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Crepes With Jam Plus Acoustic Jam Sweeten Winter Doldrums

Nat's Nook opened as a creperie in Vineyard Haven last summer. And this winter it has brought music back to Main street, Vineyard Haven with a series of acoustic nights that offered all ages an opportunity to see the shows.

Museum Plans Education Center at Nathan Mayhew Schoolhouse

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum will move into the Nathan Mayhew Schoolhouse in Vineyard Haven, the former home of Sail Martha’s Vineyard. The museum plans to use the two-room schoolhouse as a satellite education center.

Dancing in the Space Between the Notes

Think of the infinite spaces between the past and present, the present and the future. If we took a breath, slowed down, we would enjoy “the music of the spheres” in our daily living.

Welcome Gabriel, First Vineyard Baby of the Year

The first baby of the new year was born Monday morning at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Gabriel Cardoso Oliveira weighed seven pounds at birth. He was welcomed by parents Karlla and Douglas Oliveira of Oak Bluffs and big brother Guilherme.

Cedar Tree Neck Expands With Gift From Hough Family

More than 31 acres at Cedar Tree Neck have been donated to the Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation by members of the Hough family. The land will be called the George A. Hough preserve.

Chilmark Potluck Jam Provides Winter Warmth

Held Saturday evening, the third Chilmark Potluck Jam of the season was the biggest yet — with the onset of winter, the jams provide a venue for much-needed socializing and entertainment.

Top 10 Stories from Martha's Vineyard for 2014

Here are the 10 stories from Martha's Vineyard that received the most traffic on during 2014.

Pub No More, Seasons to Become Retail Space

The owners of the Oak Bluffs building that once housed Seasons Eatery and Pub have plans to convert it to retail space. The Circuit avenue establishment closed in February of 2013 after 27 years of operation.

Old Steam Whistle Adds Lilt to Voice of Ferry Nantucket

Donated to the Steamship Authority by Bill and Sue Ewen of Oak Bluffs, the whistle comes from the ferry Brinckerhoff, a sidewheeler built in 1899 to serve on the Hudson River.

Islanders Take Their Place in Winner's Circle in Gay Head 10K

Vineyard runners took home top medals in the second annual Gay Head 10K held Sunday morning, beginning with Edgartown native Jamie Smadbeck who crossed the finish line first with a time of 40:18. Mr. Smadbeck and his fiancee ran in memory of her mother, who recently died of lung cancer.