Forty-Eight Mountain Peaks Is Rite of Passage With a Nice View
Bill Eville
Elijah Dunn-Feiner just finished seventh grade at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School. He plays Little League, basketball, likes to ski and build things. In his spare time he climbs mountains.
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The Conch Shell Has Sounded; Hokule'a Arrives
Bill Eville
It was all hands on deck, or rather the water, as the Hokule’a entered Vineyard Haven Harbor Tuesday for its official mooring on Martha’s Vineyard as part of a round-the-world journey.
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Everyone Wins at Martha's Vineyard Little League Championships
Bill Eville
On Sunday morning at Penn Field in Oak Bluffs, Little League umpire Wally Gold asked for some water before the major league championship game began. He wanted to make some mud.
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Memorial of Remembrance Is Window to History
Bill Eville
Barney Zeitz has a story to tell and he is going to tell it using eight and half foot-tall stained glass windows.
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Mini Maker Faire Celebrates Creativity and Woolen Gnomes
Bill Eville
On Saturday the first ever Mini Maker Faire on Martha’s Vineyard took place. Each faire is as diverse as the number of people presenting their work. The unifying principle is the creative mind.
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Big Bites for Little Tykes, Kids' Trout Tournament Casts Wide Net
Bill Eville
The annual kids' trout tournament takes place on Saturday, May 7, beginning at first light. On Tuesday morning the first shipment of trout arrived at Duarte's Pond.
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Beetlebung Farm Cookbook Wins James Beard Award
Bill Eville

Chris Fischer’s cookbook, published last spring, was honored this week with a James Beard Award for American Cooking.

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Inaugural Summer Concert Series Plans Star-Studded Lineup
Bill Eville

The Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series will feature, among others, Alan Cumming, Erin Brockovich, Paula Poundstone and the return of David Sedaris. Adam Epstein is the producer.

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Graves and Worms and Epitaphs? Shakespeare for the Masses Says Sure Thing
Bill Eville
Shakespeare for the Masses will perform three, yes three, Shakespeare plays in one hour — Richard II and Henry IV, parts one and two.
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Art Fueled by the Spirit of Imagination
Bill Eville

On Wednesday afternoon Miss Lani sat on the floor with a group of young children at the children’s art studio.

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