A Shark Drops By It didn’t take much. A large shark was sighted on the morning of July tenth off South Beach in Edgartown. Within twenty-...
Time and Timing
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of July, 1958: Certainly worth a first page position is the fact that James Thurber, the American...
July Days The last of the summer hay has been cut and baled. Swallows swoop around the farm fields, feasting on crickets and insects in the...
HEART RENDING Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
Conservation Today When groups such as the Vineyard Conservation Society came into existence in the mid-twentieth century, the Vineyard...
Counting Crows Anyone who is out early in the morning these days will surely hear or see a crow, or a murder of crows, as groups of crows...
Editor’s Note: What follows is the text of Martha’s Vineyard Museum executive director Keith Gorman’s letter to the members, published in...
ROOTING FOR HILLARY Editors, Vineyard Gazette: I’ve scoured my e-mail list and shamelessly scavenged from all of my friend’s e-mail...

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