Louisa Hufstader

Made for Shade; Rolling Shelter Created at Island Grown Initiative
An airy, wood-slatted mobile shelter was designed and built behind the Thimble Farm greenhouse by a team led by architects Keith Moskow and Robert Linn as part of their Studio North summer workshop.
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MVYouth Gives $500,000 to IHC for Dental Clinic
Island Health Care is receiving a $500,000 grant from MVYouth to establish a dental clinic in Edgartown to provide pediatric and adult services to Islanders with financial needs.
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Mobile Market Returns With Reduced Schedule
Island Grown Initiative’s Mobile Market will be making only two weekly stops this summer, its sixth year selling reduced-price and locally grown produce in Vineyard neighborhoods.
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Dance Show Blasts Off to Space from the Capawock
Bored on Earth? There’s another world to visit this weekend — a planet where the arts are not just a pleasure, but biologically essential to life itself.
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Summer Season Is Gallery Season As Art Takes Shape Around the Island
The Vineyard’s fine arts scene is warming with the weather, as seasonal galleries open their doors and year-round establishments introduce new artists.
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American Sign Language Takes Off at Regional High School
To accommodate all the students who want to take American Sign Language, the regional high school will increase the teaching position from half to full time next year.
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Davin Tackabury Scholarship Show Honors Young Artists
On Sunday at at Featherstone Center for the Arts, artists and community members gathered for the opening reception of Emerge! a scholarship show in honor of Davin Tackabury.
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Richie Smith Named Next School Superintendent
The newly appointed superintendent of Martha’s Vineyard schools will have a full plate when he begins work July 1.
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High School Changes Lawyers in Turf Field Appeal
At a noon meeting Friday, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School committee approved a change of attorneys in its legal action against the Oak Bluffs planning board.
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West Tisbury Eyes Interim Regulations for Food Trucks
West Tisbury needs clear regulations on how and where food trucks may be allowed, town counsel Ron Rappaport told three town boards.
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