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Bloomin’ Art returns to the Old Mill

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Floral arrangements complement the works of Vineyard artists at this weekend's exhibit

“Whatever the Outcome” unveils mural

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Craig Miner says the first WTO event, "Couldn't have gone any smoother."

Art project will be pieced together, ‘Whatever the Outcome’

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On Sunday at The Field Gallery, community members must put together Craig Miner's puzzle to unveil the latest work of art by Traeger di Pietro.

Featured favorites: Books for kids

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"Melville in the South Pacific" by Henry Beetle Hough (1960) – A fine introduction for the younger reader to one of the icons of American literature.

Tell us about your bookstore memories and get a free book

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Get a free copy of "My Bookstore" when you email us telling us about your bookstore memories.

Martha’s Vineyard restaurant menu items explained

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Menus these days can be confusing for those of us unfamiliar with fancy and foreign terms for basic ingredients such as butter and pork fat.

Deer Tick proves their depth at Flatbread

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The indie-rock group packed "The Roof" Monday night, proving they are a young musical force to be taken seriously. But not too seriously.

Featured Favorites: Books for dad

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"Francona: The Red Sox Years" by Terry Francona and Dan Shaughnessy – Terry Francona was the manager of the Boston Red Sox from 2004 to 2011.

Offshore now offering Brewery Tours

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A first-hand look at how all your favorite Offshore Ales are made. Not to mention a few samples.

Richie Spice & The All Spice Band brought the heat to Flatbread

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Nectar's Presents had a successful return to the Vineyard, kicking off their 2013 Summer Music Series with reggae sensation Richie Spice.

Deer Tick, DCLA to double-team Flatbread

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Punk, blues, and country collide with Island sensations DCLA opening for raucous live performers Deer Tick on Monday, June 10.

Barrington Levy comes back to Martha’s Vineyard to play at Dreamland

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What better way to kick off an Island summer concert series than with the upbeat rhythms of a reggae trailblazer?