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Edgartown: Chamber music at the library

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It's been a long week. It takes a long time to get someone to Australia, especially when they detour in San Diego for a...

Edgartown: College applications, Musical Revue, World Market, Met Opera, and Ukulele Jam

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Ok. We are officially into deep fall here. The temperatures have gone down. Outside water and showers are being turned off and drained. And...

Edgartown: Anchors, Ag Hall, Alida O’Loughlin, Neighborhood Convention, and kids’ programs

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As I sit down to write this week’s column, I’ve enjoyed a seemingly beautiful summer day outside, complete with a swim at State Beach....

Edgartown: Dementia, Granger Things, Ponies and Pumpkins, Bread Art, and haunted house

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Saturday weather was certainly not the best this weekend. Driving home last night, there were so many branches, leaves, and pine needles on the...

Edgartown: Sculpture trail, Harbor View Hotel, Farm Institute, and Food & Wine Festival

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Fall is definitely here. The crisp air, changing leaves, dressing in layers. I’m struggling to get up in the morning, because I don’t like...

Edgartown: The Anchors, ukulele group, First Friday, fall festival, and Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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Happy October! I’m beginning to see Halloween decorations popping up around town these days. And of course, the stores started with Halloween displays ages...

Edgartown: ‘Home’ exhibit, kayaking, NASA, Clamming 101, and fish at The Anchors

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And just like that, September is coming to a close this week. Fall is officially here. The days are cooling down. But the Island...

Edgartown: Croquet Club, Meet the Fleet, Island Theatre Workshop, and Hebrew Center

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Are you one of those people who was disappointed that Hurricane Lee didn’t have a bigger impact on us, or are you someone who...

Edgartown: League of Women Voters, Family Center, school’s open house, and Nantucket trip

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Someone forgot to tell summer that September has arrived. I’ve often said that September is one of the best months on the Island, and...

Edgartown: Photography and hiking, Croquet Club, Wind Festival, author talk, and stress relief

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Welcome, September. It’s so hard to believe that summer has come to a close. School is back in session. The crowds have gone. The...

Edgartown: Beach Road concerts, South Beach cleanup, and Vanessa the serpent

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We did it. We made it through last week. With all the rainy and cloudy days, traffic was a bear, and it seemed like...

Edgartown: South Beach, The Anchors, Camp Jabberwocky, and Illumination Night

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Welcome to the busiest week of the year on M.V.! The number of people on this wee bit of sand in the ocean is...

Edgartown: Next week is THE week

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August has brought quite the kerfuffle with the Steamship Authority over the last week or so, hasn’t it? Broken boats have led to substitutions...

Edgartown: A century of sail at the Carnegie

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Welcome to August. How did that happen? Time is flying by, as summer seems to do, and we have landed in the “big” month...

Edgartown: Antique and Flea Market, M.V. Center for Living, and Sunset Concert

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I usually try to start my column by Friday or Saturday so that I can just finish it up on Sunday or Monday. I...

Edgartown: Drive-in movies, author talks, and Mark Alan Lovewell and Molly Conole

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I’m beginning to feel soggy. I’m really kind of done with these foggy, humid, and rainy days. Everything smells musty, and the air feels...

Edgartown: Seaweed art, catboats, Chamber Music Society, and Tanglewood Marionettes

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I finally had a beach day, and got in the ocean! This has to be the latest that has ever happened for me. I’m...

Edgartown: ‘Vineyard Folk,’ Brady Center benefit, flea market, Farm Institute, and Bill Buckley

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This week’s column just made it to readers, and here I am writing next week’s. Holidays make for weird writing schedules sometimes. It’s a...

Edgartown: Brady Center fundraiser, museum exhibit, drive-in movies, and concerts

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Here it is the last week of June, with the Fourth of July just a few days away. Summer is officially upon us, and...

Edgartown: Monday Matinee, Chef Look Cooks, Village Market, and Discovery Days

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Is it just me, or does it seem like there are more people here than usual for June? Or maybe it’s just that it...