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Aquinnah: Gay Head 10K Race

The Gay Head 10K Race to the Light was this past Sunday, and the gloomy weather made for great running. Cool temperatures with no...

Teamwork makes the dream work at the Port Hunter

Jeremy Davis of the Port Hunter has quietly become one of the best chefs on the Island. In the past six years since he...

Tisbury: VH library receives grant

Our Vineyard Haven library has changed the time for the weekly Thursday programs for ages5 and up. These now start at 3:30 instead of...

West Tisbury: We'll miss you Joannie

All this lovely rain. It was perfect for a lazy Saturday on the sofa, reading and watching the rain fall outside our windows.I ran...

Coneheads

On any mild October night — assuming we get one — you can step outdoors virtually anywhere on the Vineyard and hear insects singing....

Earl Bradford Richards

Earl Bradford Richards, 85, died on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, at his home in Edgartown. He was the husband of Barbara (Rich) Richards. His...

Find a quick gift or a quick dinner at Shepherd’s Provisions

When I walk into a food shop that creates more than 70 percent of the products on their shelves, the food lover in me...

Paula Lyons named to New England Broadcasters Hall of Fame

Paula Lyons of Vineyard Haven will be inducted into the New England Broadcast Association Hall of Fame on Oct. 13. According to a press...

Friendships, collaborations, and new paths are forged through internships at the Yard

The Yard, Chilmark’s nonprofit contemporary artist residency and dance performance center, began its official internship program in 2011. Summer interns submit applications in a...

John Hough Jr. discusses Hemingway and war at Islanders Read the Classics

In the end, it seems that war was much kinder to Ernest Hemingway than the rest of his life.While many Americans in the first...

Bencion (Bud)​ Moskow

Bencion (Bud) Moskow, a lawyer, real estate developer, farmer, and proud World War II Army officer, died peacefully with family at his side on...

Barnyard Saints Art hits the road

They're off! Artists Walker Roman and Danielle Mulcahy of Barnyard Saints Art are taking their 26-foot-long candy-apple red fifth-wheel trailer on the 2:30 pm...

The Hurricane Hush

By Stephanie R. BryantOh, Dear Father Time … he tells a terrific tale of “The Bravest Bird in Flight!”Who made his way in hurricane...

Johnny Hoy to receive Creative Living Award

The Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard announced Tuesday that Johnny Hoy of West Tisbury will receive the 2016 Creative Living Award. “As a musician,...

Mark V. Peters Jr.

Mark V. Peters Jr. of Oak Bluffs died on Saturday, Oct. 1. He was 37.Our son is gone far too soon, the pain in...

Martha’s Vineyard sends off Barnyard Saints Art

Behind a quiet farm house, down a path lined with Tibetan prayer flags, a 26-foot-long candy red trailer draped in Christmas tree lights sits...

Vineyard Haven library hosts public debate screenings

Among the 84 million people who watched the first 2016 presidential debate last week was a group of viewers gathered at the Vineyard Haven...

Police investigate dead body discovered in state forest

State and Edgartown Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man found in the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest Saturday.The man...

Living Local Harvest Festival focuses on “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”

The 17th annual Living Local Harvest Festival focused its attention on an issue that is near but maybe not dear to many Islanders —...

Susan H. Macy

Susan Borden Hyde Macy died Sept. 1 at her home on Lake Tashmoo, surrounded by her family. She was 92.Susy, known as Sue by...