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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...

Ryan Kent is the new MVRHS football coach

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) football team will have a new coach for the 2017 season. Ryan Kent, MVRHS special education and...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: May 22 – 26, 2017

EdgartownMay 22, Joan C. Benz sold 11 Shady Oak Lane to Sasha Robinson-White and Elizabeth Rothwell for $615,000.May 22, Thomas J. Silberstein and Elizabeth...

Forgive us our trespassing: Sneaking around Edgartown on a spring day

A lot can be said about nosy neighbors. Not a lot of nice things, exactly. But who hasn’t given into the temptation to peer...

MVRHS boys tennis victorious against Bishop Stang

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys tennis team won 5-0 against Bishop Stang on Friday, bringing their record to 7-1.Nainoa Cooperrider stepped into...

The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker

It was a good time to be a kid — or at least a kid at heart — at the Agricultural Hall on Saturday,...

Say cheese for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day has its tried and true traditions, like flowers and brunch (or breakfast in bed, if you’re lucky), but for those who want...

Armen Hanjian gets a sweet taste of his success

It was a pun-filled night at the Hebrew Center as the longtime coordinator of the Island Food Pantry, Armen Hanjian, was honored and thanked...

Rain no match for Kids Trout Derby

A rainy morning greeted participants of the 43rd annual Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club Kids Trout Derby on Saturday, held at Duarte’s Pond...

Flashback

For those who can remember, there was plenty happening on Martha’s Vineyard in 1967. Gus Ben David created a floating island in Sunset Lake...

Shearing day is always surefire fun

As the temperatures climbed on Saturday, the alpaca at Island Alpaca were in the process of losing their thick winter coats, a sure sign...