Thank you so much for putting Mev Good’s interview with Linsey Lee, plus two photos, in today’s Gazette.
Monday, President's Day, was a challenging one for travel on the Vineyard.
The family of Virginia Hall would like to convey our sincerest appreciation for the prayers, cards, support and acts of kindness.
Recently the Chicken Alley Thrift Shop (Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Thrift Shop) completed a large and involved renovation project.
Citing a need to divert cars from downtown Oak Bluffs, the town is moving forward with a plan to offer park-and-ride service this summer. The free bus service, provided by the Vineyard Transit Authority, will shuttle passengers between Ocean Park and a parking lot near the town hall starting June 20.
Three Vineyard teams qualified for the postseason, which began Wednesday as girls’ basketball and girls’ hockey played their first-round games. The basketball advanced in the tournament after picking up a decisive win, while hockey lost 3-1 to end their season.
After a winter of endless storms and frigid temperatures, author and family therapist Dr. Anne Fishel is looking at the bright side. “It’s good for family dinners!” she said from her home in Boston last weekend.
Last summer, Isabella Morais got to thinking that teenage artists on the Island would benefit from a studio space where they could gather and create art. Her dream is becoming a reality with the Teen Art Cafe, a drop-in studio and classes for teenage artists that launches this week.
For farmers looking to market their goods beyond the farm stand, Slow Food MV presents a winter workshop on social media for the food and farming community.