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‘Something for everyone’

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The Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series continues through the summer season with a number of national touring artists coming to music venues across the Island....

‘The perfect time to tell this story’

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Vineyard visitors from all across the country came out to the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center (PAC) Saturday night to witness a sneak peek...

State to review MVRHS regional agreement

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) is submitting a draft of the updated regional agreement to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary...

South Beach under dangerous surf advisory

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The Edgartown Parks Department issued an advisory to swimmers at South Beach for the third time this week on Friday, with 6-foot swells and...

Lyme vaccine bus heads to the high school

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee agreed at Monday’s meeting to house a Lyme vaccine clinic bus at the football field parking lot...

Welcome note

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The Island Community Chorus (ICC) has been a major Island institution since 1996, and the group now has a new leader in Bill Peek,...

‘Everyone’s invited’

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Film and performance are powerful societal tools that invite communities to become more connected, more accepting, and more compassionate. The second annual Martha’s Vineyard Disability...

On point

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When fishing conventionally, the difference between getting skunked and landing a good catch often comes from how aptly one can follow the plunging seabirds...

Dressed to perfection

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Susanna Herlitz-Ferguson opened MV Salads four years ago on Circuit Avenue, and the shop quickly took off, with its fresh salads and ingredients sourced...

‘What would Luke do?’

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Luke Gurney was known to many as a skilled angler and a master carpenter, but his ability to touch the hearts of those around...

Fully booked

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The Martha’s Vineyard Author Series is back this year with a slew of talented writers with various literary focuses, debuting their new works at...

New superintendent contract approved

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Incoming Superintendent Richie Smith had his terms of employment finalized and his final contract with Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools approved by the All-Island School...

MVRHS explores vaping infractions

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Following a visit to several Cape Cod schools, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) administration is considering ways to stem the surge of...

Vineyard schools remove Columbus Day from calendar

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Updated 6/24 Martha’s Vineyard schools will wipe Columbus Day from the calendar and celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Oct. 10, 2022.  After an extensive presentation by...

Partying for Pride

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Expressive performance, dance, and theater are all powerful tools that groups like the Yard and Lucky Plush Productions use to bring folks together to...

Celebrating Juneteenth on the Vineyard

The Island is gearing up for a major Juneteenth weekend to celebrate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the U.S. Often observed through celebrations...

Oak Bluffs shuts out NAACP from meeting agenda

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The NAACP Martha’s Vineyard branch issued a statement on Tuesday asserting that the Oak Bluffs select board has refused to hear a request to...

An Island anthem

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There are few images more representative of the unique natural beauty and spirit of Martha’s Vineyard than the sun setting on a group of...

Fresh catch

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The Red Cat Kitchen in Oak Bluffs is always looking for new ways to utilize the fresh and wholesome ingredients available right here on...

In the spotlight

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The Navigator program offered by Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools encourages the creativity and talents of special education students by having them produce, direct, and...