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  • But no, I rushed my original article and was in the midst of writing a more detailed report -- thinking I had time with Hayworth behind bars after attacking the Aquinnah Town Registrar, Millicent Lovey -- before including the video portion.

    Whinnygate Continues: Dousing the Forrest Fire

  • The Secretary then traveled to Massachusetts on February 2, 2010 to continue the 106 consultation process, meeting with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) and visiting several of the tribal cultural sites, as well as viewing the proposed project site in Nantucket Sound.

    Secretary Salazar Moves toward Final Decision on Cape Wind

  • This is the spot to snag goodies not just from nearby farms, but from all over the Island: Aquinnah baker Juli Vanderhoop brings her wood-fired oven-baked bread, foccacia, and sweet pastries down from Orange Peel Bakery.

    Susie Middleton: Mapping a Local Food Trail for the Obamas' Vineyard Vacation

  • The first family did a little Martha's Vineyard tourism on Thursday, beginning with some biking on Lobsterville Beach in Aquinnah.

    Thelma Adams: Obama's Family Vacation: An Oxymoron Case Study

  • President Obama, left, his brother-in-law Konrad Ng and first lady Michelle Obama wave from the balcony of Gay Head lighthouse during a tour there in Aquinnah on Martha's Vineyard Thursday.

    Newspaper War Disturbs the Peace

  • Says Jannette Vanderhoop, the Wampanoag director of the Aquinnah Cultural Center: "There's a collective sigh … We kind of take the island back."

    The Low-Key Appeal of Obama's Vacation Spot

  • It's a lovely half-hour drive to the island's end, passing rolling hills, John Belushi's unmarked grave at Abel's Hill Cemetery in Chilmark, and the sailboat-freckled Quitsa Pond, and finally stopping at the wide roundabout by the Gay Head Lighthouse at Aquinnah, home to most of the island's 600 or so members of the Wampanoag tribe.

    The Low-Key Appeal of Obama's Vacation Spot

  • Getty Images The cliffs and lighthouse at Aquinnah (Gay Head), which is home to most of the island's 600 or so members of the Wampanoag tribe.

    Visiting Martha's Vineyard

  • The road gets hilly on the next 13 miles to Aquinnah (Gay Head), but there's a lovely cheat: Bus 5 has bike racks and stops outside Grange Hall at roughly 38 minutes past the hour.

    The Low-Key Appeal of Obama's Vacation Spot

  • He owned a number of these animals over the years, mostly Labrador retrievers and almost all of them named after island locations, like Tashmoo and Aquinnah.

    Robert Brustein: Vineyard Losses

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  • Formerly known as Gay Head.

    December 24, 2010