By LYNNE IRONS Since I write this column a week ahead, I am always a week behind. Now there is a statement describing my life. Nevertheless...

I can “azure” you that it is finally spring. It wasn’t a little birdie that told me; rather, a small butterfly. This butterfly has all the...

T.J. Hegarty accused me of being a political activist in the Vineyard Haven post office last week. Where did he get that idea? Here is the...

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My thanks go out to all the birders and feeder observers that either went out into the field or watched their feeders last weekend and reported...

The red planet Mars is high in the northwestern sky after sunset. The dull red planet resides in the zodiacal constellation Cancer and this weekend...

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In the Armageddon movies, as glaciers roll over Manhattan and supermarkets vaporize from lethal microwaves, you never see a character like...

National Trails Day is Saturday, June 7. The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission will observe the day by sponsoring its 16th annual hike...

Friday, May 16: Warm morning. Temperature close to the 60s. Rainy afternoon. Heavy showers pass over the Vineyard at the dinner hour. Cool...

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By MARK ALAN LOVEWELL Memorial Day weekend on the waterfront comes early this year and the fish seem to know it. Bluefish, striped bass and...

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