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Collecting cash from from around the world has become a hobby.

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The Yard dance project took students on a musical cultural journey to Africa.

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Jib Ellis slays the tech dragon at the YMCA Elder Tech Fair.

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On a January walk, Justin LaVigne made an interesting find: a bottle with a message dated Sept. 19, 1959.

WILD SIDE

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The largest number of ducks often remain on the water just off land, but recent weather conditions have forced them into local bays.

COMMUNITY NOTES

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Tisbury assistant tax assessor Ann Marie Cywinski will be available at 1 pm, Monday, March 2, at the Tisbury Senior Center to provide information...

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Northeastern University, in affiliation with Adult and Community Education of MV (ACE MV), will be offering a series of classes on-Island titled “Sustainability: Addressing...

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Edgartown School students packed the gymnasium on Thursday, Feb. 12, to cheer on their classmates as they competed in the annual Edgartown School spelling...

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  A press release from the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation announced that the foundation is now accepting inquiries for its 2015 mental health...

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The Martha’s Vineyard Mediation Program will sponsor a workshop on managing conflict in the workplace, designed to provide participants with improved skills to work...

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The Martha’s Vineyard Center for the Visual Arts (MVCVA) will be accepting grant applications from Island artists until April 1. This is the fourth...

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GARDEN NOTES

TOWN COLUMNS

MINDING YOUR MV P'S & Q'S

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How quickly can someone demand his stuff back?

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Bemused readers ask novelist Nicole Galland for her take on navigating the precarious social landscape that comes with living on the Vineyard. Nicole, who...

THIS WAS THEN

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Chris Baer teaches photography and graphic design at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. He’s been collecting vintage photographs for many years. Owen Park, 1932 Owen Park...

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Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

ASK THE DOGFATHER

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What to do about scaredy-cats (-dog)?

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Dear Dogfather, Sox, my strong-minded year-and-a-half-old bichon/Lhasa apso crossbreed, has finally learned he will be let into my fenced backyard to pee and poop when...

OFF THE ROCK

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The good, the bad, and the tropical

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Cape? NY? Anywhere but here?

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Foxwoods is a good bet to start with.

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One man steps close to the edge, as Iceland blows off steam.

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Walks to soup

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There’s something for everyone at the best New England ski area you’ve never heard of.

Made on MVY- Gifts made only on Martha's Vineyard

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For Charlie Davis, each new wooden bird was a chance to perfect his process.

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Island swordmaker Michael Caughwell is featured on a new Discovery Channel show.

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Bring a taste of the Vineyard home to your loved ones.

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New Islander finds treasures by shopping local.

All About Pets

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Ace would like to be home for the holidays.

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There are three facilities on the Island that offer animals for adoption. The Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard (ASMV), Edgartown: For more information about ASMV,...

HEALTH & FITNESS

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Cat got your tongue? Or your voice?

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Aging can really take the wind out of your pipes. Here are some tips on how to keep your voice sounding young and vibrant.

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Autumn: The Long Exhale

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“Women Healers of the World,” by Holly Bellebuono of Vineyard Herbs, explores herbalism and other medicinal techniques from around the globe.

Births

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Etienne Kingston Woodger Arlene Fruto Woodger and Bruce Bradford Woodger of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Etienne Kingston Woodger, on Feb. 20, 2015,...

Achievements

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Sixteen MVRHS students take honors at 2015 Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.

Academic Honors

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On Monday, Feb. 2, the Tisbury School MathCounts team (Dougie Norton, David Krauthamer, Owen Porterfield, and Jason Davey), along with Isabelle Custer, Bryce Nightlinger,...