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Service over and above

“We wanted to start a new conversation,” said Nancy Gardella, executive director of Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, “a conversation about what elements make...

The road rose up to meet them

With blue skies and a “feels like” temperature of 25º, the seventh annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Edgartown stepped off at 11:30 am...

Poodle skirts for a good cause

On Saturday, Feb. 3, the five-member doo-wop band Serendipity held its first ’50s/’60’s Sock Hop/Prom fundraiser to benefit the Portuguese-American Scholarship Fund. The main...

The halls were alive with the sound of bagpipes

The Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown was alive with bagpipe music on Saturday night as the Scottish Society of Martha’s Vineyard held its 31st...

Have Faith: East and West

From time to time, Connie Berry will bring in a guest writer for her “Have Faith” column. This week’s columnist is Teresa Kruszewski, writing...

Two Vineyard sisters get to live out a dream

Thanksgiving morning in the 1970s: the aromas of the feast to come began filling the house early in the day. Rolling over to check...

Toast offers a slice of life on waterfront

Along the shoreline of Vineyard Haven Harbor Saturday, traditional bagpipe music filled the air. As glasses were raised, a voice from the crowd said,...

Healthy Kids Day

Despite the steady rain, the 2017 Healthy Kids Day kicked off at 10 am on Saturday, May 6, this year featuring a Kentucky Derby...

The fifth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Walk

The beauty of the Island of Martha’s Vineyard is tarnished when we allow abuse of any kind toward our friends and families. The fifth...

Night Heron Gallery opens after winter hiatus

The Night Heron Gallery opened its doors Friday evening in Vineyard Haven. The gallery came to life quickly, as patrons happily welcomed the 10...

Writers’ groups converge at Pathways

Serious writing is hard work, but the members of author John Hough Jr.’s two writing groups welcome that challenge, and they brought excerpts of...

A belly dancing benefit

When the Rev. Armen Hanjian of the Chilmark Community Church suggested belly dancing for an Martha’s Vineyard Clergy Association fundraiser to aid the homeless...

Express yourself

The word “protest” conjures up emotion, memory, and sometimes outrage. Featherstone Center for the Arts offered more than 30 artists the opportunity to express...