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Would you help?

A friend and I are interested in starting a sanctuary on the Island.

Competent, attentive, caring

I commend Martha's Vineyard Hospital and its competent, attentive, and caring staff.

Devoted to the earth

Randy Udall, my good friend and supporter through all my years as an energy advocate, has died.

Do it yourself peace messaging

Thanks to the patriotism and courage of people lining the route of Edgartown's July 4th parade, the Martha's Vineyard Peace Council had many marchers this year.

Peak electricity loads and demand

I hope the giant utility poles springing up around the Island are not a fait accompli.

Corrections

A story published July 3, "Four arrested on drug charges after traffic stop," incorrectly identified Sean Geddis as the man convicted of the 2008 Capawock Theater robbery.

Martha Vietor Glass to lead Society of Sloan-Kettering

Martha Vietor Glass of New York City and Edgartown has been named president of the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC).

Tisbury selectmen to vote on Tashmoo view

Protracted negotiations may reach an end on trees obstructing the overlook view.

Tisbury adds second water tank in $1.2 million project

It was quite a sight Wednesday.

Deborah T. Colter’s extraordinary abstract view

See new work by the artist at Cousen Rose Gallery starting with a reception this Saturday, July 13, from 7 to 9 pm.

A fresh perspective on the Vineyard

Vineyard newcomer Brandon Newton is a fresh face at North Water Gallery in Edgartown.

Gay Head Gallery offers art with a difference

More than 20 artists from both on and off-Island are currently showing work at the gallery in Aquinnah.

“Before Midnight,” “Free the Mind” on the silver screen this week

Two very different films, one a drama and the other a documentary, screen with Martha's Vineyard film groups this week.

Sister Kate at the Old Whaling Church

Kate Taylor's concert will serve as a fundraiser for the second phase of the mural project by Margot Datz.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

Camp Jabberwocky, the oldest sleepover camp for persons with disabilities in the U.

Stellar lineup for Hebrew Center’s Summer Institute

The Martha's Vineyard series kicks off on July 11 with Arthur Caplan talking about "The Ethics Of Genetic and Neurological Risk Testing."

Blueberry Fest, Cottagers house tour, and VNA clambake

The first ever Blueberry Fest, similar to the annual Strawberry Festival held in June, is this Saturday, July 13.

Featured favorites: Defining novels of the 90s

"Angela's Ashes" by Frank McCourt – The best-selling memoir of McCourt, about his "miserable Irish Catholic childhood.

David Crohan performs Martha’s Vineyard show for Island Elderly Housing

Mr. Crohan will be joined onstage by emerging young singer/songwriter Caroline Sky.

Reel Picks: More on movies playing this week on Martha’s Vineyard

An animated comedy about a father and small-time criminal who is recruited by the Anti-Villain League to help deal with a powerful new super criminal.