She grew up in Chilmark, the twelfth generation of an Island farming family. He was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., the grandson of Jewish immigrants. He...
Twenty-five years ago, Susan Klein leapt into the void, counting on her muse to catch her. She was 30 years old, born and raised in Oak Bluffs, but...
When Island blues guitarist and singer Maynard Silva, 56, developed cancer two years ago, his son Milo, 20, returned from college to care for him,...
The evening easily could have been confused with a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. The grill staff at P.J.'s Café sang along to Love Train and Don't...
Traffic was up, sales were up and spirits were up to match as business owners across the board reported a generally busy Memorial Day weekend and a...
As of Wednesday this week, the Steamship Authority was booked solid for seven straight days. With sunny days and warmer weather, traffic already has...
Chilmark poet and stonemason John Maloney can understand why some people might wrongly think one job is a metaphor for the other. "I know, it...
The Martha's Vineyard Catholic church is at risk for having no permanent priest, possibly needing to consolidate three church buildings into one and...
Danubia Campos dreams big. A law degree, or maybe one in international relations. Possibly a career with the United Nations or even one as a Supreme...

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