A Son's Quest to Understand Fuels Craig McNamara's Memoir

In his debut memoir Because Our Father Lied, Craig McNamara has a lot of questions for his father, the late statesman and secretary of defense, Robert McNamara.

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On the Water and in the Air, Summer Visitor Numbers are Up

Transportation officials across the Island have reported strong year-on-year traffic increases from 2021 to 2022.

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A Fairyland Arrives in Tisbury

Last Saturday evening, over 100 guests traveled through the small bower that connects the Tisbury Amphitheater to the nearby Tashmoo Overlook and settled themselves onto rows of bleachers.

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Giving Undelivered Political Speeches Their Due

In his latest book Undelivered: The Never-Heard Speeches that Would Have Rewritten History, Jeffrey Nussbaum cites Election Night of 2000 as the beginning of his fascination with the undelivered speeches of history.

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Edgartown Fire Department Celebrates Promotions

On Friday afternoon, the Edgartown Fire Department promoted five of its members in the first official department ceremony since before the pandemic.

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Cyanobacteria Monitoring Under Way in Island Ponds

Island boards of health, working in conjunction with the Great Pond Foundation, issued the summer’s first cyanobacteria bloom watch notices last week.

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Raise a Water Glass for Recovery

In the summer months, the Vineyard offers up a wide diversity of "tastings."

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Bibliophiles Flock to West Tisbury Book Sale

The West Tisbury Library’s revamped annual book sale opened Sunday, with book enthusiasts mulling through hundreds of donated books collected on the library’s back porch.

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Keeping Up With Island Moths and Sharing the Journey

Dr. Paul Goldstein is an expert on moths and butterflies. He began his formal study of Vineyard lepidoptera at Felix Neck in 1986.

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Tisbury Street Fair Delights Once Again

Crowds flocked to Vineyard Haven’s Main Street Friday evening for the return of the Tisbury Street Fair, a perennial summer tradition.

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