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Winter Regifting Bingo

Winter Regifting Bingo will take place this Saturday, Jan. 31, at 4 pm at St. Andrew’s Church in Edgartown. Attendees are required to bring...

Pickleball at Vineyard Tennis Center

Vineyard Tennis Center will host a huge Pickleball weekend on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30 and 31. Helen White from Washington, D.C. is a...

Munchkin Day at Vineyard Youth Tennis

Vineyard Youth Tennis will hold a Munchkin Day on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 3 pm to 4 pm. Children who are in preschool or...

Go Pats! Vineyard game-day rituals

Putting on your game-day face, and shirt, and snacks.

Surfcasters Association banquet serves up good news on TTOR fees, breach

The Trustees of Reservations have no plan to increase off-road vehicle permit fees in the coming fishing season, and the breach has narrowed.

MV P’s & Q’s: electric shock

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

Breathing life into the pages of history

Lucy Hackney shares memories of her family’s friendship with Rosa Parks.

Men in (plaid) skirts

Scots, and those who’d like to be, celebrate Robbie Burns’s birthday.

The benefits of bicycling in winter

Experience a multitude of seasonal cues.

Then came Juno: a slideshow of Martha's Vineyard's first blizzard of 2015

Maybe eight inches, maybe 10. Maybe 12 to 18. Maybe some rain. Maybe not. Definitely some wind. By mid-day Monday, Jan. 26, forecasts for...

Vineyard Haven couple look for new restaurant location

After a successful start, the business operator said, he was unable to negotiate a workable lease agreement.

“The Immigrant” explores Alfred Woollacott's forebears

New book details fictionalized life of author's ancestor on the frontier of the New World.

Hungry for the big game?

Local restaurants share go-to Super Bowl party recipes.

A Sunday kind of jazz

Pianist Jeremy Berlin and guitarist Eric T. Johnson pack the community program room at the West Tisbury library.

Calendar Challenge: "We don’t have a word for religion"

Linda Coombs speaks on the spiritual beliefs of the Wampanoag.

Stocking up on summer favorites anytime

How three local businesses use their web sites to keep busy year-round.

Martha’s Vineyard prepares for Wednesday storm cleanup

State and town offices and many businesses will remain closed Wednesday.

“The Elves and the Shoemaker” comes to life at the Tisbury School

This past weekend, students from grades 5 through 8 at the Tisbury School put on a captivating performance of the Grimm Brothers’ classic fairytale...

Edgartown: A good storm, and the feeling of a long ago harbor alehouse

As I sit here typing, the blizzard outside my window is beginning to pick up steam. The skylights are nearly covered, and the branches...

West Tisbury: lots of projects around town

I am late getting my column done this week, so the wind is howling and snow blowing across the windows as I sit here...