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This weekend, the 18th annual Living Local Harvest Festival will be happening at the Agricultural Hall in West Tisbury, rain or shine. The festival...
Some might come to the fair to pig out, others bring their pigs. Pigs, also known as swine, have a strong footing here on...
About 500 people turned out last Friday night for the “Big” show, which opened the Francine Kelly Gallery at Featherstone Center for the Arts’s...
Exhibits of produce, art and handicrafts fill the Agricultural Hall at the fair, mostly grouped by categories — a plate of tomatoes here, a...
Some time in the foggy 1970s, the West Tisbury Firefighters’ Civic Association was looking for ways to raise money for their scholarship fund. Someone...
Families participate in the Fair in different ways, passing on their enthusiasm from one generation to the next.Children almost universally enjoy the rides. And...
From the pet show and animal barn to puppets and sack races, there is a lot for kids to do at the Ag Fair.
Much of what's special about the Fair isn't unique to this long weekend event, but it's amplified here. It's one of those places where people gather, year after year.
Terry Crimmen, a relative newcomer to the art scene, got his start in art after joining his girlfriend at an art seminar on the Cape.
It's not Ferris wheels and games of chance, but animals and farm products, that are the hallmarks of decades of Agricultural Fairs.
The direct economic impact of arts and culture is estimated to be 4.2 percent of the Vineyard's overall economy, according to a recent report.
From beans to venison, contestants explain what goes in to their vats of chili for the annual contest, this coming Saturday, Jan. 28.
I brought home my first deer carcass, a road kill, over Thanksgiving. As I sorted through it, I realized I had no idea what to do with all the meat.
Fruits get festivals, saints and ethnic groups too. So why not celebrate kale, good for you and tasty, if you know how to prepare it.
Neither fishermen nor loose women, both often found around the docks, these hookers are crafty, clean-living and dedicated.
This winter, Lila Fischer and Hannah Kahl will travel to Uganda where they will work at Earth Birth, an international women's health collective.
Wood burning stoves can be the least expensive way of heating a house through the winter, and there's something satisfying about their immediacy.
Not so long ago fishermen, farmers, and even kids enjoyed a surplus of wild foods, both animal and vegetable.
Quansoo says beach to most Islanders, but there's a farm there too, with a rich and interesting history.
Now in its fifth decade, the Chilmark Flea Market attracts vendors and shoppers from all over the Island.
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