Molly Martone

West Tisbury Town Column: August 13
Have you noticed the Queen Anne's lace along the roadsides? Does it always lay so thickly across the fields in August, or is it having a banner year?
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West Tisbury Town Column: August 6
Living as we do, surrounded by visitors on holiday, certainly has its perks. That delicious, delirious, somewhat frantic vacation feeling is infectious.
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West Tisbury Town Column: July 30
The transition from July to August is kind of a big deal here, isn't it?
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West Tisbury Column: July 23
Lately I've been thinking about dirt road etiquette. Some of us travel dirt roads on a daily basis and usually they are a charming way to get from one place to another.
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West Tisbury Column: July 16
It's rather odd writing this column several days before it will be read. For example, at this moment we are living in a water-colored world. It rained yesterday; it is raining now; it will always be raining.
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West Tisbury Column: July 9
There used to be a sense that you could happen upon anything at Alley's General Store: a Japanese hand hoe, a rubber chicken, Mexican jumping beans, or a bouquet of fresh flowers.
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West Tisbury Column: July 2
Last week boasted the summer solstice, followed by a strawberry moon.
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West Tisbury Column: June 25
Seth's Pond is closed again this summer, as it was closed last summer. A board of health meeting takes place at town hall on June 24 at 5 p.m. to discuss the bacteria issue.
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West Tisbury Town Column: June 18
A big welcome to West Tisbury columnist Molly Martone, who begins this week. She takes over for John Alley, the longtime town columnist who died in April 2020.
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West Tisbury Town Column: Oct. 15
Don't forget about the Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Agricultural Hall. It starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 3 p.m. Admission is free.
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