The Wrath of Hurricane Carol
Shirley Mayhew
If there were any radio warnings of the impending storm, we were in dreamland and didn’t hear them.
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The Churning Pulse of Albie Season
Tony Frascotti
One caught off of Great Point in Nantucket, one caught off Point Judith, a school found in Buzzards Bay. They are here. It’s albie season.
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Picking a Puppy Is Heart and Science
Arnie Reisman
When someone comes to the house with a four-legged fur-friend, we melt into mezzo-soprano cooing and wooing.
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In the Market of Unease, A Shift of Thinking Sprouts
Ted Sutton
I like my vegetables as much as the next guy, but lately I’ve been feeling out of place at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market.
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Playing It Smart by Resisting the Modern Age
Shirley Mayhew
I resisted the modern age until I won a microwave oven in a grocery store raffle.
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Getting to Know Mark London Through His Love of Music
Mark Alan Lovewell
As executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, Mark London’s reach extended beyond the Olde Stone Building.
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All Our Stories Are Immigrant Stories
Robert Skydell
The day before we fled and went into hiding we trashed the house.
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Late in the Day on the First Day of the Fair
Fan Ogilvie
If you can’t be happy here, you probably can’t find happiness anywhere.
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Hi There
Steve Ewing
When a local gives a wave don't avert or be afraid
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For Whaling Captains, Diversity Flourished
Skip Finley
Men of color were full participants in the whaling industry, a business so difficult and dangerous that most people only went out once.
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