Harbor Homes Starts New Summer Homelessness Initiative

The Island homelessness relief group Harbor Homes has begun a new summer outreach program that aims to offer food, medicine, counseling services and more to the Island’s high seasonal homeless population.

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Matisyahu to Headline Jewish Culture Festival

Chabad on the Vineyard returns this summer with a full slate of events tailored toward the Island’s seasonal Jewish community, including the July 22 Jewish Culture Festival.

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In Doppelgänger, Ceramicist Explores Her Alter Ego

Just inside the front door of the Workshop Gallery in Vineyard Haven, nearly 50 ceramic egg flats, each canary-colored and identical to the next, are spread out across the floor.

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Little Leaguers Step Up to the World Series Plate

Marlin Goodwin, #8, stood on the mound, his Vineyard-purple jersey tucked into gray baseball slacks. Penn Field was quiet. The scoreboard displayed a full count. Barnstable had runners on second and third.

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High Schoolers Compete at National Track Championship

Eight student athletes from Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School traveled to Eugene, Oregon last weekend to put sneaker to rubber at the Nike Outdoor Nationals track and field championship. 

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School’s Out and Summer Vacation Is In
Noah Glasgow, Emma Kilbride, Gwyn Skiles

When noon struck on Tuesday, school bells rang at elementary schools all over the Island announcing that summer vacation had officially begun.

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Embracing the Science of Shark Chasing

Greg Skomal, former lead scientist of the Massachusetts Fisheries’ Martha’s Vineyard station, has detected, inspected, dissected and protected just about every species of shark in the North Atlantic.

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Sharks Fire Head Coach; Elevate Pitching Coach to Top Spot

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks are off to a rocky start this summer season, firing new head coach Sean Stevens on June 6, after just two games.

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New Exhibit Highlights Underground Railroad's Maritime History

Sailing to Freedom, a new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, tells the story of the Underground Railroad’s lesser known sea routes and their connection to Martha’s Vineyard.

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Celebrating the Life and Art of James Joyce

Bloomsday aims to pay homage to Joyce with performance, poetry and music. It arrives once again on June 15 at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

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