On Hollywood and Vineyard

The natives are restless as Bill, Hillary and Chelsea begin their summer vacation

Finally, on the afternoon of his 47th birthday, seven months after he took the oath of office, the President came to rest on a New England island so small it has no traffic lights. Martha's Vineyard, a 100-sq.-mi. haven of quaint shingled houses, quiet country gardens, yacht-studded harbors and stunning beaches, has many attributes to recommend it, not the least of which is that its inhabitants are sufficiently celebrity-trained so that no one stares into opera diva Beverly Sills' grocery cart at Cronig's or gawks at Jackie Onassis riding her bike near her house in Gay Head. A President -- no...

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