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Edgartown: Vineyard Charity Golf Classic

My goodness! Where did September go? We’re heading into our fourth week of school, it’s officially fall, October is creeping up fast. No wonder...

Successful Oak Bluffs Beach Cleanup Day

Saturday, Sept. 24, was Oak Bluffs Beach Cleanup Day, and employees from Bangkok Cuisine helped make it a successful day. According to a press...

Chilmark: "Chronicle" coming to town

Updated 9/29/16, 10:07 am.It's a Chilmark home run — congratulations to Candy Schweder and Up-Island Pottery for a yellow clover bowl featured in Joan...

Bridge Notes

At the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven on Sept. 19, 10 tables were in play. Finishing first in the North-South position were Steve...

Reade tennis courts open to the public

The Vineyard Haven Tennis Foundation invites Islanders to play on the Reade courts at the end of Boxberry Avenue off Franklin Street in Tisbury,...

Aquinnah: The Gay Head 10K race

September will be ending this Friday, and you know what that means? Sale time! Pandora’s Box will hold its annual 50 percent off sale...

David McCullough to receive Saint-Gaudens Medal and Honorary Park Ranger Award

On Oct. 4, David McCullough, prizewinning author and historian and resident of West Tisbury, will receive the Saint-Gaudens Medal and the Honorary Park Ranger...

Thursday, Sept. 29: Celebrate National Coffee Day on M.V.

Oh coffee, how I love thee. I’ve tried giving you up on two occasions, and let’s just say, the love I have for you...

Charles Edward Carlson III

Charles Edward Carlson III died unexpectedly on Sept. 5, 2016. He was 57.Charlie was the beloved son of Charles and Eva Carlson of Newtonville,...

Song Exchange Project brings people together, one tune at a time

Roberta Kirn was walking along a dirt path through a Haitian village when she heard some faint humming in the distance. She noticed two...

Mark DelloRusso

Mark DelloRusso of West Topsham, Vt., a home health aide, died August 12 at his home in West Topsham. He was 58.Mark was the...

Choose the best of 10 films at the Manhattan Short Film Festival

Island filmgoers have the chance to pick the best of 10 international short films next weekend. This special event, sponsored by the 19th annual...

Live and learn, locally, at this year’s Harvest Festival

It's the biggest event of the season: a two-day family-friendly party that attracts thousands of visitors to West Tisbury's Agricultural Hall, featuring food, music,...

Recipe: Spiced Apple Pumpkin Snack Cake

Summer is officially over, and with that comes my favorite season. Having been born and raised in the Dominican Republic, where we lived in...

Eat, paint, love

This Saturday, Oct. 1, from 6:30 until 9:30 pm at the Barn, Bowl and Bistro in Oak Bluffs, guests can join in a painting...

Higher education

Looking to learn something new this fall? Come to the Adult and Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) course fair at the Harbor...

Barnyard Saints send-off

Pathways ARTs will send off the Barnyard Saints — artists Danielle Mulcahey and Walker T. Roman — on a cross-country road trip with an...

Plein air, paint, and pastels in Valentine Estabrook’s latest exhibit

Fans who have missed artist Valentine Estabrook’s presence at the biweekly Artisans Festival will be happy to hear that her work is currently featured...

Susan Kimball of Oak Bluffs wins international tennis title

Oak Bluffs resident Susan Kimball, 71 years-old, took home a few trophies from the 36th annual World Team Championships held September 12-17 in Umag,...

Martha’s Vineyard Craft Beer Festival brews up a big crowd

The First Martha's Vineyard Craft Beer Festival was held in Oak Bluffs on Saturday. About 1,300 people lined up for a chance to sample...