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Naomi Pallas and Ben Williams
For their last week, Times interns tried the Raspberry Lime Ricky from M.V. Gourmet Cafe & Bakery, and the Cucumber Gimlet from Red Cat.
For our final "Man on the Street" feature of 2012, we went to Oak Bluffs to ask, "What will you remember the Island by?"
The Times traveled to the annual Agricultural Fair this past week to ask, "What would you change about Martha's Vineyard?"
This week, we tried the Granola Smoothie from State Road Restaurant and a Barely Legal from The Atlantic.
More about: A visit from the Lynx, The Vineyard Playhouse's Monday Night Specials, party at Gannon and Benjamin, and more.
Since "Jaws" debuted in 1975, it has both kept people out of the water and drawn a following of fans who flock to Martha's Vineyard to see where the "action" took place.
This week, we tried The Schnooki from Sharky's, and smoothies from Beetlebung.
This week we tried Pirate Jack's Painkiller and Morning Glory Farm's Green and Good smoothie.
This week we found the Iced Chai Bomb from Mocha Mott's and The Left Bank Martini from Chesca's.
Gregg Harcourt and Mary Wolverton of KCT Concerts continue to bring world-class acts to Martha's Vineyard.
To get a better idea of the Vineyard, The Times ventured through Oak Bluffs to ask people to describe memories, experiences, and thoughts.
The Times tried a Startini from l'etoile and a Sinful Chocolate frappe from Mad Martha's.
This week we took to the streets to ask what people thought about President Obama not being expected to return this summer.
The M.V. Museum's Evening of Discovery, guitarist Peter Griggs at two Island churches, and the Vineyard Arts Project's Art for Art party.
This week, Times interns tried a smoothie from Tisberry and Amity Island beer from Offshore Ale Co.
For some, summertime is the busiest season.
Times interns found a refreshing iced mocha from Espresso Love and The Best Damn Bloody Mary Eva' from the Seafood Shanty, both in Edgartown.
Movie in the park, vendors needed for a new fair, and more.
A taste of the Cacao Kapow from Blissed-Out and Zephrus's sangria.
Interns Naomi Pallas and Ben Williams asked passersby to tell them what being on Martha's Vineyard means to them.
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