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Rescinders Blocked

Sometimes all a writer can do is scratch her head and wonder What the hell just happened here? At its regular meeting last night, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) considered commissioner Lenny Jason’s motion to rescind the roundabout vote. Lenny … Continue reading

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About Those Election Results

Trav and I are hanging out at a motel in Epping, New Hampshire, resting up for an APDT Rally trial that starts tomorrow. For some background on Rally, see “Rally Off-Island,” my post about a trial we went to last … Continue reading

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Guns, No Glory

No significant updates have been reported on last Friday’s shooting in my town. As far as I know, Cynthia Bloomquist is still in the hospital. It now appears that Kenneth Bloomquist broke into the house carrying both a rifle and … Continue reading

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Round About Now . . .

No, the bulldozers haven’t arrived at the blinker intersection, but the roundabout hasn’t gone away either. In early December, Edgartown and West Tisbury filed a suit in superior court to appeal the decision of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) to … Continue reading

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Whose Arts & Ideas?

“First-Person Plural,” the preceding blog, lays the groundwork for this one. If you haven’t read it already, you might want to start there. As soon as your eye slips down the screen (it has already, right?), it will become apparent … Continue reading

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