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The Yard at home

Zoom has become an amazing tool. Now, whether you are on the Vineyard or not, a panoply of classes will be available from the...

Trio of Island galleries welcome visitors to summer exhibits

This summer, it may be harder to find indoor things to do on the Island, but luckily, art lovers won't be at a loss...

A conversation with two witty comedians in ‘The Trip to Greece’

“The Trip to Greece” brings the fourth sequel in the travels of comedians Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan to the M.V. Film Society. This...

Cooking with what’s available

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This summer has been different; instead of eating out at my favorite restaurants, I have been taking the opportunity to cook more meals at...

Cakes by you

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Have you nailed chocolate chip cookies and brownies, a little hesitant to try something out of the ordinary, but feeling a bit adventurous after...

Old Sculpin Gallery celebrates ‘Jaws’

The Old Sculpin Gallery, home to the Martha's Vineyard Art Association (MVAA), will hold a “Jaws” show in honor of the movie’s 45th anniversary. The...

Robyn Bandele Nash

Robyn Bandele Nash, Esq., of Edgartown, a dancer and attorney, died peacefully on June 25, 2020. Her 14-year journey with cancer ended surrounded by...

IGI and Food Pantry merge

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Two food equity organizations that have been providing food for the entire Island community are becoming one, as the Island Grown Initiative (IGI) and...

Celebration of life for Patrick Ryer

A celebration of life for Patrick (“Pat”) Ryer will be held at 1045 Mason Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla., on July 8, 2020. Pat was...

John Stewart Moffet

John Stewart Moffet passed away peacefully in his Edgartown home, surrounded by his family, after a courageous battle with cancer. John was born in Peoria,...

Hospital reports first new case in over a month

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Updated July 2 The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital confirmed its first COVID-19 case in nearly five weeks, bringing its total number of positive cases to 29. Spokesperson...

Show respect, wear a mask

To the Editor: On June 1, a protest of historic proportions occurred at Five Corners. About 400 people showed up to take a knee against...