On Thursday, April 17, dozens gathered in the spacious Ag Hall in West Tisbury for Slow Food Martha’s Vineyard’s combination annual meeting and potluck. The highlight of the evening was a talk about craft beer by Offshore Ale’s head brewer Neil Atkins. As Mr. Atkins spoke, Slow Food Martha’s Vineyard members passed out several samples […]
Islanders turned out Tuesday to voice tourism concerns to state lawmakers at a public forum on Tuesday.
Artist Renee Balter brought up the two deserted theaters in Oak Bluffs, noting that if Oak Bluffs was to undergo any future renovations, these buildings ‘seem like the perfect place to start.’
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The Crossland children have brought their degrees back to the family business.
Saturday marked the third day of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, beginning with a sold out showing of Victoria Campbell’s “Monsieur le Président” at the Chilmark School. After the film, an audience-driven critique session, designed to decide the final cut of the documentary, opened up the floor for discussion of the film’s topic: Haiti. Several […]
From old school printing presses to the latest computer technology.
A sense of pride has carried the Oak Bluffs hardware store through three generations.
Thirteen local artists have collaborated to benefit the Island Grown Initiative.
A Circuit Avenue staple for 67 years.