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Introducing the Island Innovation Summit

Organizers and Martha’s Vineyard ambassadors of the Island Innovation Summit, scheduled for Sept. 6-12, met over Zoom on Tuesday night to provide the public...

Take a hike!

Forget the 20-mile treks and long, interstate drives — the hardest part of writing a guidebook to New England hiking was whittling down which...

Moped bill goes before committee on Beacon Hill

The Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government met at the State House Thursday to hear testimony regarding a home rule petition to authorize...

Stylish symbology

What draws us to a piece of jewelry? Beauty, fashion, and craftsmanship, to be sure, but for Ivry Russillo, creator of Ivry Belle Jewelry,...

Sustainable style

It’s a sparkling clear Monday in July, and Phoenix Rogers’ husband Joe and fellow anglers are venturing offshore in search of tuna — without...

Boxing and yoga, a perfect match

Lora Ksieniewicz and Charlie Giordano have been training in one another’s disciplines for about five years now. Giordano, a boxing teacher of 15 years,...

Take a hike this weekend

No matter how much hiking you do on Martha’s Vineyard, it seems there is always a new trail to discover. That’s one of the...

Former MVRHS basketball star signs with Yale for college hoops

Erin Hill was just 3 years old when she picked up a basketball at the Edgartown School playground and began teaching herself to dribble....

A hike on the Long Trail forges a path to opioid recovery

By the time this article goes to print, Todd Hitchings will be several miles into the wilderness on Vermont’s Long Trail, which traverses the...

‘To the New Owners’ is a meditation on gratitude

Pulitzer prizewinning writer Madeleine Blais has spent years examining the art of memoir writing with her journalism students at UMass Amherst, so it’s no...

Twenty questions with Graham Nash, including one he is really tired of answering

The iconic songwriter Graham Nash, who will perform at the Old Whaling Church on July 18, rose to fame with the Hollies in the...

Livingston Taylor brings an attitude of gratitude to the Old Whaling Church

“I think of my shows as a fresh batch of sourdough starter,” said Livingston Taylor, who will perform his annual concert at the Old...

Aimee Mann talks Newbury Comics, comedy, and mental illness

Aimee Mann considers herself “part New Englander.” She lived in Boston for 15 years, where she worked at the original Newbury Comics store and...

Library ‘De-Composition’ series lends ears to alternative musicians

While Martha’s Vineyard has plenty of opportunities for bar bands and wedding singers to perform, there are not always venues for less pop-minded musicians...

Take a virtual tour of Cedar Tree Neck

“People love to see pictures of summer in winter. Especially when it’s cold out,” Adam Moore, executive director of Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, told the...

Shakespeare for the Masses’ ‘King John’ draws comparisons to 2016 election

This weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, Shakespeare for the Masses will present a special production of “King John,” a play they feel is...

Winter walk postponed

The Vineyard Conservation Society winter walk originally scheduled for Jan. 8 has been postponed.

No Sassafras youth program Saturday

The Sassafras youth program is canceled on Saturday.

West Tisbury library closed Saturday

The West Tisbury library will be closed on Saturday due to weather. The Anna Finnerty art reception is rescheduled to Jan. 17 at 4...

Marble Workshop canceled

The Vineyard Haven library has rescheduled their marble craft workshop from Jan. 7 to Feb. 4.