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Dancing up a storm, and then some

Since 2011, when David White took over as artistic and executive director of the Yard choreography residency and performance space, a lot of exciting...

‘The Healer’ among us

The Healer: A Doctor's Crusade Against Addiction and AIDS by Beny J. Primm, M.D., with John S. Friedman. Published on CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform....

Preparing for the Taste: The Terrace highlights Westport Rivers wines at a winemaker’s dinner

Bill Russell, winemaker at Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery, teams up with Justin Melnick, executive chef at the Terrace at the Charlotte Inn, for...

A Spring Garden Supper at Sweet Life

This Sunday, June 7, enjoy a Spring Garden Supper presented by Island Grown Schools (IGS), Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) Culinary Arts, and...

Sous-chefs: The men behind the lines of some of your favorite Edgartown eateries

Whenever we feature a new restaurant, we focus on the food, the cocktails, and the executive chef. Often forgotten is the team behind the...

Chilmark: full weekend, with sunset

A gorgeous last May weekend with Bread and Puppet Theater playing shows up-Island, swimming, and Menemsha Saturday night sunset, parking lot full, serious fisherman...

They marched for Carry the Fallen

This past Saturday, Offshore Kinetics MV sponsored the second annual Carry the Fallen ruck march on the Island, to raise awareness about veteran suicide...

Kelley House names new general manager

Kelley House, one of Martha’s Vineyard’s most historic landmarks, has appointed Joanne Sardini as general manager. In her new position, Ms. Sardini is charged...

Terrific boys lacrosse season comes to an end in playoff loss

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys lacrosse team, which went into the playoffs following a stellar 11-7 season, lost to Hanover 12-4 in...

Pet-friendly deals

This summer, the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown and the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth are encouraging travelers to bring along their dogs...

West Tisbury: welcoming summer

Be sure to say “hello” to Douglas and Linda and all of the other vendors at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market this Saturday. Now...

Life after Shaw Cramer

When Nancy Shaw Cramer closed her gallery on Main Street, Vineyard Haven, last November, after 20 years of representing artists from the Island and...

Tisbury School second graders pen a class garden poem

Each year, Island Grown Schools (IGS) does a unit on garden poetry with second graders at the Tisbury School. Clair Lafave, the IGS coordinator...

Alicia Oliveira is a 2nd Lieutenant

Alicia Oliveira, daughter of David and Margaret Oliveira of Oak Bluffs, received her military rank of 2nd Lieutenant on Friday, May 15, at Providence...

Business brief: Coldwell Banker Landmarks receives award

Several sales associates and members of the management team of Coldwell Banker Landmarks Real Estate recently spent two days attending the annual Coldwell Banker...

Community note: Bowling league begins to take shape; register early

The Barn Bowling Center in Oak Bluffs announced that now is the time to sign up for league bowling. While the leagues will not...

Fighting back against Cancer at the Relay for Life|

The Martha’s Vineyard Relay for Life event gives Islanders the chance to honor friends, family, and coworkers who have suffered from and survived cancer....

Local schoolchildren selected for Island Book Cover art contest

The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce recently announced the winners of the 2015-16 Island Book Cover art contest. All 6th graders were invited to...

West Tisbury Farmer’s Market

The West Tisbury Summer Farmers Market returns to the Grange Hall on Saturday, June 6, and will continue until Saturday, Oct. 10. The Wednesday...

Girls lacrosse team knocked out of playoffs, season over

The regional high school girls’ varsity lacrosse season came to an end on Monday with a 10-3 loss to Falmouth Academy in the first...