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Three towns to vote on climate action article

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Voters in Edgartown, Chilmark, and Tisbury will be asked to adopt the 100 Percent Renewable Martha's Vineyard warrant at upcoming town meetings, an article...

Reducing our footprint

Laurie David has been at the forefront of the sustainability movement for more than two decades. From her documentary work, including her role as...

Exploring the Vineyard’s future

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In mid-April, Island Innovation hosted the first Island Finance Forum, a virtual event where members of island communities across the world could exchange solutions...

MVC begins brainstorming for Climate Week

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The education committee of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s Climate Action Task Force recently announced it will be organizing Climate Week, a weeklong community event...

The P.A. Club: Always there to help

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In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Portuguese-American Club had to reimagine its commitment to aiding the Island community. With large indoor gatherings...

Initiative seeks to tackle food waste

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In response to the environmental and financial costs of exporting food waste off-Island, the Food Waste Initiative is advocating for investment in local composting...

Focused on fashion

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Sitting across from Ray Kellman in his living room, I can’t help but feel like I’m in a museum. Collections of books line the...

Summer ceviche

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There is absolutely nothing I love more than Island seafood — freshly shucked oysters, buttered lobster rolls, fresh scallops, you name it. After spending...

The world comes together in West Tisbury

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Every Monday, a select group of vendors transforms the Grange Hall in West Tisbury into a cosmopolitan capital. However, like many Vineyard traditions, World...

Celebrating 100 years of voting rights

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On Tuesday evening, the League of Women Voters of Martha’s Vineyard gathered at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven to celebrate the centennial of the...

‘It’s an ongoing fight, it doesn’t stop’

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On Saturday, nearly 150 demonstrators met on the fields of the Chilmark library to kneel in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and...

Chilmark anticipates large crowd for demonstration

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For nearly two months, demonstrators led by Dana Nunes, Awet Woldegebriel, and Amy Schumer have met daily at Beetlebung Corner to kneel in solidarity...

Films in the field

Grab your picnic blankets, pack a few snacks and put on some bug spray. The Featherstone Center for the Arts and the Martha’s Vineyard...

‘A very different, unique experience’

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On Sunday evening, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School class of 2020 gathered on the fields of the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Hall for a...

Salt life

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For me, summers on the Vineyard have always been defined by small family rituals — waking up at 6 in the morning to make...

Continuing the conversation on race

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Since June 6, demonstrators have met at Beetlebung Corner every morning to kneel in solidarity with victims of police brutality. The group, MV BLM,...

Postmaster: ‘It’s time for me to go’

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After 42 years in the U.S. Postal Service, with 18 years as postmaster in Edgartown and seven as postmaster in Vineyard Haven, Debra Chickering...

Aquinnah celebrates Fourth with car parade

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  Fourth of July festivities kicked off in Aquinnah with the town’s annual parade. The event, which has traditionally been a foot parade, was reimagined...

Vineyard visits

After writing 12 books about the history of Martha’s Vineyard, Tom Dresser is nothing short of an expert. His latest addition, “The Rise of...

Graysen Kirk: ‘I really hope that I can change something’

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On June 19, under a blanket of blue sky and midafternoon humidity, hundreds of demonstrators marched from Vineyard Haven to Oak Bluffs to commemorate...
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