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Frank Welch

Frank Welch passed away on Oct. 12, 2021, after a brief illness. He was 90. Born on May 11, 1931, to Thomas and Eva Welch...

Done! Keith McNally

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So what made you come to Martha’s Vineyard? I first arrived on the Vineyard in the summer of 1976. Gerald Ford was president, and the...

Dishing: Finds

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Gordon Moore Gordon Moore credits a childhood spent fishing, hunting, sailing, and surfing on Martha's Vineyard as the inspiration behind his ceramic designs. Moore creates...

In Season: Jarred Sunshine

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Though social media has its problems, and some elements totally annoy me, good things happen, like finding long-lost friends, staying in touch with friends...

Harbor Homes looking for winter shelter support

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Harbor Homes is looking to reopen its winter shelters, and is reaching out to the community for a final push of support. A winter shelter...

No trick, treats coming back

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A family on William Street in Vineyard Haven says they and some of their neighbors will welcome trick-or-treaters to their homes on Halloween so...

West Tisbury considers change from Columbus Day

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The process to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day was put on hold during Wednesday’s West Tisbury select board meeting.  Skipper Manter, West Tisbury...

Cronig’s Market Healthy Bits

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Cronig’s Markets and Healthy Additions feed and care for your family. And this includes all your important family members — your pets! Your pets’...

To our loyal Edible Vineyard readers

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Welcome to the off-season. The air has a nice bite and the beauty of the Island enfolds us with shorter, golden days. In our...

Time to make the change

Whenever someone on the Island has a need, the Martha’s Vineyard community rallies in support. It’s time for the Island to do what the state...

A funny phobia

You know the photo — the iconic image from 1932, in which 11 workers sit atop a steel beam high above Manhattan, casually enjoying...

Kyle Curtis wins O.B. 5K

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The eighth grade class at Oak Bluffs School sponsored the 31st annual Oak Bluffs Fall 5K on Sunday. The race is a fundraiser for...

Boys soccer wins fifth straight

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The MVRHS boys soccer team went 3-for-3 last week, and were riding a five-match winning streak heading into a Wednesday afternoon matchup at Cohasset. Monday...

Artist provocateur

Artist Richard Limber wants to shake things up in the Vineyard art scene. He finds that most local galleries focus on the conventional and...

Antone M. Maseda Jr.

Antone M. Maseda Jr., 91, of Oak Bluffs, passed away at his home on the morning of Oct. 13, 2021. He was the husband...

Botanical beauty

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Kate Patterson gives us the opposite of a bird’s-eye view in her rich botanical photographs. She brings us up close and personal. Seen together,...

MVRHS sports wrap

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MVRHS golfers go 4-1 down the stretch The Vineyarders wrapped up the regular season with a 240-263 win over Barnstable, Tuesday afternoon at Vineyard Golf...

‘Raphael Revealed’ is a celebration of a great artist

“Raphael Revealed,” about the great Renaissance painter and architect, opens at the M.V. Film Center and online Oct. 20. Directed by awardwinner Phil Grabsky,...

Meet the mentalist

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Is he a comedian? Or a psychic? Well, he’s both, ladies and gentlemen, bearing in mind that on this upcoming Sunday, Oct. 17, from...

Remembering Arnie

To the Editor: Dear Cleaveland House Poets, never have I held you closer to my heart than at this moment. You are truly holding me...