We won’t clam up. We oppose the 31 per cent cut of high school performing arts classes. We offer proposals that will hold off those cuts...
trees
See them first at Featherstone: now in its second decade as the Island’s only year-round art center, Featherstone Center for the Arts is...
Herring
Run, herring, run! Or, rather, swim, herring, swim, to your natal stream. River herring — harbingers of spring — should be back soon, if they...
It was 35 years ago that Peter Benchley’s novel Jaws, about a great white shark that terrorizes a resort town, was first published, starting...
JUNE MANNING 508-645-2574 (lthslnks@gis.net) The osprey have arrived — Bettina Malonson Washington photographed a pair at Lobsterville...
Dean’s List Three Vineyard students were named to the dean’s list at Emory College in Atlanta, Ga., for the fall 2007 semester. They are...
LIGHTS OUT Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Tomorrow, Saturday night, March 29, is Lights Out Martha’s Vineyard from 8 to 9 p.m. We encourage...
Chocolate, a pair of running shoes and you: the first Hot Cocoa 5K Run and Walk for the Safe Haven Project, an event where all proceeds go...
pansy drawing by Seniel Seward
By LYNNE IRONS I love Easter. Not only is church filled to capacity, but it is the real turning point between winter and spring. It doesn’t...

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