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Edgartown: M.V. Film Center, Senior Dinner, Neighborhood Convention, and ice skating

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Our crocuses are blooming! Does this mean spring is arriving early? Hopefully they know what they are doing. It’s lovely to see them and...

Edgartown: Winter beauty, Family Center, Bodhi Path, piano concert, and Hula Flow

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Well, we finally got our winter storm. Much as I don’t like snow, it does look pretty out the back windows. And I went...

Edgartown: The Attic, Little House Café, Town MV, and Bunch of Grapes

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Happy mid-February. As I write this, it’s Super Bowl Sunday. When I was in college, we always went back to school on Super Bowl...

Edgartown: A new Island mystery

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Happy February. I saw a little sun today. It wasn’t for long, and it wasn’t overly bright, and a chill came with it, but...

Edgartown: Island Alpaca, library fundraiser, ballroom dancing, and ‘The Wisdom of Trauma’

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It’s still January, as I write. It seems like such a long month. I’d love to see some sunshine. I love the warmer weather...

Edgartown: Carnegie talk, Film Night, Brickyard hike, Bodhi Path, and alpaca

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As I sat down to write my column, I was happy to see that Thursday is Jan. 25. Not that it’s a special day,...

Edgartown: Fitness, Barn Buddies, Community Suppers, scavenger hunt, and Life Review

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I’ve got the January blues. Is that a thing? In reality, I think I’m just feeling the post-holiday slowdown. Riley has returned to base....

Edgartown: Clothing swap, Community Chess, Misty Meadows, and quilting

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I’m sitting here writing watching the rain outside my windows and the snow at the Patriots game. January is definitely here. And my boy...

Edgartown: Activities for kids, making a journal, Family Center, and seafood workshop

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Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a safe and happy New Year celebration, if you celebrated. After years of staying home, we actually...

Edgartown: Mothers’ Circle, Interpsychic Rapport, and Lobsterville Beach cleanup

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I hope everyone had a very merry Christmas. I struggled a bit myself. With one of my kids away for the holiday, it was...

Edgartown: Interactive ‘Elf’ movie, Jingle Bell run, and church services

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We’re about a week out from Christmas, and as I write, the only present I want is heading this way overnight. My boy is...

Edgartown: Holiday markets, Island Theatre Workshop, Christmas Tea, and seasonal concerts

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I hope everyone had an enjoyable weekend. I missed the festivities, but by all accounts, Christmas in Edgartown sounds like it was wonderful. Lots...

Edgartown: Aging Greatfully, Christmas in Edgartown, the Anchors, and Hanukkah

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Happy December! I already feel rushed. Didn’t I just write last week about taking this holiday season slowly and enjoying it? How can I...

Edgartown: Neighborhood Convention, Gray Matters for seniors, and Island Community Chorus

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As I write, it is a chilly November day. It’s Saturday after Thanksgiving, a beautiful sunny day, but cold. I might just have to...

Edgartown: Dickens Village, Misty Meadows, Artisans Festival, Featherstone, and concert series

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Thanksgiving is here. As I write this, we still haven’t made any plans. We’ll probably make a turkey and some sides, and have a...

Edgartown: Chamber music at the library

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It's been a long week. It takes a long time to get someone to Australia, especially when they detour in San Diego for a...

Edgartown: College applications, Musical Revue, World Market, Met Opera, and Ukulele Jam

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Ok. We are officially into deep fall here. The temperatures have gone down. Outside water and showers are being turned off and drained. And...

Edgartown: Anchors, Ag Hall, Alida O’Loughlin, Neighborhood Convention, and kids’ programs

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As I sit down to write this week’s column, I’ve enjoyed a seemingly beautiful summer day outside, complete with a swim at State Beach....

Edgartown: Dementia, Granger Things, Ponies and Pumpkins, Bread Art, and haunted house

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Saturday weather was certainly not the best this weekend. Driving home last night, there were so many branches, leaves, and pine needles on the...

Edgartown: Sculpture trail, Harbor View Hotel, Farm Institute, and Food & Wine Festival

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Fall is definitely here. The crisp air, changing leaves, dressing in layers. I’m struggling to get up in the morning, because I don’t like...