Sharing a Home Equals Sharing a Life
David Holahan
It was one of two houses for sale on Martha’s Vineyard in 1982 that my friend and I could almost afford.
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Hiking with Thoreau, Doritos Too
Ted Sutton
Henry David Thoreau didn’t like crowds. It is unlikely he would have shown up for his 200th birthday celebration at the Aquinnah library.
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Vineyard Filmmakers Go Heavy with True Depictions of War
Allan Gerson
Four stark and decidedly un-Hollywood war movies are playing on the Vineyard this summer.
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Walk to the Sea With Me Once More
Ted Sutton
Not a lot of reason for optimism lately, but in Aquinnah there is finally something to cheer about. It’s the Philbin boardwalk.
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Summers On Beat Summers Off
Robert Skydell
Having the entire summer off on Martha’s Vineyard sounds like a dream come true to most people, but not so much for me.
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Never Too Old to Be Inspired; A Woman in Charge Helps
Shirley Mayhew
The first presidential election in which I was old enough to cast a vote was in 1948. I had turned 22 in April of that year, and I voted for Harry S. Truman.
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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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