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Steering the Scottish Bakehouse Takes Steady Hand at the Tiller

On a warm Monday morning, Scottish Bakehouse owner Daniele Dominick sits in her comfortable Oak Bluffs living room reading to her 17-month-old son Rocco who is snuggled in her lap.

Vineyard Sound Are the Island's Very Own Boys of Summer

For 22 years now, the Vineyard Sound has taken their singing talent to venues and street corners all over the Island, singing tirelessly throughout the season.

Kid Critics Show Way to Cinema Circus

This weekend Cinema Circus heads to the West Tisbury Public Library and the Field Gallery. The films will be shown Sunday, August 3.

Forgotten Headliner Harkens Back to Sixties Folk Music Scene

As the lights in the Vineyard Playhouse dim, onstage there are three acoustic guitars, a stool and a microphone. The scene’s only backdrop, a sign reading Kettle of Fish, is projected on a screen.

Islanders Strike a Pose for Library Photo Project

By the time Eli Dagostino captured the perfect shot of Anthony Esposito, Mr. Esposito seemed close to hypnotized.

E.T. Phones the Vineyard

Moms and dads can share one of their favorites with their children as the much-loved movie E.T. The Extra Terrestrial plays at Owen Park in Vineyard Haven on Friday, August 1.

Sand Sculpture Savvy

Bring your shovels, buckets, rakes and anything else you have to the annual Sand Sculpture Contest at South Beach (right fork) on Wednesday, August 6.

Heart of Polly Hill, Talking About Conservation

Polly Hill Arboretum in West Tisbury presents two programs of note in August.

Aquinnah Public Safety Day Celebrates Rescuers

Although blue lights flashed at the Aquinnah police and fire station Saturday afternoon, there was no emergency. At Aquinnah's first ever public safety day, the biggest concern was whether the hamburger supply was low.

Possible Dreams Auction Raises Paddle for Community

Each year more than 6,000 people are served by Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, the largest human service provider on the Island.

“I always think that number is so important,” said Sandy Pimentel, a member of the board of directors. “And they never turn people away.”

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