Tomorrow night’s full moon has the name Mud Moon. The Old Farmer’s Almanac calls it the Worm Moon, but on the Vineyard, we don’t see worms for weeks...
Human Trafficking Six Vineyard faith communities are supporting an effort to stop human slavery in our lifetime with a special focus on...
Ms. Segal Graduates Lesley Segal graduated from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Ariz., on March 5....
musicians
It was a road trip for 33 young musicians and their grown-up entourage, led by maestro Nancy Jephcote, as they joined the All-Cape &...
Special for the Girls The Alexandra M. Gagnon Do It For Yourself day for seventh grade girls is Sunday, March 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. at...
Slow Medicine Slow Medicine is a movement that encourages less aggressive — and less costly — care at the end of life. This movement...
Young Poet Awards The 2011 Promising Young Poets contest has named four winners and two runners-up in its second annual contest for...
Free from the Heart Nancy Slonim Aronie teaches a writing workshop called Straight from the Heart designed to help students find their...
The last of this winter’s Sail Martha’s Vineyard dinner/lecture series at the Black Dog Tavern will take place Wednesday, March 23 at 6 p....

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