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A Quansoo attic find tells a tale of seagoing adventure

Captain Hancock's rolled-up sea charts were found along with old whiskey bottles, nineteenth century seed catalogs, and antique goods from Alley's.

The price of dreams makes Community Services possible

The annual Possible Dreams Auctions to benefit Martha's Vineyard Community Services raised over $190,000 Monday night.

Summer People: Earl and Ezola Adams

Earl and Ezola Adams have been married for more than 60 years and have been coming to the Vineyard for 47 years.

Donald Hilliard Jr.’s paintings shown at Dragonfly in Oak Bluffs

Bishop Donald Hilliard Jr.'s works will be displayed in a show titled Let Go, Let Gesture: Abstract Ascension at the Dragonfly Gallery on Saturday.

For sale, record-breaking $92 million Martha’s Vineyard property

The property borders Edgartown Road, and Homer's Pond to the north and east, and ends on long stretches of South Beach.

Holly Alaimo describes the creation of the Arts District

The Arts District was formerly the business district of Oak Bluffs. The Red Mannequin was a produce market. Periwinkle Studios was a fish market.

Summer People: Marty Homlish

Marty Homlish is chief marketing officer of HP and a contributor to the Possible Dreams Auction. He is the fourth subject of the Summer People series.

ITW hosts and produces musical by Carnegie Mellon students

"The Beatles Present The Lord of the Rings: The Musical" will be preformed at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury beginning August 3.

A playground without walls: Contemporary dance at The Yard

This summer, The Yard celebrates 40 years of dance, mixing in elements of other performance arts such as theater and music.

Conception Fund brings crowd funding to small Vineyard businesses

The Pit Stop and Martha's Vineyard Community Supported Arts are trying out a new online crowd funding platform, Conception Fund.

Charlayne Hunter-Gault to Receive 2012 Walter Cronkite Award

The Stone Soup Leadership Institute (SSLI), a nonprofit educational organization founded on Martha's Vineyard in 1997, will hold its third annual Walter Cronkite Awards ceremony on Thursday, August 2, at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.

Island Housing Trust announces green, affordable housing projects

The Island Housing Trust has asked for design and construction bids for two environmentally friendly affordable housing projects on Martha's Vineyard.

Tisbury celebrates the arts

The Tisbury Business Association will hold "Celebrate the Arts,Vineyard Haven!" on Sunday July 29 to promote diverse local arts.

Summer People: Clara Grossman

Clara Grossman is the third subject of Summer People. She is a loving grandmother of eight and a survivor of the Holocaust.

Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard stands on its own

The Animal Shelter hosted its annual Garden Party Fundraiser last Sunday, its first as an independent, nonprofit organization.

Aquinnah, Chilmark DAS system is supplement, not solution

Although the new DAS system has made progress for wireless coverage in Aquinnah and Chilmark, there is still room for improvement.

Summer People: Ellen Weiss

Ellen Weiss, a retired professor of architecture at Tulane University, is the second subject of the weekly series, Summer People.

Serving up Culinary Experiences on Martha’s Vineyard

In addition to her catering company, Kitchen Porch, Jan Buhrman offers Culinary Experiences, a series of cooking classes.

Hebrew Center revamps lecture series ticket policy in wake of chaos

An orderly line changed into a mob when a small group rushed the door in an effort to gain entrance to the Summer Institute lecture Thursday night.

Martha’s Vineyard designer Lorraine Parish launches new website

Local clothing designer Lorraine Parish recently launched a new website that highlights fashions created and sold in her boutique at 65 State Road in Vineyard Haven, according to a press release.