Walking the Downs to Town With Only Beauty to Behold
Phyllis Meras
It is the season of orange lilies up-Island and down.
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Swimming With Sharks in Suva City
Joe Keenan
In the long fairway into the harbor of Suva City on Viti Levu, Fiji, the sharks play among the debris.
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Car Game Keeps Curiosity Calling
Dave Ulrich
Island residents in every coffee shop and every intersection are beginning to grumble (rightly so) about the bump in traffic at this time of year.
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Doggie Downer or Shopper's Delight?
Ted Sutton
Last August, a dog urinated on a bushel of corn at the Morning Glory farm stand at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market.
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In Praise of Proust's Unsimple Truths
Philip Weinstein
I first read Proust’s Swann’s Way as a sophomore in college. Not even 20 years old, what could I know about time?
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Trying to Balance All of Life's Lessons
Shirley Mayhew
I have been living with the fear of falling since my late eighties and early nineties.
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How to Shape the World? Embrace the Unexpected
Whitney Schroeder
When we entered through the doors of MVRHS four years ago, there were many things we did not yet know.
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A Dream Realized Thanks to Hard Work and Lots of Help
Paulo Pereira Filho
I moved to the United States when I was three years old, and began my quest to become an American by overcoming hardships and working hard.
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After Paris Withdrawal Real Work Begins
Rob Hannemann
In everyone’s favorite 1940s movie, Rick tells Ilsa, “We’ll always have Paris”. Well, maybe not.
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Earth Interest Should Exceed Self Interest
Jeremy Houser
This is not the time to focus on self-interest. But President Trump’s climate policy is clearly a bad deal for Martha’s Vineyard.
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