Elizabeth Bennett

The New Kids on the Cliffs
For young Islanders Del Araujo and Jenn Straub, the opportunity to 
open a new shop at the Gay Head Cliffs was perfect timing.
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On the Trail of Magic
Artists Bill O’Callaghan and Heather Goff transformed the woods near their 
Chilmark home into a magical trail where dragons and faeries beckon you to 
join the tree spirits and leave your cares behind.
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Fresh Perspective, Respect for Tradition Fuel Ag Society Leader
Agricultural Society executive director Lauren Lynch’s journey to Panhandle Road began her first summer out of college.
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Caring for the Land: Earth Day Events Run All Weekend
Earth Day is Friday, and on the Vineyard a variety of activities are planned for throughout the weekend.
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Aquinnah Author Finds Inspiration in the Native American Way of Listening
When Victoria Wright began writing books instead of corporate financial marketing text, she thought she didn’t have anything to say.
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Ice Show Dazzles and Delights
Over the weekend, 130 of the Island’s skaters took to the ice at the MV Ice Arena as the Martha’s Vineyard Figure Skating Club presented its 33rd Annual Ice Show.
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Beach Grass Planting Fueled by Community Roots
Nearly 80 volunteers gathered at Lobsterville Beach Saturday morning to take part in dune restoration efforts led by the Natural Resources Group of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah).
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Island Farm Bureau Lays Out Agenda With State Officials
Two topics dominated when the Martha’s Vineyard Farm Bureau recently hosted state representatives: housing and the possibility of building an animal processing facility on the Island.
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Island Community Chorus Fosters Fellowship Through Song
A sense of renewal was in the air and on the program as the Island Community Chorus took the stage at the Old Whaling Church this weekend.
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Rescued by Ruby Captures the Heart
Rescued by Ruby, a new Netflix movie that premiered March 17 and is based on the story of heroic shelter dog, was executive produced by Edgartown residents SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt.
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