Captain Porky's Bait and Tackle Shop Changes Ownership
After 25 years the Edgartown tackle shop that has been the go-to place to get equipment, bait and catch up with Capt. Porky and his wife Carol, is changing hands.
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Goooooal! World Cup Rocks the Coop

When Brazil and Serbia played for a spot in the round of 16 Wednesday, Coop de Ville, the Oak Bluffs dockside bar and seafood joint, was the place to be.

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Egg Roll Baton Passes to Next Generation
Thi Khen Tran, who sold egg rolls at the West Tisbury farmers’ market for decades, died in the fall at age of 80. Her grandson continues the business.
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Museum Opens Summer with Edgartown Party
Noah Asimow

Last Friday the Martha’s Vineyard Museum celebrated the beginning of the summer season at the corner of Cooke and School streets.

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Frederick Douglass’s Message of Freedom on the Fourth of July

The Federated Church will host a reading of Frederick Douglass’s powerful speech The Meaning of Fourth of July to the Negro.

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Union Chapel Summer Speakers Define Passion in the Pulpit

Normally viewers have to wait until midnight for Lawrence O’Donnell to get in his “last word.” But on Sunday in Oak Bluffs, he’ll be finished by noon sharp.

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Hebrew Center's Summer Institute Embraces Weighty Topics

The popular summer lecture series kicks off Thursday, July 5 at 7:30 p.m.

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Red Sox Prevail in Hard Fought Little League Championship
The Boston Red Sox defeated the Chicago Cubs 4-1 to claim the 2018 Martha’s Vineyard Little League World Series title.
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Car-B-Q Showcases Classic Rigs, Raises Funds for Firefighters

Collectible cars, cold beer, perfect weather and macaroni salad: these were the hallmarks of the fourth annual Car-B-Q.

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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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