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Oar and Paddle Regatta set for August 27

Join Island Spirit Kayak for their 26th annual Oar and Paddle Regatta on Sunday, August 27, at 10 am at Little Bridge at State...

Stone cold beauty

Melanie Vento and Coco Paniora Salinas of Rumi Sumaq brought their nature-inspired jewelry to Martha’s Vineyard last September. Rumi Sumaq means “beautiful stones” in...

Reporters, pundits, lawyers discuss race in the time of Trump

“My head is spinning,” said Charlayne Hunter-Gault, host of the 2017 Hutchins Forum “Race and Racism in the Age of Trump,” to a packed...

Grand Illumination comes to Oak Bluffs

The Campground was bursting with color on Wednesday afternoon as its residents pulled out paper lanterns from their attics and strung lights and decorations...

Driven to volunteer

Ask any Vineyard Village at Home volunteer what the best part of their duty is, and they all tend to say the same thing: the amazing people they get to meet.

‘The Moth’ brings powerful, raw stories to the Tabernacle

On Saturday, hundreds of people packed onto the freshly hewn pews of the Tabernacle for “The Moth” live storytelling event. It was an evening...

Meet the Yard’s budding young stars

For many of us, the Yard is a highlight of summer entertainment. It brings contemporary, classic, and out-of-this-world dance troupes to the Island, and...

See you at the circus

It was all face paint and costumes at Cinema Circus in Chilmark on Wednesday. Families and children gathered at the Chilmark Community Center for...

Built for fun

The STEM-based Lego camp Let Go Your Mind took a hands-on approach to summer learning with robotic Lego builds during its first week at...

Modular home goes splat

Around 1 pm on Wednesday, a crane operator installing a modular home on Madison Street in Oak Bluffs offset the balance of his machine,...

Valery Lyman’s exhibit raises questions about economic barriers to the environmental movement

Photographer Valery Lyman stood on a train platform in Williston, N.D., surrounded by strangers, watching a scene from the pages of a history book...

Popsicle paradise: Experience a world of flavor on a stick from Yommi

This story about food starts in a very unlikely place — the Chilmark Flea Market. In a rare moment of downtime up-Island, I decided...

Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme

You’ve worked hard all spring, preparing a garden plot, putting in fencing, keeping the deer away from precious seedlings and tender blooms. Now that...

Coveted covers

Tom Morrison has always been a collector. Some of his earliest memories are of following in the wake of the plows in his hometown...

The powerful ‘For Ahkeem” is a stunning, must-see documentary.

Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival goers were treated to a night of superb documentary cinema with the screening of “For Ahkeem,” by Jeremy S. Levine...

A leap of faith

Allison Walker came to the shores of Martha’s Vineyard as a blank canvas.Almost a year and a half ago, Ms. Walker moved from Washington,...

MV United U18 boys head to the championships

MV United’s South Coast Soccer League finished their 2017 season last weekend. The U18 boys clinched the top spot with a 4-1 win over...