Louisa Hufstader

The Expanding Palate of Food Writing
A sell-out crowd of more than 200 people took their seats at café-style tables at the museum talk about the Changing Story of American Home Cooking, sponsored by Cook the Vineyard, a Vineyard Gazette publication.
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Looking Anew at Familiar Ground Tells a Vanishing Story
Ray Ewing is a photographic explorer, known for insightful Martha’s Vineyard images and road-trip photos of pyramids, castles and other anachronistic tributes to past worlds.
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For Filmmaker Stanley Nelson, Vineyard Instills Confidence
Filmmaker Stanley Nelson’s highly personal documentary A Place of Our Own had a rare big-screen showing Tuesday night at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven.
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Island-Grown Marijuana Goes On Sale to Adults
Consumers over the age of 21 can now legally purchase and use marijuana grown on the Vineyard, following the start Monday morning of adult-use sales at Fine Fettle Dispensary in West Tisbury.
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Whimsical Creatures Touch Human Truths
Island artist Margot Datz, known for her fanciful images of animals, people and mermaids as well as larger-scale murals, brought a new crop of paintings to the Grange Hall on Saturday.
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Top Writers Give Book Festival Audience a Sobering Account of Journalism Today
A book festival audience turned out Friday evening for a panel discussion on the Martha’s Vineyard Museum lawn with three of the country’s leading journalists.
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Acclaimed Films and Star Power Lead the Way
The Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival is back on the Island this summer, with more movies than ever.
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Why Wait Arrives Just on Time For Kate Taylor and Fans

In what may have been the largest gathering under one Island roof since sometime in 2019, a joyful crowd of close to 800 music lovers turned out for Kate Taylor’s record release party Tuesday at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs. More listeners camped in the dark outside, some dancing to the music that spilled out into the campgrounds.

The show was a celebration of Ms. Taylor’s new album Why Wait, and hosted by the record’s producer, Peter Asher, who also produced Ms. Taylor’s debut LP Sister Kate in 1971.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones, Michael Eric Dyson Electrify Union Chapel Crowd
Two of the country’s most prominent black intellectuals joined forces on the stage of Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs Thursday afternoon, where an eager crowd of listeners filled the pews.
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Jabberwocky Doctor Knows First Hand Camp's Generous Spirit
In Dr. Stephen Gardner's new book, Jabberwocky: Lessons in Love from a Boy Who Never Spoke, he tells the story of his son Graham's inspiring life.
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