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Friday was a challenge for Vineyard Cup fleet

Competitors Friday fought a strong tidal current in Vineyard Sound in the opening race of the three day regatta.

Islanders Write

When: Monday, August 11, 2014 Where: The Grange Hall in West Tisbury Admission: Free Schedule 8:00-8:45  Morning Edition: Writing for Radio They say radio is the most visual medium. Find out...

Donation to Martha’s Vineyard Skatepark made in memory of Geoff Pease

This past Saturday, Randy Pease visited the Martha’s Vineyard Skatepark and brought with him a big cardboard check for $10,000. The donated money came...

Packable snackable sandwiches

Where to find the best beach-ready sandwiches on Martha’s Vineyard.

Drumming on the Beach Crew hits State Beach sands

Rick Bausman and the Drumming on the Beach Crew will perform on State Beach, halfway between Oak Bluffs and Edgartown, from 6:30 pm until...

Entertainment Cinema screens “Jaws” every Sunday evening

Weekends this summer will conclude with shrieks sounding from Edgartown’s Entertainment Cinemas as the Island’s claim to thriller fame hits the screen. Each Sunday...

New gallery and studio space opens in West Tisbury

Artspace, a new gallery and studio space, opened this week in West Tisbury. Organized by Geoff Rose, Artspace is the brainchild of painter Ed...

MVC concludes Water Street affordable housing project hearing

A decision on the project’s approval as a development of regional impact is expected next week.

Classical to jazz, tango to film scores highlight Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society’s 44th...

Delores Stevens is well connected in the global chamber music scene. Every summer the director of the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society (MVCMS) brings...

Alex’s Place to host Lowland Hum and Charlie Nadler

Alex’s Place presents a weekend of folk music and comedy with two shows by up-and-coming young artists. The intimate performance venue at the YMCA...

Vineyard Arts Project incubates NYC shows

Keep a close eye on what's going on at Vineyard Arts Project (VAP) in Edgartown this summer. Many of the theater productions that were...

New Island music festival makes home in Waban Park

Thanks to its popularity in summer and a robust music community overflowing with homegrown talent, Martha’s Vineyard has seen its fair share of music...

David Crohan celebrates 70 with Tabernacle concert and friends

The concert at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs is planned as a tribute to those he learned from.

Because they can

Thursday night, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) will review a proposal by the Island Housing Trust (IHT) to build a six-unit rental apartment building...

Old Glory will fly again

To the Editor: This letter is directed to readers who may be cruising in Edgartown Harbor this summer and wondering what happened to the iconic...

The kindness of strangers

To the Editor: On July 2, I was leaving the Edgartown Stop & Shop with an overloaded basket of groceries. As I was navigating the...

Adding to the list

To the Editor: Now that Bad Martha’s Brewery has opened on Island, how long will it be before we see other iterations and takeoffs of...

They work to protect us

To the Editor: I want to thank the town of Edgartown for another fun 4th of July parade and fireworks. I further want to give a...

Accessible for everyone

To the Editor: We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Edgartown Park administrator Marilyn Wortman and park patrol director Dennis Arnold, and members...

The first draft is wrong

To the Editor: Looking forward to the Chilmark showing of the movie concerning the fall of Saigon (July 3, “Social issues reign at Chilmark Film...