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If the furniture could talk

In a former life, Anne-Marie Eddy worked in corporate sales. Today she spends her time reimagining new life for vintage finds at ReFabulous Decor,...

At Home with Joanna Fairchild: A home that stretches to include many

Either entertaining comes naturally to you or it doesn’t. Yes, American mores insist anybody can learn anything, but when it comes to hosting 20...

Vineyard vernal vibes: Renovate from the inside out

As Vineyarders, we tend to take the first day of spring with a grain of salt. We recognize and welcome its March 20 arrival,...

Domestic Disturbances: What to do about those to-do lists?

One of those extra-long yellow Post-it notes sits on the desk next to my keyboard. It’s been there for years. It’s curling up. The...

Design Q and A: Patrick Ahearn, and a certain little yellow house renovation in...

What’s the background on this house?The Yellow House was built by Edward Worth during the Island’s golden era of whaling in 1838. In 1840,...

All Sports in One Place: March 29-April 19, 2018

MARTHA'S VINEYARD REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL mvrhs.orgMassachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) miaa.netHome games; Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) Varsity BaseballFri., April 13: vs. Bishop Feehan (EAC), 3 pm Varsity...

Gardens of Love: Margaret Knight

I visited dancer, clothing upcycler, gardener, and Renaissance woman Margaret Knight at her Chappaquiddick home to see what she grows in the winter in...

The Caretakers

Scott Ellis; Plumbing and Caretaking, Edgartown What got you started caretaking?I got into caretaking after fixing a house where all the pipes froze and had...

Put your Vineyard Vines Sox on

Looks like Wally the Green Monster could soon be wearing Vineyard Vines brand, just in time for home opener on Thursday. The Martha’s Vineyard...

Generators and containers on West Tisbury warrant

On April 10, West Tisbury voters will gather at the West Tisbury School at 7 pm to decide whether to amend zoning bylaws to...

Mathew Paul Hubert

Mathew Paul Hubert died peacefully on March 28, 2018.Born June 5, 1961, in San Jose, Calif., Mat moved to the Vineyard in the early...

Everybody out on the courts!

You may have noticed those small tennis courts in such places as Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs or at the Boys and Girls Club...

New school is an investment in education

To the Editor:It is time to accept the fact that we need a new school building in Tisbury.As a parent of two sons...

Summer camp approved by All-Island board

The All-Island School Committee last Wednesday paved the way for an eight-session ongoing Island summer science camp this year, approving an enthusiastic pitch by...

Judith A. Norton

Judith A. (Lapham) Norton of 90 Oyster Pond Road, Edgartown, died on March 25, 2018. She is alive and well, celebrating in her forever...

Roger Bart

Roger Bart, 91, of Vineyard Haven died on Friday morning, March 30, 2018, at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He was married to Elaine B. Bart....

Joseph P. Guerin

Joseph Guerin, 61, of Edgartown, husband of Katy (Kleine) Guerin, died from carcinoid cancer on Thursday, March 29, 2018, at his Edgartown home with...

It’s a cahlammity: ‘Battery’ clams cut power to Lagoon Pond Bridge

State officials blame a rare species of Canadian clam for electrical failures that froze the Lagoon Pond Bridge in an open position for five...