Living a Life Fueled by Brisket
Bill Eville

Reached by phone at his outpost on Chappaquiddick, or "Barbecue Central" as Steven Raichlen calls it, the prolific writer and barbecue expert admitted to being a bit shaky on just how many books he has written.

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Tale of Hedge Fund Titan's Fall Is One Book Festival Highlight
Bill Eville

Gary Shteyngart will take part in a panel on transformative friendships in fiction.

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House of Bones, Ten Years Later
Bill Eville

In 2009 Victoria Campbell's film House of Bones premiered at the Tabernacle. The documentary positions the family home on West Chop as a lens into her family and a way of life.

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State Champions Again; Girls Tennis Team Wins in Dramatic Fashion
Bill Eville

At the beginning of the girls tennis season this spring, coach Chris Scott emphasized that the team was focusing on one match at a time, and not giving any thoughts to post-season play.

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Girls Tennis Wins State Championship For Fifth Straight Year
Bill Eville

The Vineyard girls tennis team secured its fifth straight state championship with a dramatic 3-2 win against Winchester High School. The team got a big homecoming welcome, Island-style, coming off the ferry.

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Boys Tennis Ends State Championship Run
Bill Eville

The Vineyard boys tennis team ended its state championship run Monday, losing 0-5 to Weston in the semifinals at Lexington High School.

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Best of the Vineyard Showcases Island Favorites
Bill Eville

Perennial favorites mingled with first-time winners when the annual Best of the Vineyard awards were announced Thursday night at a festive party hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.

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Simon Calendar Continues in 2020
Bill Eville

The annual Peter Simon calendar, a rite of passage since 1988, will continue in 2020 with a special edition.

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Author, Historian Tony Horwitz Dies
Bill Eville

The West Tisbury author and historian Tony Horwitz died suddenly in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Mr. Horwitz was 60.

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Sibling Rivalry Is Not on the Menu for Hard Working Courtney Brothers
Bill Eville

On a recent morning Patrick and Ted Courtney paused in their individual duties, just for a moment. The Port Hunter had opened the previous week and the next day their restaurant across the street, the Covington, would open.

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