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That’s a wrap: Another successful season of Pathways comes to a close

The latest season of Pathways Living Room Studios wrapped up this past Saturday night, with a celebration of artists, writers, musicians, and performers for...

Turnover: Another new pizza shop coming soon and saying goodbye to John Infurna

Restaurants are ever-changing places. Here we’ll keep you updated with the latest moves and shuffles at Island eateries. Have a tip? Email us at...

‘Wild Tales’ offers fairy tales of violence

Except when vampires and zombies parade across the screen, most modern cinematic fairy tales have happy endings. Not so with the Argentine film Wild...

A taste of Pink & Green: cocktail recipes from some of Edgartown’s best

The Edgartown Board of Trade’s annual Pink & Green Weekend May 8 through the 10th is quickly approaching. Pink & Green is a celebration...

Fleece was flying at eighth annual Shearing Day at Island Alpaca

On Saturday, Island Alpaca held its eighth annual Shearing Day event, where a team of handlers removed the winter coats from 70 alpacas. Islanders...

Mentorship show at Alison Shaw Gallery

On Sunday, May 3, the Alison Shaw Gallery in Oak Bluffs will host an opening reception featuring the fine art photography of the gallery’s...

Calendar challenge: Skating down memory lane

I have always been attracted to the skate scene. I come from an area in Brazil where little kids learn how to surf and...

Chilmark: serve on a town committee?

Daffodils and forsythia brighten swathes of bright green grass along our roads, in our gardens and unexpected turns on walks. If you’re a dog...

Look what the tide brought in: Driftwood Jewelry opens on Circuit Avenue

Downtown Oak Bluffs gets a new addition this week when Driftwood Jewelry opens at 42 Circuit Avenue, in the space that formerly housed B*tru...

Girls lacrosse beat Coyle & Cassidy, climb above .500

The Martha’s Vineyard girls lacrosse team defeated Coyle & Cassidy 17-14 on Tuesday afternoon. The team, which was a combination of the varsity and...

The Fast Supper: Kevin Crowell and his small culinary team

Even in the slow season, many of us have frantic days where eating is almost an afterthought. If we have more than ourselves to...

Rainy Goodale sets records at national swim meet

Rainy Goodale of the Martha’s Vineyard Masters Swim Club competed at the U.S. Masters Spring National Short Course Yards Championships in San Antonio, Texas,...

We have a snow pile winner!

It went from snow pile to no pile in just under four weeks. We launched our “Guess When the Triangle Snow Pile Will Melt...

Martha's Vineyard celebrates Songkran

Pissamai “Mai” Silarak speaks quietly to a group of a dozen or so people seated in a circle at the Anchors in Edgartown. She’s...

Third time’s the charm for West Tisbury annual town meeting

Exceeding a quorum by a healthy number, close to 200 West Tisbury voters met Tuesday night and took almost two hours to pass the...

Driver strikes parked car, flips vehicle on Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Rd.

Updated 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 29Police and fire rescue personnel rushed to extricate the female driver of a silver Subaru Forester after she struck...

Engagement

Franklin – TraficantePenny and Gavin Franklin of West Tisbury announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Lynn Franklin, to Dr. David Christopher Traficante, son...

Births

Alexander Kai DouglasGriffin Hughes and Morgan Douglas of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a son, Alexander Kai Douglas, on April 22, 2015, at...

MV United boys soccer rout Mashpee 8-0 in home opener

The Martha’s Vineyard United under-18 boys soccer team defeated Mashpee 8-0 at its home opener on a cloudy Sunday afternoon.The high-scoring match began quickly,...

Norton Point Beach reopens to over sand permitted vehicles

The Norton Point Beach over sand vehicle (OSV) route is officially open, once again providing a land route between Chappaquiddick and Katama following an...