An Albie Crosses the Scale and the 76th Derby Is On
At first, they were catching more conversations and cavities than fish at the first weigh-in Sunday morning for the 76th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
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Hooked on a Feeling; Derby Calls to Old Salts and Newcomers Alike
At 12:01 am. Sunday, the 76th annual Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby begins. First weigh opens at 8 a.m. Sunday.
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Fall Sports Are Back in Season
Most fall sports teams begin their seasons this weekend, with home and away games across the board.
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Wind Festival Beckons One and All
The Martha’s Vineyard Wind Festival dates back to 1967 but one could say it started long before that, when the first kite soared into the skies and the first kid held tightly to a string.
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From Gazette Stringer to Rocket Scientist
David Mello, 89, began working at the Gazette in 1948 as a student at Edgartown High School. Later he became a rocket scientist.
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The Moment Is Always Now for Frederick Douglass
This Saturday, the pioneering abolitionist, feminist and master orator visits the Tabernacle stage again, in Roger Guenveur Smith’s one-man show, Frederick Douglass Now.
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Sharks Dine on the Pressure; Series Returns for Deciding Game Tonight
On Monday evening the Sharks blasted the Danbury Westerners 19-3 to force a third and final game tonight at the Shark Tank
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Bringing Authors and Readers Together Again
Starting Thursday and running through Sunday, the Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival 2021 Summer Series once again invites book lovers to unite to hear the story, or stories, behind the story of how a book gets written.
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New Gazette Exhibit Tells a 175-Year-Old Community Story
Tomorrow’s History: 175 Years of the Vineyard Gazette opens at the Martha's Vineyard Museum this weekend. It tells the continuing story of a community newspaper that began in 1846.
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Chasing Ghosts Brings the Story of Artist Bill Traylor to Life
For director Jeffrey Wolf, the screening of his new documentary is the culmination of a journey that began in the 1980s when he first encountered the art of Bill Traylor.
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