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Oak Bluffs: We are an Island after all

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Islanders reacted with grief and immediate offers for help after the disastrous barn fire at Flat Point Farm in West Tisbury last Monday morning....

On My Mind: Narcissistic abuse

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Some people are so thoroughly self-centered and uncaring about the needs of others that mental health professionals think of them as having a brain...

Tisbury: Town politics almost in full bloom

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Heard on Main Street: Under everyone's hard shell is someone who wants to be appreciated and loved. My husband used to tell me I should...

Visiting Vet: Bodie the cocker spaniel

Bodie, a middle-aged cocker spaniel, recently went with his family on a road trip down to Florida for a few weeks. When they returned...

West Tisbury: That lovely old barn

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This is not the way I had planned to begin this week’s column. I meant to write about 22 new lambs just born at...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: March 18 – 22, 2019

Aquinnah March 22, Robin Ellen Bell, a/k/a Robin Bell, sold an undivided 1/6th interest each in a vacant lot on Moshup Trail to Lawrence Martin...

On the case in ‘Blood Oath’

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Despite the title of Linda Fairstein’s newest book, “Blood Oath,” it is not full of gruesome blood and gore, although the title does have...

Artist Norma Bridwell’s first Island exhibit explores her talent and vision

If Norma Bridwell was apprehensive about showing her artwork to a Vineyard audience for the first time, her fears were unfounded. Now hanging at...

Food Minded Fellow at Little House this weekend

Local Chef Gavin Smith (Food Minded Fellow) is hosting a pop-up dinner at Little House Cafe on Saturday, March 30, from 5:30 to 8:30...

Noepe Center for Literary Arts reopens at Featherstone

Noepe Center for Literary Arts will reopen in partnership with Featherstone Center for the Arts this month. Founded in 2007 by former Martha’s Vineyard...

Writing and art contest open to Vineyard teens

The Island’s teen center, Alex's Place at the YMCA, in collaboration with the Martha's Vineyard Film Society's Spectrum Film Festival, announces a writing and...

Harbor View Hotel welcomes Executive Chef Patrice Martineau

French-born chef Patrice Martineau joins the Harbor View Hotel as executive chef this season. He has cooked in some of the world’s finest kitchens...

Oak Bluffs to auction off surplus vehicles

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Oak Bluffs will be auctioning off a fleet of its surplus vehicles. The town is auctioning the vehicles to raise funds and limit maintenance costs...

Nestling in at Nat’s Nook

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Every time I go to Nat’s Nook, situated off Main Street in Vineyard Haven in exactly what it says — a nook — I...

In ‘Gloria Bell,’ life for a middle-aged woman isn’t so bad

“Gloria Bell” comes to the M.V. Film Center this weekend. This remake of Chilean director Sebastián Lelio’s 2013 hit, “Gloria,” stars Julianne Moore. After...

Wizards of rock

Auntie Em and the Bedspins play hard, they play loud, and they love every minute of it. With a growing library of songs that...

‘Three Pianists and the Grand Piano’

On Friday, March 29, Pathways Arts will present “Three Pianists and the Grand Piano” at the Chilmark Tavern, with Griffin McMahon, Peter Halperin, Paul...

Beach garbage art show

Suzanna Nickerson will present her art show “Beach Garbage” at MVTV on Tuesday, April 2, from 4 to 6 pm. Nickerson’s exhibition is inspired...

Dine to benefit Vineyard Independence Partnership

Head to Offshore Ale Co. on Thursday, March 28, from 11:30 am to 8 pm, and Dine to Donate in support of the Vineyard...

Dancing for their lives

“Moving Stories,” a feature-length documentary film, was screened last weekend as part of this year’s Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival. An exceptional film about an...