Spirit of James Joyce Rises Again on the Vineyard
Exactly 114 years after Leopold Bloom walked around Dublin in James Joyce’s Ulysses, the author was honored at the 40th Vineyard Bloomsday celebration.
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Player and Coach Head to Baseball All Stars

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School baseball standout Sam Bresnick was selected to the Massachusetts State All Star Game.

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Field of Memories Conjures Coo Cavallo Back to the Batter's Box
On Monday evening, family and friends of Robert (Coo) Cavallo gathered for a softball game, played in his memory. There were a lot of laughs, a lot of memories, and a lot of pinch-runners.
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West Tisbury Farmers' Market Swings Into the Season
On Saturday, Grange Hall was abuzz with signs of summer for the opening of the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market.
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Best of the Vineyard Celebrates Everyone
On Thursday evening at Farm Neck Golf Club the Martha's Vineyard Magazine crowned the tops in their fields at the annual Best of the Vineyard party.
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Powered by the Sun and Fifth Grade Ingenuity
It’s not the Indy 500, but the annual solar car race at Edgartown School may be the closest thing the Vineyard has.
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When a Shark at Home Is a Good Thing
Noah Asimow

At 6 feet, 6 inches, and 230 pounds, Sharks pitcher and Oak Bluffs native James Sashin has quite an appetite. But parents Howie and Cheryll make sure that he never goes hungry.

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Cross-Island Hike Is Good for Heart and Soul
On Saturday nearly 120 people gathered for the cross-Island hike, a journey of 17 miles that began at Menemsha and ended at Blackwater Pond.
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Everyone Wins at Sharks Opening Night Game
On a perfect evening, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks opened up their season with an 8-1 victory over the North Shore Navigators.
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Busy Season Has Arrived, but Summer Workers Have Not
The summer labor shortage on the Vineyard is nothing new, but this year many business owners feel it is worse than ever.
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