From the Dec. 1, 1950 edition of the Gazette:

A Thanksgiving poem.

I went for my mother’s 87th birthday but stayed for the storm.

Forty five years ago, I received a telephone call from Anna Maxim, saying that a drunk man had crashed his car through her stone wall and was I...

From the Nov. 27, 1981 edition of the Gazette:

The recent service at the Gay Head Cemetery for June Manning was a special gathering.


Letters to the Editor

On a recent afternoon, one of our booksellers called me to let me know that a gentleman had just come into the bookstore and wished to speak with me.

After two tornado warnings in the past months, I decided not to panic.

I live in a residential neighborhood on the south side of Oak Bluffs.