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Playing Radio Games with MVY’s Laurel Redington

In a room full of the energy of organized chaos, Laura Redington masterfully got eight kids, ages 9 to 13, to explore their own...

Achievements

Martha’s Vineyard native and Boston-based attorney Shawn McCormack has been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Massachusetts Super Lawyers rating.McCormack, an associate at Davis...

Muralist Margot Datz goes under the sea with latest mural

Living on Martha's Vineyard, we're accustomed to being surrounded by the ocean — specifically the Atlantic Ocean. Now, thanks to the latest mural by...

Bridge Results

At the Oct. 22, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven, seven tables were in play. Finishing in first place...

Dogcharmer: How to find a human

So I met the guy who identifies himself as Bob again, and he accosted me once more with a SAR question. This time we...

Eat where the locals eat

R & B’s Eatery is a cozy local spot in Edgartown, situated right next to Larry’s Tackle Shop and adjacent to Bad Martha’s, open...

Births

Anastasia Maura Ledden Tara M. Ledden and William J. Ledden of Tisbury announce the birth of a daughter, Anastasia Maura Ledden, on Oct. 25, 2018,...

Awake Waiting

While we are waitingawash in the worstfor the cycle to swingagain toward justiceand forward to singingin the plainest harmonylet us stay awake and saneKeeping...

Barn Raisers Ball

Head to the Ag Hall in West Tisbury on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 7:30 to 10 pm for a celebration of when the hall...

Real Estate Transactions: Oct. 22-26, 2018

ChilmarkOct. 26, David J. Grain, a/k/a David Grain, and Lisa Grain sold 3 Georgiana’s Way North to 3 Georgiana’s Way North LLC for $2,942,500.EdgartownOct....

School days

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Vineyard Montessori School is hosting its annual admissions open house from 9 to 11 am. The Montessori School is...

‘Science Is Everywhere’ kickoff event

Come to the West Tisbury library on Monday, Nov. 5, at 4 pm for a family event with special guests from Felix Neck and...

Wild Side: The brant are back

Surprises are all fine and well. But one of the most satisfying things about observing nature is the predictable recurrence of events. The planet...

It’s the write time for NaNoWriMo

November first marks the beginning of National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo, or just NaNo). It’s an event that draws hundreds of...

West Tisbury: Whether the storm

After ominous weather reports and a day spent in preparation, Saturday’s nor’easter turned out to be not much of a storm. There was wind...

Edgartown: Play ball!

As I start this week’s column, I’ve assumed my position in a comfy chair, feet up, to watch Game 5 of the World Series....

Chilmark: Farmers Market finds

Don't forget to turn back your clocks on Saturday night. Hunting season has started, so please be sure to wear bright clothes if you...

Aquinnah: Prayer service, Pathways, and a party

In light of the horrific domestic terrorism that happened this past week, including 11 people killed at a synagogue and two black people killed...

Oak Bluffs: History of friendships

They say that timing is everything in life, and I must say it also makes for some interesting adventures. On Monday last I was...

Tisbury: Fall back, spring forward

Heard on Main Street: Sometimes when I open my mouth, my mother comes out.We were delighted this weekend to see Paul Angelastro and his...