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A culture of cheese at Grey Barn

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Silhouetted by slate-colored shingles, antique timbers, and hilly pasture, the Grey Barn and Farm creamery is churning out cheese even before the milking cows...

Wild Side: Fuzzy fly mystery

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A typical field season generates more questions than answers for me, producing a lamentable sense of backward progress: As the years go by, questions...

Saudade: News from and for the Brazilian community/Notícias de e para a comunidade brasileira

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A tradução deste artigo se encontra no final da versão em inglês This week's column is about André Pereira Evangelista (40). This past weekend, André...

Keynote talk for Climate Prep Week

The Oak Bluffs library is offering free registration to a book discussion that is part of Climate Preparedness Week, which is organized by Communities...

A call for social change

The Chilmark library hosts author Jill Iscol who will speak about her book, “Hearts on Fire: Stories of Today’s Visionaries Igniting Idealism into Action,”...

An evening of music with Dave Pettigrew

Christian singer and songwriter Dave Pettigrew will perform a concert at the First Baptist Church of Vineyard Haven on Friday, Sept. 24, at 7...

MVRHS sports highlights

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Tough start for field hockey team The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School field hockey team has had a rough start to the 2021 season, playing...

West Tisbury: Island artists

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It was cold this morning, Monday, 48 degrees when I checked the thermometer outside our kitchen window, a morning for hot coffee, wool socks,...

Tisbury: Steamship ports

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Heard on Main Street: “Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.” —Charles Schulz Yes, I still desperately miss my computer — it has all my recipes,...

Oak Bluffs: Climate Action Plan

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I love this weather cycle we seem to be in this past week. Fall breezes and sunshine. Wednesday, Sept. 22, was the Autumnal Equinox....

Edgartown: Annual Brunch Run/Walk

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As people continue to travel to our tiny isle for weekend adventures, we ventured the other direction this week and headed to UMass Amherst...

Chilmark: Menemsha Hills story walk

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It's felt a little like July, though Menemsha businesses know it's wedding season which translates as not so much business for them despite the...

Aquinnah: Exhibit to benefit Mytoi

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I hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful September, as it is the month we all suffer through August for. Even with some intense rainstorms,...

Poet’s Corner

DEEP ENOUGH Big Sky Montana By Fan Ogilvie It doesn’t take more than a couple of feet of clear flowing water to row a boat down the Madison River...

Cribbage Club results

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21 members of the Vineyard Cribbage Club met at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown for a fun night of cribbage. First place: Dan...

Births

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Sebastian Blake Sequeira Julia Sequeira and Weston Sequeira of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Sebastian Blake Sequeira, on Sept. 15, 2021, at Martha's...

Real Estate Transactions: Sept. 13 – 17, 2021

Aquinnah Sept. 15, Red Gate Farm LLC sold 0 Moshup Trail to Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission for $10,000,000. Chilmark Sept. 15, James Gollin sold 12 Peaked...

Court Report: Sept. 7 – 24, 2021

Sept. 7 Matthew McCurdy, Vineyard Haven; 10/06/0985, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, marked lanes violation,...

Three years as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer

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I write this inspired by a New York Times op-ed earlier this year, “Should Young Americans be Required to Give a Year of Service?”...

Phra Luang wins 2021 Gaff Rig Regatta 

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The 33rd annual Pat West Gaff Rig Regatta race witnessed Phra Luang as Saturday’s winner in the schooner division. Maybe Baby came out on...