Hug a Big Teddy Bear

They are big, they are furry and they want your love — and some money, too.

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Andrew Bartlett New General Manager at Harbor View
Harbor View Hotel has named Andrew Bartlett as its new general manager. He will oversee all operations of the 124-year-old hotel.
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Harbor View Parent Company Adds New Properties

Scout Hotels, the company that manages the Harbor View Hotel and Kelley House in Edgartown, is expanding with two new properties on the Cape and Nantucket.

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Iconic Harbor View Hotel Parallels History of Edgartown
Alex Elvin

Its porches and windows frame Edgartown harbor and the surrounding landscape, drawing visitors from around the Island and the world. It is a favorite spot to sit back and watch the sailboats in the harbor, the changing skies throughout the different seasons and the fireworks on the Fourth of July.

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Pet Party
It’s a pet party when the Harbor View Hotel and the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard hosting their annual Celebration of Pets on Saturday, June 7.
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Celebrity Fishing Tournament
The Harbor View Hotel hosts the John Havlicek Celebrity Fishing Tournament on June 5 to 8 to benefit the Genesis Foundation for Children.
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Kelley House, Pub Come Under New Ownership
Olivia Hull
On Monday this week the Edgartown selectmen approved a liquor license transfer for the Kelley House, which includes the Newes from America, a pub at the corner of Kelley and North Water streets.
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Oh Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear Suite
Sydney Bender
The lobby of Point B Realty doesn’t look like a place of serious business these days. Behind the reception desk sits Edgar, a six-foot-tall teddy bear. On the other side of the lobby, owner and principal broker of the firm, Wendy Harman, fluffs the fur of two-year-old Chappy, a teddy bear named by “fans” last year through Facebook and blog votes and posts.
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Harbor View Chef Leads Way at Food and Wine Festival
Remy Tumin

Nathan Gould is on a mission to prove that all hotel food is not created equal. The bland chicken breast is out and a sous vide Good Farm chicken roulade is in.

“We’re continuously moving towards sourcing locally, which a lot of hotels don’t,” Mr. Gould said walking through the doors of the Harbor View Hotel where he is the new executive chef. “A lot of hotels that have to do volume rather than take the time to have a relationship with Island farmers and fishermen, they’ll go to a corporate account and get stuff moved in from wherever. Hopefully, we can change that.”
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Harbor View Rings in the New Year with Fireworks, Edible Fanfare
Remy Tumin
The Harbor View Hotel was aglow Monday night as revelers ushered in the New Year at the Edgartown hotel's annual bash. It was a night of food, glitz, champagne and even cotton candy.
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