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Far and ride

Horseback riding — it’s not like the movies where you can jump on the animal’s back, say ‘giddyup,’ and away you go. The sport...

Patterns from around the world

Stina Sayre, known for her structural pieces and monochromatic colors, is breaking the mold. The Swedish-born fashion designer’s storefront in Vineyard Haven was decked...

Thinking inside the locket

When Jhenn Watts and Kenneth Pillsworth got married, they ran into a conundrum many newlyweds face. Should she change her name? This isn’t the...

Try this $5 recipe: Pizza

The Vineyard specializes in gourmet and interesting foods. Culinary experiments are encouraged, if not demanded, especially in the summer. While restaurants strive to new...

Cooking culture

Food sovereignty is a term that might not be as familiar to the wider public as national sovereignty or state sovereignty. The principle, however,...

Eating on a Budget

  The Vineyard specializes in gourmet and interesting foods. Culinary experiments are encouraged, if not demanded, especially in the summer. While restaurants strive to new...

Markey visits Island to announce federal grants

Update August 26 U.S. Sen. Ed Markey toured the Martha’s Vineyard Airport and Vineyard Transit Authority operations facility on Saturday. Both the airport and the...

Panelists discuss the line between free and hate speech

The difference between hate speech and free speech is a hot-button issue in light of recent protests like the Unite the Right rally in...

Try this $5 recipe: Hummus

The Vineyard specializes in gourmet and interesting foods. Culinary experiments are encouraged, if not demanded, especially in the summer. While restaurants strive to new...

‘Ciao! MV’ has some concerned

Islanders were horrified to drive by Island Entertainment, the last video rental store on the Island, to see a window painted with the words...

Eating on a budget

The Vineyard specializes in gourmet and interesting foods. Culinary experiments are encouraged, if not demanded, especially in the summer. While restaurants strive to new...

‘Lying to the American public isn’t illegal’

Steven Rattner stuck to accepted facts and popular analysis when answering the self-imposed question, What the hell is going on? This question, addressing American...

Barnyard yoga

It was 80° and over 70 percent humidity, and there was a group of about 20 people and 10 alpacas in a pasture in...

Eating on a budget

The Vineyard specializes in gourmet and interesting foods. Culinary experiments are encouraged, if not demanded, especially in the summer. While restaurants strive to new...

Ice cream’s on a roll

There are few feelings more satisfying than escaping the heat on an oppressive August day. Walking into Delish in a Dish for its grand...

Sanctions only work with verification

At the Summer Institute Speaker Series, former deputy director of the CIA David Cohen admonished President Donald Trump for not following the advice of...

‘Still Becoming’ celebrates life in your 60s

A celebration of the baby boomer generation is set to show at the Simon Gallery. “Still Becoming,” a coffee table book containing profiles of...

Barbeque for the masses

Children were running around and scampering up trees while their parents and grandparents kept one eye on them and one eye on the band...

‘I would never say most of Trump’s voters are bigots’

Updated 2:40 pm Richard Cohen, president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, raised himself above calling Trump voters a basket of deplorables. “I would never say...

Vineyard Montessori to offer full-year program

Vineyard Montessori School is unveiling a summer-school program designed to meet daycare needs for ages “2.9” (nearly 3) to 6. They’re running a half-day...