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Baffled by barfing

It’s not unusual for dieting dogs to try to foil our good intentions by finding, well, let’s call it “alternative food sources.”

Freedom from want

Serving Hands serves up a community Thanksgiving feast

B-Strong instructors certified in Poliquin Olympic lifting

Heather Neal, co-owner of the B-Strong gym, and Gary Simmons, Martha's Vineyard Regional High School physical education teacher, personal trainer and coach, recently completed...

READ THIS! Make it HOT all the way

This month: Higher-order thinking skills.

Tisbury: Book fair begins

Last Friday some of the young men on the Vineyard football team helped distribute the Family to Family food for Thanksgiving dinner. They happily...

Chilmark

This week in New York City I was able to attend Island artist Cindy Kane's opening for her Helmet Project at Sprint Flatiron Prow...

SSA cancels Island Home, Nantucket, Katama trips

The Steamship Authority has canceled the 1:15 pm  trip of the Island Home from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven and her 2:30 pm departure...

Edgartown: What are you thankful for?

It is that time of year to stop and give thanks, and then lay into a month of all-out gluttony. This year, I am...

Can we all just get along?

The interfaith Neighborhood Convention celebrates 120 years of understanding.

Bridge Results

At the Edgartown Bridge Club on Monday, November 17, nine pairs competed. Finishing first overall were Bea Phear and Sue Collinson, followed by Mollie...

SSA cancels Island Home trips

The Steamship Authority has canceled the 1:15 pm  trip of the Island Home from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven and her 2:30 pm departure...

“Birdman” tries for Broadway

Michael Keaton portrays a washed-up actor, known for his role as a superhero, struggling to revive his acting career.

Oak Bluffs lights the lights tonight

The Post Office Square tree lighting is Wednesday, Dec. 3.

Jemima James jams with Good Night Louise Saturday night

Local folk-rock musicians to perform at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Nov.  29.

MV Tattoo pops-up for Black Friday

Pop-up shop shows off Martha’s Vineyard Tattoo’s new space, features live local music.

Gambling for a good cause at Ice Arena fundraiser

Hitting the tables at Las Vegas Night at Edgartown's Yacht Club.

Rockfish restaurant debuts in Edgartown

Wharf owners have doubled down in Edgartown at the old Eleven North location.

Herbert F. Slater Jr.

Herbert F. Slater of Menemsha died Friday, November 21, at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was 87.Herbert was the husband of Jane Slater, father of...

Martha’s Vineyard wallops Nantucket 21-7 to hang on to Island cup

In a defensive game with plenty of fouls by both teams,  Martha's Vineyard beat Nantucket 21-7 on Saturday afternoon in the annual Island cup...

Accomplished film, stage director Mike Nichols, dead at 83

Mr. Nichols, and his wife Diane Sawyer, were frequent visitors to Martha’s Vineyard, where they owned a summer home.