All Virtual Roads Lead to the Fair
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society will hold its annual August fair virtually this year in an online event the weekend of August 20.
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Four Rescued After Boat Sinks West of Cuttyhunk
Maia Coleman
A family of four was safely rescued from their boat near Sow and Pigs reef west of Cuttyhunk on Sunday afternoon, after a Mayday call signaled the boat was sinking, the Coast Guard said.
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Taking Stock
Maia Coleman
The Grey Barn and Farm’s Asa Baer takes the short view and the long view every day as he manages the livestock and forage operation on the 100-acre Chilmark farm.
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An Arresting Development; Toddler Time for the Boys in Blue
Maia Coleman
It’s business as usual on Friday morning at the Oak Bluffs police station except for the five toddlers roaming around the station’s front steps.
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High School Seniors Reunite for Unique Graduation Ceremony
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Class of 2020 will walk across the stage to receive their diplomas on Sunday, in an intimate ceremony.
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Lifting Up the Legacy of Longfellow
Maia Coleman
This June Nicholas Basbanes published a definitive study of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow called Cross of Snow.
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Adding to the Story of Racial Justice Through Community Art
Maia Coleman
Kneeling in the circular nave of Union Chapel, artist-in-residence Kevin Sampson worked on his latest community sculpture, drawing inspiration from African American folklore and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Mobile Market Hits the Road for a Summer Like No Other
Maia Coleman
Last week, Island Grown Initiative’s mobile market began its fourth consecutive summer, distributing affordable produce and fresh eggs to communities around the Island.
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Author Series Stays the Course With Virtual Events
Maia Coleman
Holding true to tradition, the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series is set to kick-off its biennial programming on July 30, however this summer the event will take place virtually.
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Following the Path of History at the Thomas Cooke House
Maia Coleman
For three years now, the museum has been hard at work restoring the historic Thomas Cooke house property, the site of its original campus, as a public green-space and satellite campus.
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