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The new VNA headquarters in Vineyard Haven has space for the expanding needs of its client population.
In 2010, Ms. Tomlinson joined the assemblage of Collette, ee cummings, T.S. Eliot, and all the writers in history who have taken cats as their subject.
Media representatives gathered for a panel discussion about presenting and promoting local arts and culture.
The festival continues this Friday and Saturday at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Experts from Vineyard Gardens, Middletown Nursery, Donaroma's and Jardin Mahoney weigh-in on doing it right.
Carly Simon tops the star-studded lineup of local and regional musicians joining forces to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month this Saturday.
The sum of charges against the rapist might have earned Mr. Thrift a lifetime in prison, Judge Cornelius J. Moriarty told him.
The pipe organ's sound flooded forth, both soft and strong, multi-textured, filling the tiny sanctuary.
The notion of Living Local has "exploded," and this weekend's Harvest Festival celebration is the moment to join in the enthusiasm.
Early last summer, Rusty Gordon opened a farm stand at the former dairy at Nip 'n' Tuck Farm in West Tisbury.
The upcoming Art of Handmade Paper show opening at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs this Sunday, Sept. 16, is sure to amaze viewers.
Musician Rob Myers launched Best Fest in 2010 as a benefit for WVVY. This year he had a little help from his friends.
West Tisbury's Artisans Festival offers plenty of rings and gems and precious things.
With some 40 vendors offering a variety of products, it is possible to buy an entire dinner at the weekly market.
The West Tisbury Agricultural Fair was the place to be seen and heard, eating, laughing, screaming, and having a very good time.
Fair organizers have announced several changes to the schedule.
Racing piglets, rock and roll, the old, familiar music you love under the stars – there's something pleasing at The Fair for everyone.
A rich tribute to agricultural tradition on the Island, the volume presents the 150-plus-year saga in captivating detailed narrative.
The Fair has a menu with something for everyone, and new delicacies created by creative Island young people, now with food booths of their own.
A lawyer in her day job, Ms. Ham likes to draw. She tried her hand at an entry to the Fair's poster contest, but she didn't think she'd win.