Big Weekend Equals Big Beach Days, and Officials Are Worried
High summer is here, and thousands are flocking to Island beaches. But the crowds have many Vineyard officials on edge.
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Back in the Sand at North Bluff Beach
Maia Coleman
For years, the North Bluff beach in Oak Bluffs has been slowly disappearing. Now all that has changed.
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Helping Transform Pandemic Time Into Pizza Time
Maia Coleman
Nina Levin, chef and owner of Stoney Hill Pizza, opened her mobile business on June 13. Since then she's been turning out wood-fired pizzas at the West Tisbury Farmers' Market and private events.
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Keeping the Faith During a Pandemic
Maia Coleman
Religious institutions on the Island have struggled with the decision of whether to open this summer, noting the challenges of holding services in small enclosed spaces.
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Regional High School Class of 2020 Embodies Community, Inclusivity
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School class of 2020 began the year on a note of togetherness, gathering to watch the sunrise.
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Coming to a YMCA Near You: Drive-In Movies
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival and the YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard have joined forces to organize a summer-long drive-in movie theatre for the Island community.
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Vineyard Walks the Walk to Commemorate Juneteenth
Maia Coleman
Hundreds gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Vineyard Haven Friday to join a march for racial justice and equality, organized in honor of Juneteenth.
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