James Joyce’s The Dubliners is the subject of a lecture presented by Philip Weinstein at the Vineyard Haven library at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25....
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services presents An Evening with Keith Jones on Tuesday, June 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Daybreak Clubhouse on State...
Swordfish used to swim close to the Squibnocket shore, but 30 years ago they began disappearing. Local fishermen had to go farther and farther east,...
Bloomsday comes to the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven on Monday, June 16 at 8 p.m. Organized by John Crelan, this 36th annual...
Vanessa the green sea serpent basks in the sun from Memorial Day to Labor Day in a shallow pond off Beach Road. In the past three decades, she has...
On the day Jennifer Tseng’s daughter was born, her father called her at the hospital. He called to congratulate her, but also to tell her he was...
There are beetlebung trees and pinkletinks to identify, a heath hen sculpture to find and constantly changing landscapes to behold at either end of...
Authors met on Thursdays for lunch and their friendship led to writing a book on the Vineyard's place in history during World War II.
The sign outside State Road Restaurant last Wednesday night said Go Bruins. The parking lot was overflowing and yet upon entering there was no hockey...

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