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He calls families little monasteries, with children as their great Zen masters; she compares families to a laboratory, an ever-changing...
It’s the opening of the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby — and that means it’s time to open, too, the Louisa Gould Gallery’s...
Another chapter was added last week to the long saga over the illegal three-story garage built by Oak Bluffs resident Joseph Moujabber without a...
Deborah Silliman Wass will showcase her handiworks of calligraphy and illuminations for the month of September at the West Tisbury Library...
Bill Stafursky has joined the board of Island Elderly Housing, Inc. Its president, John Early, said in a statement: “We are really pleased...
jetty play
Word gets around on a small Island. “I only wanted to do this for my grandmother,” explained Michael Domitrovich to the crowd, “but you tell...
tomatoes
If I were a tomato, I would want to be a porch tomato. It is a lesson which took only 15 months, about $50 and a bowl of bruschetta on a warm...
Voter confusion at the Nantucket ballot box changed the result of Tuesday’s Democratic primary for Cape and Islands state representative,...
lighthouse ceremony
It rained in Vineyard Haven and in Oak Bluffs on Saturday. But in Edgartown the skies held out for a 1 p.m. service at the Edgartown...

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