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Business brief: Seastreak adds late trip for Illumination Night

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Seastreak, the New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard fast passenger ferry, will offer a late return trip on Wednesday, August 14, to accommodate people who attend Grand Illumination night in Oak Bluffs.

Academic Honors

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Anna Hughes of West Tisbury at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.

Births

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Alo J.

Poets Corner: August

but shortens by seconds every day.

Water, water, everywhere, and all for a good cause

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The annual Vineyard House benefit is always in good taste.

Vineyard Colors shine in photos of daily paper route

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Island couple delivers papers – and photos – to thousands daily.

Martha’s Vineyard’s dark sky favors view of Perseid meteor shower

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Get ready for a great celestial show, the annual Perseid meteor shower begins Saturday.

Time to adjust for late summer abundance, variety

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The continued re-balancing is what makes gardening an absorbing activity.

Roberta Kirn seeks to inspire others through music

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Inspiring, empowering, and healing others is what Roberta Kirn's life is about. Whether through music, movement, or health counseling.

Crop report: What’s growing at COMSOG in Oak Bluffs

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You don't have to be a member to buy produce from COMSOG "” which turns 30 this year "” but members benefit heavily with discounts year-round.

Acclaimed humorist Marion Winik speaks at Family Planning benefit

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The author and radio personality has written a hilarious account of middle aged singlehood.

Beach eats on Martha’s Vineyard

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If you are rushing to get a parking spot and don't have time to pack a cooler, here are just a selection of places close to Island beaches.

Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club results

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At the Edgartown Bridge Club on Monday, July 29, ten tables were in play.

A blockbuster in the barnyard proves a big hit

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What a great idea, a feature film down on the farm.

A celebration of dance in its many forms at Built on Stilts

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The annual eight-night festival starts Thursday.

In the studio of Elizabeth Langer: Exploring new art forms

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Paper lithographs combine digital technology with traditional printmaking techniques to expand the boundaries of traditional approaches.

From Harlem to Martha’s Vineyard – Renowned show is back

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The second annual Harlem Fine Arts Show features more than 30 visual artists, authors, and musicians, in the seven-day festival

Drawn to the light – The Moth attracts over 1,000 people to the Tabernacle

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Captain Buddy Vanderhoop took the theme "Fish Out of Water" literally. Using humor, he told of a fishing excursion with Harvard professor Charles Ogletree.

Lagoon pond beaches open to swimmers

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Water quality testing shows the water is within acceptable limits for swimming.