What follows is a reminder about rules of the road for animals.
Wouldn't it be a great thing to clean up our roads, and not just our beaches?
Not only has Island Grown Initiative (IGI) gone into direct competition with local farms by taking away on-Island market share from them, but it is acting as the last word of on-Island farming to the outside
We were blessed with another sunny, successful electronics disposal day here at Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.
Hardly a person is now alive on our fair and prosperous island who remembers the day when the Gazette made its first bow to the public and took its modest place in the periodicals of this section.
Last weekend Craig Miner began spray painting the side of the 1930s house that resides at 6 Water street in Vineyard Haven. The derelict building, sagging and sad, is situated directly across the street from the Vineyard Haven Steamship Terminal. What Mr. Miner will eventually create is anyone’s guess, including his own.
The idea for Arnie Reisman’s new play was hatched 10 years ago when he read a New York Times article about a couple living in a witness protection program in a gated Florida community. The result was Not Constantinople, a dark comedy that will have its world premiere next weekend at the Vineyard Playhouse.
A group of writers recently landed on Martha’s Vineyard to commit the remainder of May to honing their craft. Nine writers will live together and work on their poems, novels and other writing projects for two weeks as part of the Noepe Center for Literary Arts writer’s residency program.
Ali Berlow founded the Island Grown Initiative a decade ago, wrote The Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse and was the founding editor and is still the co-publisher of Edible Vineyard. Her most recent book, The Food Activist’s Handbook: Big & Small Things You Can Do to Help Provide Fresh, Healthy Food for Your Community, was published earlier this month.