First Vineyard Baby of the New Year Is a Sunny Delight
Sol Cove Fischer Turner was born on New Year’s Day at home in Edgartown to parents Lila Fischer and Nic Turner.
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Top Ten Stories in 2022
Here are 10 of the stories that most engaged Vineyard Gazette readers in print and online in 2022:
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Finding a Rhythm on the Rollercoaster That Was 2022
September fourteenth. Summer was over and Martha’s Vineyard had already begun its annual downshift into fall. Children were back in school, the frenzy of August was a fast-fading memory.
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Plunging Into a New Year, Island Style
Bill Eville

The Christmas cheer has subsided and now New Year’s winks at us from around the next corner with its hats and noisemakers, bubbly and midnight kisses.

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Polar Plunge Participants Brave Arctic Chill to Benefit Veterans

It was an estimated not-so-balmy six degrees Monday morning when an extra-hardy group of 11 people took a polar plunge into Vineyard Sound to celebrate the New Year.

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Happy New Year, Time to Party Like It's 2017
Heather Hamacek
Whatever your style, there’s a New Year's Eve celebration on the Vineyard to match.
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Resolutions and Pancakes: Many Ways to Welcome New Year
Suzan Bellincampi

Traditions from all over the world and all through history help us start the New Year on the right foot.

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Bye Bye 2015, Hello 2016: Vineyard New Year's Eve Events
It may be cliche, but yes another year has passed in the blink of an eye. Well, no matter, it’s time to celebrate.
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Potluck Jam
To keep the New Year party going all weekend, there will be a potluck jam at the Chilmark Community Center on Saturday, Jan. 3, beginning at 5 p.m.
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Island Auld Lang Syne
New Year’s Eve traditions from around the world include eating grapes, wearing polka dots, watching fireworks, eating black-eyed peas, sporting your best pair of lucky underwear and then, of course, the kiss.
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