still green.
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Search for a Doctor Ends With a House Call
Shirley Mayhew

I have been angry at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital board for some months now, and I wasn’t sure about what to do about it.

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Remembering a Beacon of Thoughtfulness
Merissa Nathan Gerson

Jon Harris came early to my birthday party last February. He was the first guest and was all smiles, a bomber jacket.

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Paddy Wagon Pals in Portland
Phyllis Meras
Recently I spent an hour in a paddy wagon in Portland.
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Menemsha Memories
Sam Low
The packed Chilmark Library meeting room last Friday attests to Menemsha residents’ love for their town as they gathered to discuss a new master plan.
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Feeling the Warmth of the Snow Queen
Jenny Allen
You should do a play. Maybe you live alone, and maybe you are not loving the way the light dies in late afternoon, when you know there are 15 more hours of aloneness ahead.
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An Island Apart But With a History of Inclusiveness
Skip Finley
Martha’s Vineyard is unique for a lot of reasons, sometimes in ways that aren’t readily apparent.
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Exploring Depths of Right Whales' Plight
Susan Larsen
There is no argument that the North Atlantic right whale is in dire straits.
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