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Girls’ soccer, meet your foremothers

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In 1984, physical education teacher Jay (“Scho”) Schofield had a vision to expand girls’ representation in MVRHS varsity sports. At the time, field hockey...

Runners gather Sunday to support V.H. Public Library

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The Friends of the Vineyard Haven Public Library held its 25th annual 5K on Sunday in person, for the first time in two years....

Youth Deer Hunt Day demand remains low

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Land superintendent Harrison Kisiel revealed how low the demand was for Youth Deer Hunt Day, held on Oct. 1, on Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank...

Developing the Island’s future medical interpreters

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Mass General Brigham announced in a press release it has awarded the Communication Ambassador Partnership of Martha’s Vineyard (CAP) a $50,000 grant to “support...

Charlie Esposito chosen for the Creative Living Award

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The Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation announced in a press release that Tisbury’s Charlie Esposito has been selected as the 2022 Creative Living Award recipient....

Change at the helm of OBA

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After eight years at the helm of the Oak Bluffs Business Association (OBA), executive director Christine Todd is handing over the wheel to Billie...

David Bowie in all his glory and wonder

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“Moonage Daydream” arrives at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, Sept. 30. Directed by Brett Morgan, this documentary is a dizzying plunge into the...

Scenes of Island life come alive in William Blakesley’s artwork

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William Blakesley’s art is quintessential Martha’s Vineyard, expressing the unique, intangible quality of the Island and Island life. The scenes are immediately familiar, conveying...

A summer filled with support

To the Editor: When planning the Oak Bluffs Public Library’s annual summer reading program, we have five major goals in mind: Motivate children and teens...

Losing teachers to the mainland

To the Editor:  Having been an Island resident for 30 years and a math and science educator at the West Tisbury School for 28 of...

Support Grey Barn owners

To the Editor: I am a full-time resident of Chilmark, and was dismayed to read the Letter to the Editor by Eric Glasgow, “Lack of...

‘The Good Boss’ is a satire on the corporate world

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“The Good Boss” is playing at the M.V. Film Center on Thursday, Sept. 29, and Friday, Sept. 30, with Léon de Aranoa directing and...

Artist Eleanor Hubbard was ‘marking time’ during the pandemic

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There have been many times in artist Eleanor Hubbard's career when fate stepped in to guide her way. In fact, the West Tisbury resident...

Circuit Arts screens ‘The Little Hours’

Circuit Arts presents a special screening of “The Little Hours” at the Grange Hall on Friday, Sept. 30, from 7 to 9 pm. This...

Gay Head 10K Road Race

Ready to run (or walk) the beautiful route near the lighthouse in Aquinnah? The annual Gay Head 10k Road Race will be held Sunday,...

Up to bats

Martha’s Vineyard is home to several bat species, and on Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm, the Edgartown library will host an...

Taking ownership

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Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center is no ordinary riding facility. Its mission is to provide a nurturing environment where horses and humans work together...

Garden Notes: Seeing your garden as part of nature

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The autumnal equinox’s rainstorm last Thursday measured over an inch in the rain gauge here, and produced a stunning sunset and rainbow, as the...

Keeping your balance

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Falls among adults 65 and older caused more than 34,000 deaths in 2019, making it the leading cause of death for that group, according...

Have Faith: L’shanah tovah

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Sally Cohn from the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center called me a couple of weeks ago to invite me to the Tabernacle to celebrate the...