Oak Bluffs Town Column: Jan. 20
Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King were honored on Jan. 13 with the unveiling of the much talked-about Embrace sculpture on the Boston Common.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: Nov. 4
For nearly a decade, Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts 3rd graced the pulpit at Union Chapel with his own inimitable style of preaching.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: Oct. 7
Vineyard and Roxbury legacy families were on full display at the wedding of Carolyn Allston and Jethro Trenteetu at the Old Whaling Church last Saturday.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: Sept. 9
As I watched Serena Williams play her last hurrah on the Arthur Ashe Courts this past week, I couldn't help but think of our own U.S. Open here on the Vineyard.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: Sept. 2
Labor Day weekend is the last gasp of fun and frivolity of the summer.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: August 26
In some ways, this past week in Oak Bluffs has been a period of reviving old traditions and renewing old friendships.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: August 19
From time to time we have an opportunity on the Island to meet and hear from an historic icon.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: August 12
The Martha's Vineyard Comedy Fest is in its 11th year here on the Vineyard.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: August 5
The Midnight Train to Georgia will be stopping on Massachusetts avenue this Saturday to support the campaign efforts of Stacey Abrams, candidate for governor of Georgia.
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Oak Bluffs Town Column: July 22
Edward Taylor Coombs grew up spending summers on the Vineyard with his parents, grandmother, uncles, aunts and cousins in Oak Bluffs.
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