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Business Brief: Vineyard Open House Real Estate celebrates grand opening

Owner David Lott and broker Mary Sullivan welcomed friends, family and local businesses to a grand opening celebration on September 25.

Business Brief: Offshore Ale brews up pumpkin batch

Pumpkin beer and Oktoberfest lager are on tap.

Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club Results

At the Island Bridge Club in West Tisbury on September 26, seven and one-half tables were in play.

Seasonal drinking: Fall favorites from Island bartenders and baristas

Have you ever heard of The Lookout's Milk and Cookies? It's not what you think.

Poets’ Corner: Another Note

That person there and there.

A celebrated Island writer takes a novel look at the summer of ’68

Richard North Patterson explores how we were and what happened to innocence.

Junior high football star tackles a rare disease

At this Saturday's Martha's Vineyard junior high football game, Chris Patnaude will speak about his fight to overcome a potentially fatal disease.

Roundabout construction causes long delays

Putting the final touches on the new intersection is testing the patience of Vineyard drivers.

Old Sculpin caps season with two shows

See a variety of art from now through October 15 when the gallery closes for the season.

Oak Bluffs

Enjoy your week.


I am very sad to report that Paul Petersiel died last Wednesday.

West Tisbury

He is in a pretty spot in our pet graveyard under the rhododendron hedge.


And they're off. After another remarkable summer nestled in at their home just a hop, skip and a jump down Menemsha Inn Road, Lydia...


Happy birthday to my oldest friend (historically, not age-wise — natch), Andrea Dello Russo, who celebrates on October 5.


Heard on Main Street: The mystery of aging is how to remember not to forget.

A fascinating Islander herself, Susan Klein to lead Friday’s Living Local panel

We chatted with Susan Klein before she will moderate a panel discussion on Friday with Fascinating Islanders.

When cats can’t communicate

During 30 years of practice I've gotten pretty good at "listening" to cats and dogs.