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Ten days ago, 167 students graduated from the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) in the commencement ceremony at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs.
Some Fresh Air Fund kids break new ground the minute they leave the city, often for the first time.
Home design can be a good barometer of lifestyle changes.
Not all great local art is to be found in Vineyard galleries.
I always have a theme and we try to match the artist to the gallery show.
This weekend the Vineyard Playhouse will play host to a couple of very talented and engaging female singer/songwriters, one — an import from Boston — on the forefront of the folk rock circuit and the other, an Island girl who is poised to make her mark on the scene with the release of a powerful debut CD.
This past winter Pam McCormick of West Tisbury identified a need on the Island.
The medieval morality play "The Summoning of Everyman" is uniquely suited to its venue, St.
Don McKillop, Dragonfly Gallery, Arts District, Oak Bluffs: Ours has the space and shape limitation.
Though the Vineyard, ironically, does not currently have any operating vineyards, it is home to a growing population of wine connoisseurs.
First course — Surf and turf with scallops by Johnny Graham of the Home Port, paired with Mondavi cabernet.
Expect a lot more than harem costumes and shimmying this Friday during the Vineyard Bellydance and Revue show.
Bill Buckley describes himself as "Just a regular guy with a painting addiction.
We're all aware by this time of the importance of eating local – and what could be more local than your own backyard? Growing your own vegetables is one way to guarantee that you're putting something as pure and fresh as possible on your table, but there's a lot to be aware of to ensure the health of your garden, family, and environment.
The trend towards creating more ecologically sound environments is partly a result of homes becoming smaller and more compact.
Local businesswoman and Edgartown resident Kati Johnsen splits her time equally between the Vineyard and an isolated community in Peru where she is involved on a number of levels.
The American Dream can be illusory, a fact that was very clearly illustrated Friday night by a performance called Immigrant Voices, Nightmares and Dreams in the library at the regional high school.
After about an hour of energetic multi-tasking, Cybele Sprague, owner of Zapotec Restaurant, set out big bowls with mussels, zesty green rice, and a wonderfully flavorful house salad.
Thanks to the efforts of two local men, Joe Gervais and Joao Barbosa, Islanders have two opportunities to see an independent film at the Capawock Theatre.