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Shedding the past: Humble or grand, the Island’s hardworking buildings

Sheds range in cost from $2,000 for a simple 8x12 foot affair with shingles, door, and windows, up to $15,000 with steeples and cupolas.

Playhouse’s Monday Night Specials were extra special this year

Playhouse board president Gerry Yukevich called the 2012 series, hosted by the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center, "The Best Monday Night Specials ever."

Martha L.H. Doane

Martha Lois (Howes) Doane, 81, a longtime Vineyard resident, died on August 21, 2012 after a short hospitalization.

‘The Ape Woman’ a sold-out hit at The Pit Stop

May V. Oskan's rock opera, which premiered at The Pit Stop in Oak Bluffs last week, was a success by most all standards.

Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival highlights

This year's festival will launch the new Martha's Vineyard Film Center, at the Tisbury Marketplace.

Tisbury administrator John Bugbee will leave post months early

Town selectmen pressed Mr. Bugbee to leave. "This is simply about a change and a re-energizing of our administration," they said.

Owners, chefs, recap 2012 season on Martha’s Vineyard

I checked in with some new restaurants and new chefs to see how the maiden season went and to hear about what's next.

Staff and interns show their stuff at YardWorks

Last Friday and Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, The Yard presented Yardworks with three shows of dance directed by Alison Manning and Jesse Keller.

Jonathan Edwards brings “Sunshine” to Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard

Journeyman singer-songwriter brings his country-folk sound to The Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs.

Pilot makes emergency landing at Martha’s Vineyard Airport

The pilot of a New York bound plane, nine passengers on board, reported smoke in the cockpit and possible fire. There were no injuries.

Florence M.S. Bruder

Florence Mary Smith Bruder died on Sunday, September 2, at her Woodside Village Home.