For almost a third of my life I was a world traveler. I kept a journal from every trip I took and made an album of all the places I went. I visited...
The warm sunshine last Saturday didn’t deter bread buyers at the annual bake sale organized by the Vineyard Committee on Hunger — better to buy a...
Each family has its own Vineyard specialty, a beloved summer-after-summer tradition that everyone cherishes and remembers during those empty winter...
All the years of my marriage when things have gotten tough, my husband has always said at least no one is chasing us with machetes. Really? has...
June 15 marks the eighth World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a time for us to build a better understanding of elder abuse and effective ways to respond...
If you didn’t know already, you’ve probably gathered from what has been said so far today, this is one special group. So when they asked me back in...
I’m sitting on the Vineyard waiting for the wind to let go so the ferries will start running again so I can drive up to Boston to meet my wife who is...
If I had the opportunity to provide a family with all its financial needs for a year, I would stick with the basics, but include things that would...
In January 1851, according to the diary of Jeremiah Pease, a British boat “castaway” off Muskeget with 256 Irish on board. Four froze to death. Who...

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