On the Rental Hunt, Feeling Like Chum in the Water
Garri Saganenko
We got lucky. After posting on the Facebook group MV Long-Term Housing Rentals last fall, my roommate and I received an offer to rent a summer home for the winter.
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County Fees Add Up to Backdoor Budgeting
Nelson Sigelman
Dukes County government is Martha’s Vineyard’s Northwest Passage.
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Over Time, Statue's Symbolic Stigma Only Deepens
Harry Seymour
The debate over the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP’s proposal regarding the Union soldier statue has made me more aware of the statue and its reason for being.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Martha's Vineyard Fish Tales
Steve Donoghue
Nelson Sigelman, a veteran writer on fishing and the outdoor life, is no carpetbagger when it comes to the benign insanity that is all-season fishing.
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The Tale of a Hungry Hawk and One Tough Duck
Joanie Ames
Recently, I heard my 19 ducks setting off a huge quacking alarm from their pond and ran outside.
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Feeding a Community, Body and Soul
Mary Jane Carpenter
I grew up in what was once a farming community.
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One Person's Dump Is Another Person's Treasure Chest
Phyllis Meras
Some 50 years ago when I first moved to West Tisbury, the late Willis Gifford was a dinner guest one night.
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Mourning from Afar a Four-Legged Friend
Albert O. Fischer
I have an ancient-way trail that passes by my house and it is always pleasing for me to see people walking this path.
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Earthly Meetings With Shining Stars
Arnie Reisman
Recently I heard author-producer Vicki Riskin at the Gazette’s Tuesdays in the Newsroom.
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From Refuge to Burden but Always a Blessing
Bob Asher
I was not born on Martha’s Vineyard, but it was pretty close. The first time I visited the Island was when mother was pregnant with me more than 50 years ago.
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