2018

From a rowboat to the barges that have had more than one iteration through the years, the Chappaquiddick ferry is an Island institution all its own.

A two-minute clip of historic scenes were shot in and around Oak Bluffs by three different families between the early 1930s and early 1970s.
A new short film shows rare scenes of Capt. Zeb Tilton in top hat and tails aboard his beloved cargo schooner Alice S. Wentworth.

2017

Thirty years ago this week, the Vineyard was under siege by developers. Worried that the big money was winning, a group of Islanders led by the late Michael Wild decided to take their battle public in the Fourth of July parade. Steve Ewing narrates.

2016

The Gazette presents a film clip drawn from two videotapes shot before, during and after Hurricane Bob, which struck the Vineyard 25 years ago this week.

Film footage of Vineyard Haven shot in 1933 is not only some of the earliest film shot in color on Martha’s Vineyard, but also some of the earliest color movies shot anywhere.

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