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A new way to watermelon

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Watermelon is one of my all-time favorite fruits, especially for a summer on the Vineyard. It’s delicious in a fruit salad or just on...

Blue exhibit close to completion

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Visitors to Owen Park can see a new 8- by 8-foot structure with a metal frame and wood accents adjacent to the town dock....

Twins at the farm

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Updated July 15 A cow at Northern Pines Farm in Vineyard Haven recently had not one, but two calves. Twins. The cows are owned by...

Series returns in-person

The Summer Institute at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center continues its speaker series this year with a new group of notable speakers. According to...

Cheesy made easy

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Every Tuesday when I was growing up, my dad would make his homemade mac and cheese. For this reason alone, Tuesdays became my favorite...

Drive-in shows history

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The MVFF and YMCA drive-in will be showing “Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer” on Saturday, July 10. This film is directed by...

Antiques and fine things

  Vintage and antique items are desirable collectibles across generations. Lucy Menton decided to revamp the historic antique show at the Grange Hall in West...

The cousin she didn’t know she had

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Finding distant relatives is an experience many dream of having. Vineyard Haven resident Doris Clark has made this dream a reality using Ancestry.com, and...

Garlic’s curly counterpart: the scape

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In order to get some inspiration for my dinners this week, I decided to venture out to the West Tisbury Farmers Market at the...

Book signing celebrates sustainability

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Behind the Bookstore Café in Edgartown hosted a book-signing event for Marianne Larned’s new book, “Stone Soup for a Sustainable World,” on Thursday afternoon....

Any families in need of a nanny?

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The summer months can be a wonderful break from normal routines. However, with young children, families can find it challenging to find good-quality childcare...

Black-owned business catalogue goes into print 

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Choosing to shop at a Black-owned business is an important way that individuals can show support to the Black community on-Island. India Rose, who...

MVC approves Aquinnah deck expansion

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission unanimously approved a deck expansion at a historic home off Lighthouse Road in Aquinnah at their meeting Thursday night.  This proposal...

Birds of a feather

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One of the simplest pleasures in my life is enjoying a crispy chicken Parmesan with mozzarella cheese and spaghetti underneath it. Something about that...

Noah Glasgow named Falmouth Academy valedictorian

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Chilmark resident Noah Glasgow was awarded valedictorian of Falmouth Academy, a prestigious honor for any high school senior. He told The Times that he knew...

Cumberland Farms offers free coffee

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Cumberland Farms is kicking off summer with free coffee Fridays during the month of June, including at the company’s Vineyard Haven location. According to...

Sister act

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At my house, we eat a lot of stir-fry and noodle dishes that require a decadent sauce to turn veggies and grains into masterpieces....

Cicadas are emerging, but not on MV

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The gentle hum of cicadas is a usual background to a Vineyard summer night. With the hum beginning to get increasingly loud on the...

Candidate forums planned for Tisbury, Aquinnah

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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that promotes active and informed citizen participation in government, in voting, and in influencing...

Smaller field, but Falmouth Road Race returns

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Organizers of the Falmouth Road Race announced that the seven-mile race from Woods Hole to Falmouth Heights will return this year with a field...
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