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Virtual rockin’ on the porch

Whether you are enjoying a cookout on a deck, a picnic at the beach, or dinner in a kitchen, enhance the summer experience with...

At home on a painted farm

Living close to nature in a peaceful and beautiful setting where subtle changes are noticed, and insightful moments are deepened, is captured by local...

Tunstull and Escoffery on display at Cousen Rose’s Courtyard

Michael Escoffery and Glenn Tunstull will show their work at Cousen Rose Gallery in Oak Bluffs, beginning this weekend, and running through August 8....

Small California town pulls together in ‘Rebuilding Paradise’

“Rebuilding Paradise” arrives at the M.V. Film Center and virtually at mvfilmsociety.com on Friday, July 31. This National Geographic documentary describes in vivid detail...

It was taco truck Tuesday in Tisbury

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New food truck regulations were approved Tuesday night by the Tisbury select board and, within the same meeting, the town approved a food truck...

Films in the field

Grab your picnic blankets, pack a few snacks and put on some bug spray. The Featherstone Center for the Arts and the Martha’s Vineyard...

Fancy feet

In this brave new world of online classes, I thought I would try my hand at the virtual offerings the Yard is providing this...

Home cooking in Oak Bluffs

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We were having ribs anyway, and what could go better with them than some comfort food from the new Sarah Brown's in Oak Bluffs?...

Dining with children

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My daughter Hallie, who often accompanies me on these dine story missions, once again came with me Saturday night to the Winnetu, to have...

Relaxing paintings for stressful times

“Relaxing Scenes to Enjoy” is the title of Ned Reade’s new show at the Old Sculpin Gallery, Dock Street in Edgartown, from August 1...

Oak Bluffs: Schools releasing final plan

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From all the news reports, I gather we must not let up on our vigilance to cease the spread of the coronavirus. The majority...

Tisbury: Local foraging delights

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Heard on Main Street: Tell a man that there are 400 billion stars and he'll believe you. Tell him a bench has wet paint,...

Edgartown: History talk at Fisher House

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I’m sitting down to write this after spending the day floating on air. After all this time, I sort of thought that having an...

Real Estate Transactions: July 20 – 24, 2020

CHILMARK July 24, Timothy J. Gollin and Donatella Mestriner sold 92 Kings Highway to Eric T. Abrahamsen and Brynna Ross for $950,000. EDGARTOWN July 20, MSK LLC...

Births

David Mariyan Rumenov Eleonora Lazarova and Mariyan Rumenov of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a son, David Mariyan Rumenov, on July 23, 2020, at...

Aquinnah: Pearls of summer

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Happy August, everyone! That’s right, the month every Islander dreads begins on Saturday. This year has been so crazy that who knows what August...

Chilmark: The art of return and restore

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After leaving last Wednesday's Farmers Market and heading up Middle Road, I noticed four pink pigs running ahead of me along the side of...

Artisans adapt

Artists and artisans have to be flexible these days, especially those on the Vineyard whose primary sales outlets, the Chilmark and Featherstone Flea Markets,...

West Tisbury: Edible zucchini blossoms

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It rained last Wednesday morning, the most beautiful sound. I wish it would have continued all day, but it stopped, quickly soaking in, then...