Well, we enjoyed a very nice Labor Day weekend — the unofficial end of the summer season. Cookouts and outdoor activities, including the beach, were the order of the day.
Kevin Keady’s Cattle Drivers continue their hurricane season tour with a show at Mytoi Garden on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Such a wonderful pairing of two Chappy treasures.
Chuck Sanders would have loved Saturday, August 30, at Union Chapel. It was a beautiful Vineyard day, and all of his family members were there to pay tribute.
I think Mother Nature forgot to look at her calendar because she has her months confused, cool and breezy in August and nice sleeping nights. September we have hazy, hot and humid.
Chilmark is a quieter place as I write on Wednesday morning. The road noises of summer are missing, garbage pick up, food deliveries, fish wholesale trucks . . . all missing.
The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
Though larger zucchinis are tougher and more fibrous than their smaller and sweeter sisters, the most ardent zucchini eater will not be dissuaded.
Hostas have so few drawbacks — they are beloved by rabbits, deer and slugs. Otherwise, they will serve you well.
Maelyn Gerard and Josh Gerard of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Lucas Paul Gerard, born on August 28 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

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