Poetry of Vocation and Avocation Resonates
Bill Eville
Paul Dawson's first book of poetry is called Musings of an Old Man. It is guided by a narrator who does not look away from life’s hardships, and instead embraces them head on, with a curiosity and compassion all his own.
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For Scott Frank Staying True to the Process Is the Only Constant
Bill Eville
Scott Frank's Netflix series Godless won three Emmy awards. He says he gets more writing done on the Vineyard than anywhere else.
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Ladies and Gentlemen, Introducing Slammy B and the Electric Snakes
Bill Eville
On Thursday, four 14 year olds defied expectations and age limits when they strutted into the Ritz and instead of being tossed out started tuning up.
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Following the Unconscious Through Darkness and Light
Bill Eville

The words are on the page, but for Jennifer Joanou that is just the first step. In fact, by the time her creative process is done the words may no longer be visible.

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Agricultural Fair Beckons to One and All
Bill Eville
The preparations are almost done and the crowds ready to be welcomed to the 157th Agricultural Fair and Livestock Show.
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World Record Fritter Fame for Back Door Donuts
Bill Eville
Two lines formed at Back Door Donuts Sunday to cheer and taste the largest apple fritter ever made, one for the record books.
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A Literary Turn to the Soul
Bill Eville

What is important right now is that Mr. Weinstein is currently on his own literary journey.

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Breaking the Color Barrier in the SEC
Bill Eville
Triumph: the Untold Story of Perry Wallace, tells the story of a the first African American to play basketball in the Southeastern conference.
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Sail MV Executive Director Will Retire
Bill Eville

After nine years of providing fair winds for the nonprofit Sail Martha’s Vineyard, executive director Brock Callen has announced his retirement, the organization said.

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Ben Moore, Early Island Architect, Dies at 82
Bill Eville
Ben Moore, one of the first architects to set up shop on the Vineyard and a champion of affordable housing, died on May 10 at his home in West Tisbury.
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