Louisa Hufstader

Big Band Swings in Debut Winter Jazz Fest
The MV Big Band’s first-ever winter jazz festival was a double triumph for the regional high school music program led by teacher Ray Fallon.
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MVC Questions Proposed Taqueria and Bar in Tisbury
A Mexican "fast food" restaurant with 70 outdoor seats and an outdoor bar is being proposed for the Stone Bank development in Vineyard Haven.
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Tisbury Revisits Draft Mooring Regulations
Tisbury is sending its proposed new waterways regulations back to the committee that drafted them earlier this year.
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Night Heron Gallery Closes its Doors
After a 13-year run, the Night Heron Gallery in Vineyard Haven will close its doors at the end of this year. There will be an open house on Dec. 22.
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Mayhew Parsonage Listed for Nearly $10 Million
There are pricier listings in Edgartown but none with a pedigree like that of the Mayhew Parsonage, which hit the real estate market this month for the first time in its 200-year history.
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SSA Eyes Fourth Potential Sister Ship from Louisiana
As the Steamship Authority prepares to add a third Lode Star class offshore service vessel (OSV) to its fleet, boat line officials are now considering a fourth sister ship from the same Louisiana seller.
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Vineyarder Brings Powerful New Movie to Film Center
Film producer Jon Mone had a homecoming of sorts on Saturday night, remotely joining a special screening of the new Will Smith drama, Emancipation, at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center.
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Tisbury Cultivates Cannabis Industry
Cannabis entrepreneur Noah Eisendrath has cleared the final regulatory hurdle on his way to establishing the first marijuana-growing operation in Vineyard Haven, after the Tisbury planning board finalized his special permit Dec. 7.
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Tisbury School Digs Into Renovation With Groundbreaking Ceremony
A symbolic ground-breaking at the Tisbury School Saturday morning marked a new chapter for the town school, which graduated its first class of eighth-graders more than 90 years ago.
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Property Values Soar in Tisbury, as Median Home Price Approaches $1 Million
Pandemic-era home sales in Tisbury have pushed property values up by 35.2 per cent, signaling a lower tax rate for the year to come.
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