Aliyah Walker

Oak Bluffs Arts Stroll Offers Just the Right Pace
On Saturday evening the first Oak Bluffs Arts District stroll of the season invited art lovers to slow down and enjoy the work of six different galleries located on one short stretch of road.
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Documenting the Story of the Tulsa Massacre
Dawn Porter’s career change from attorney to documentary filmmaker was not done for the reason most people leave their jobs.
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Standing Up By Kneeling Down, Vigils Return to Beetlebung Corner
On Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m., the kneel-in vigils began again at Beetlebung Corner, to honor the many people of color who have been killed or harmed by police violence.
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A Clarion Call for Art That Digs Deeply
This summer the Mariposa Museum in Oak Bluffs is hosting featured exhibits by artists Danny Simmons and Dr. Imo Nse Imeh.
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Vineyard Roots Helped Republic Airways Captain Soar
Ten years ago, Anthony Piland Jr. was an aspiring pilot doing a student job shadow at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. This summer, he is flying into that same airport as a Republic Airways captain.
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Juneteenth at the Narragansett House Is a Powerful Combination
Over 45 people gathered at the Narragansett House in Oak Bluffs Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth, and its new status as a federal holiday.
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Blooming Art Exhibit Keeps Garden Club Growing
Blooming Art, the garden club's major fundraiser and the exhibit, features 34 Vineyard artists and 34 garden club members doing floral arrangements.
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Farmers’ Market and the Faithful Are Glad to Be Back
Despite a light morning rain, cheerful crowds headed to the Agricultural Hall grounds on Saturday morning for the first West Tisbury Farmers’ Market of the season.
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Airport Takes Steps to Manage Traffic Congestion
With a busy summer of air traffic at its peak, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport is taking steps to better manage congestion on surrounding roadways, airport director Geoffrey Freeman said this week.
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Agricultural Fair Beckons One and All
Poultry judging, the dog show, horse pull, skillet toss, knitting competitions and carnival rides will all return next week when the 159th Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Livestock Show and Fair gets under way.
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