Flying the Coop, One After the Other
Legend has it my daughter’s first word was shoe. Pickle is 14 years old now, a freshman in high school, and the days of first words are a bit foggy and sometimes I can’t separate fact from fiction.
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Trying to Keep it Cool at College Drop Off
I am a crier and yet I don't cry when I drop my son off at college.
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Union Chapel Organ Recital
On Monday at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs Alcee Chriss 3rd takes his seat at the organ.
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David McCullough, Chronicler of the American Experience, Dies at 89
David McCullough, a towering force in American literature and biography, winner of the President’s Medal of Freedom, two Pulitzer Prizes and two National Book Awards, died on August 7.
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To Write for Kids, It Helps to Be One at Heart
Greg Mone's books for kids and young adults often involve characters in disguise.
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Land Bank Expands Wompesket Preserve
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank’s purchase of 18 acres in West Tisbury this week effectively doubled the size of its Wompesket Preserve property. The preserve is located in West Tisbury, just past the town line.
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Finding a Foothold as a Father
A friend called recently to check in and say he wasn’t doing well.
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Keeping the Eastman Spirit Alive
On Saturday evening at sunset artist Carissa Carman will create a temporary art installation on Menemsha Beach, using the sand and the few bits of material she has brought with her from Indiana.
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Stan Murphy Exhibit Opens at the Museum
Stan Murphy’s body of work tells the story of the Island, craggy faced, thick skinned and strong of heart.
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Tennis Community Honors and Remembers Coach Kevin Lewis
Family, friends, former coaches and teammates gathered Saturday at the regional high school tennis courts to pay tribute to tennis coach Kevin Lewis who died in November.
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