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I renounce your right to my head. Proudly, I wore the hat in ’78 in spite of Bucky Dent. Your brim capped my headache when Buckner booted it in ’86...
6:03 pm, March 28, 2013
It Takes a Village to Protect Our Beaches
Barbara J. Erickson
Despite patches of snow still on the ground, spring has finally arrived! Ospreys are flying over Poucha Pond collecting sticks for their nests,...
5:58 pm, March 28, 2013
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Enjoying the View, Especially When it Reveals a Full Life
So I got new glasses. And it’s just amazing what it’s like to read again and see the words, to drive again and see the road, to look at a label on...
5:55 pm, March 28, 2013
Something Special About that Soft Serve
March 13, 2013. To most Americans this is just another day. To a kid on the Vineyard, it might as well be Christmas. Except there’s no eggnog on the...
5:44 pm, March 28, 2013
Washashore Chronicles: May the Phoenix Never Rest in Peace
More than a year ago when the Gazette asked me to write a column, I jumped at the opportunity. After all, this is a writer’s paper and I am what’s...
5:45 pm, March 21, 2013
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Teaching Is an Art and Science, Not Another Number to Crunch
I began my high school teaching career in 1992 following a stint in the Oak Bluffs School and an alternative school so I guess this year I come of...
5:44 pm, March 21, 2013
And Island Has No Place to Hide When Confronting Sea Level Rise
Chris Riger and Mas Kimball
In 2013 can any community on earth surrounded by the ocean remain passive in the face of unmistakable climate change? If you don’t trust your own...
5:42 pm, March 21, 2013
Time to Sharpen the Harpoon, Swordfishing Proposal Takes Shape
On March 28 in Gloucester, a fisheries hearing will take place regarding perhaps the most iconic and traditional of all Vineyard fish: the...
5:39 pm, March 21, 2013
Washashore Chronicles: When the Grief Remains Bone Deep
Somewhere in the first hour of every morning I burst into sobs. How long has it been now? A month? He was a presence. He was with us for 11 and a...
7:28 pm, March 14, 2013
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