Louisa Hufstader

Moving to the History of the Yard
The Yard’s final dance residency of the year culminates this weekend with two performances by Jenna Pollack, a choreographer whose new work explores the half-century history of the Yard itself.
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Tisbury Calls Off 350th Anniversary Party
Fears of a superspreader event have led to the postponement of Tisbury’s 350th anniversary celebration, which was scheduled for Sept. 19. Town officials voted Tuesday to postpone the party until 2022.
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Ayanna Pressley Urges Islanders to Keep Up the Fight for Social Justice
Voting rights, the historical nature of entrenched racism and the healing powers of the Vineyard were all topics when the Congresswoman took the stage at the Tabernacle Friday.
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West Tisbury Mandates Vaccines for Town Workers
West Tisbury employees, interns and volunteers have until Sept. 30 to show proof of full vaccination against Covid-19, officials ruled Wednesday at an unprecedented joint meeting of the seven elected boards.
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Museum Returns to Edgartown with Cooke House Gardens
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is now officially a two-town operation, following the dedication Saturday of its Cooke House Legacy Gardens in Edgartown.
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Tisbury Plans 350th Birthday Bash
Tisbury will celebrate its 350th birthday on Sept. 19 with music, dancing and a community barbecue in downtown Vineyard Haven.last week.
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West Tisbury Adopts Indoor Mask Mandate
West Tisbury’s board of health has imposed a townwide mask mandate for all indoor spaces frequented by the public, and recommended a vaccination requirement for town employees.
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A Creative Light Burns in Yonder Window
Isolation, boredom, paranoia, shame and dread have never been more engaging than in a new artistic work by Abby Bender, Jesse Jason and Lisa Gross.
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MassDOT Requests More Time for Beach Road Work
Tisbury select board members said Tuesday they are open to allowing highway work to continue on Beach Road for another month, instead of requiring MassDOT to suspend work this week.
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Featherstone Blooms Again With Art of Flowers Exhibit
rises to orchids, daisies to hollyhocks and poppies to hydrangeas, a thousand flowers are blooming in the spring group show at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs.
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