Gazette Photographers Take Audience Behind the Images
Sara Brown
Albert O. Fischer 3rd returns again and again to take pictures of Keith Farm in Chilmark.
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Exhibit Opens Gazette Speaker Series
Tuesdays in the Newsroom, the Gazette’s popular speaker series, is back for the season starting Tuesday, Oct. 10 with a special event at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
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Gazette Photography Exhibit Draws a Crowd
Louisa Hufstader

The opening reception for Eyes of the Island, a group exhibition featuring photographs from the Vineyard Gazette, was well attended and convivial.

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Print Matters for Pittsburgh Online Advocacy Journalists
Steve Myrick

Presses rolled early this week as the Vineyard Gazette printed 20,000 copies of an investigative report for the Public Herald, a nonprofit investigative journalism site based in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Eyes of the Island Salutes Gazette Photographers

The Vineyard Gazette and photographers who shoot regularly for the newspaper will present some of their best work at a monthlong exhibit at Featherstone Center for the Arts.

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Eyes of the Island Features Gazette Photography
Eyes of the Island, an exhibit featuring 40 years of Vineyard Gazette photography, runs from Sept. 24 until Oct. 22 at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
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Vineyard Gazette Acquires Tourism Website MVOL

Martha’s Vineyard Online, the Island’s first and best-known tourism website at MVOL.com, has been acquired by the Vineyard Gazette.

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Sales Manager, Project Editor Join Gazette Staff

Two familiar Island faces have joined the Vineyard Gazette Media Group.

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Gazette Cited for Excellence in Journalism
Julia Wells

The Vineyard Gazette won 39 awards this year from the New England Newspaper and Press Association, including top prizes for environmental reporting, photography and multimedia storytelling.

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The Gazette Launches Web Site on the Internet
Mark Alan Lovewell
The Vineyard Gazette has established a Worldwide Web page on the Internet. This service for customers and friends of the Vineyard gives readers from here and abroad an opportunity to connect to the newspaper in a new way.
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