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By SUSAN B. WHITING There are so many bird sightings this week there is no room for more. So enjoy Lanny’s photograph of a ruddy turnstone...
experts
The initial success of the Island’s offshore blue mussel aquaculture efforts could lead to real new jobs on the Vineyard, at a time when costs are...
Friday, August 22: Hundreds gather at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society fair for the draft horse pull. The air is dry. The sounds...
Charles W. Morgan
She is the only one left. The Charles W. Morgan is the last surviving wooden whale ship, and while she has rested at a shipyard in Mystic,...
Cindy Kane
War is a force that gives her meaning.
Growing up in a liberal community outside of Washington, D.C., Cindy Kane began her artistic life as a drawer. “I always had my hand on a pen...
Sharon Robinson
Sharon Robinson, author of Stealing Home, a memoir of her family life with baseball dad Jackie Robinson, held court last Friday at what’s...
Boat
The Holmes Hole Sailing Association continued its summer season of handicap sailboat racing from Vineyard Haven Harbor with a Thursday night...
Kristin Johnson, executive director of One by One, will be guest speaker at the Faith Community Church outdoor service on Sunday, August 31. Ms....

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