Quote of the Week

Quote of the week

“People liked having them, but didn’t necessarily want them long-term. We thought, Hey, we might have a business here.” —Pat McBride, oo-owner of Rhent-a-Flock, an on-Island chicken rental service.

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“We’re spending money we don’t have, and, unfortunately, taxpayers of the town and Massachusetts are paying to fight us.” —Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, the Aquinnah tribe’s chairman, on casino appeals

“On any given night, we will know everybody’s name in here. If some of our people don’t come in, Rachel will call them up and say, ‘Is everything OK? You are missing the spaghetti...

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“I have it: town signs! I’m going to make miniature town signs, you know, ‘Welcome to Edgartown,’ and make them out of gold.” —Margery Meltzer of CB Stark, remembering partner Cheryl Stark's idea for th

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“You wear a lot of hats as a small business owner. I would like to recruit someone who can get our social media up and running, reach out and appeal to the next generation...

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“Work hard. You have to be involved in your business. You have to be, you can’t just open a business and let other people run it; you have to be a part of it.” —Fella...

“I see us continuing to run Crossland Landscape the way it has been run for 40 years, but with a whole new spin on things because we’re young, we’re fresh, we are excited, we...
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