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What Martha's Vineyard News Did I Miss?

Your Patch editor catches up after eight days away from her post.

The cheapest home listing on Martha's Vineyard is under contract: This burned-down house with guest cottage in Oak Bluffs, previously listed at $169,000. (Photo: Zillow)
The cheapest home listing on Martha's Vineyard is under contract: This burned-down house with guest cottage in Oak Bluffs, previously listed at $169,000. (Photo: Zillow)
When I go on vacation, I tend to unplug almost completely, going days without so much as checking Facebook or even my email more than once or twice.

I couldn't miss the Thanksgiving Eve storm — on which, oddly, with all the boat cancellations we wound up getting off-Island on an earlier ferry than the one on which we'd had a reservation — but on my Dec. 3 return from an eight-day break, I've had a lot of catching up to do.

Thanks to Patch super-editor Chris Helms, who fills in for me when I'm away — as I will be again Dec. 11-16 — I found these stories on MV Patch (and had a few thoughts in response):
Around the web, I saw:
Patch users also caught me up with their posts, including:
And just by hanging around on the Vineyard, I found out:What else did I miss over Thanksgiving break? Catch me up: Leave a comment.
Ali Upham December 03, 2013 at 03:34 PM
I just heard today that 'Lattanzi's' restaurant closed and was sold..........hope that doesn't include the 'pizza'?
Louisa Hufstader (Editor) December 03, 2013 at 05:01 PM
Prospects are good for more pizza, I suspect: Those special ovens are already in place, after all.

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