Fleet Feet and Lots of Heat at Chilmark Road Race
Defeating a crowd of nearly 1,200 runners and soaring thermometers, Michael Schroeder won the men’s division and Sarah Tully won the women’s division.
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Field Gallery Turns Half a Century
Tom Maley founded the Field Gallery in 1971 in the West Tisbury field behind his family’s home with fellow artists Robert Schwartz, Eleanor Coen and Max Kahn. Chris and Sheila Morse own the gallery today.
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Summer Baseball Season Comes to a Close
The energy was electric on Tuesday night as the Sharks faced the Danbury Westerners for the southern division championship. In a hard fought, close game the Westerners prevailed 7-5.
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Trustees Report Paints Dire Picture for Coastlines
The second annual State of the Coast report released last week by The Trustees of Reservations paints a stark picture of the future for Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Gosnold.
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Vineyard House Initiates Parent Program
There is plenty of room for women right now at Vineyard House, the Island’s only sober living facility.
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Ronni Simon's Home Gallery Keeps the Spirit Flowing
Sculpture and jewelry by Ronni Simon, archival photographs — and of course the calendar that was such a labor of love for the late Peter Simon — all can be found at the Simon Gallery these days.
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Give Me Shelter Art Benefit Gives Island Homeless a Safe Harbor
The Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard art sale benefit at the Grange Hall raised close to $50,000 for the organization.
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Division Rules But Addition Makes More Sense
After nearly 20 years working in economic policy, Heather McGhee realized she needed a different approach to understand the fault lines of American division.
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Making a Case for Gene Editing as the Story of Our Future
Walter Isaacson suggests that if one is searching for a summer read, a nail-biting mystery perhaps, his latest biography on the woman behind gene editing is the way to go.
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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Della Hardman
Writer, artist, scholar, educator and neighbor — Della Hardman was warmly remembered Saturday for her many contributions to the Vineyard on the annual day that bears her name and has been celebrated since 2005.
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