At night the side streets of Edgartown go dark and quiet. But just a few blocks away on Main street, the beat of late night dining and dancing has...

The Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard became an outdoor dining room as Islanders enjoyed fresh seafood and a conversation with author Paul Greenberg.

It’s 7 a.m. on a warm summer morning and the smell of bacon wafts out the side door of 7a Foods. Chef and owner Dan Sauer stands in front of the...

Captain Nils (Gus) Leaf spends his time on a boat. Nathan Gould tends to stay in the kitchen. The two met during a striped bass handoff and are...

The third annual Cook the Vineyard celebrated Island food and cookbook authors.

A four-month pilot study, which began in June, may set the stage for an Islandwide composting program that could help businesses comply with the...

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Arts Briefs

It’s time once again to go whole hog at the Porks and Knives class billed as Four Days of the Pig: From Slaughter to Butchery and Beyond.

This weekend Featherstone celebrates its 12th chocolate festival with tasty chocolate concoctions made by Island bakers, artists and chocolate lovers.

The Wild Food Challenge, now in its sixth year on the Island, is Sunday, Oct. 11, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs.

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