Red Stocking is a long-standing effort to provide food and clothing to Island children from birth through grade eight. Approximately 280 children...
The Vineyard Committee on Hunger, along with Reliable Market and several Vineyard houses of worship, are working together again this year to...
Habitat Will Raise Roof Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard is seeking volunteers with roofing experience to help with its fifth house this...
Morning Glory Farm Set To Air on Television Program Jim and Debbie Athearn of Morning Glory Farm have received word that their farm is scheduled...
Kitty Dukakis, the former first lady of Massachusetts and wife of 1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis, will be on the Vineyard...
drama students
Catch a sneak preview of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s upcoming fall theatre workshops on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m...
Alabama singer-songwriter Malcolm Singleton is playing Friday night at Offshore Ale Company in Oak Bluffs, and Saturday at the Wharf in Edgartown...
Kids Adorn Arboretum Polly Hill Arboretum youth educators Betsy Dripps, Gretchen Snyder and volunteer school guides have teamed up with the West...
THE DAY THE EARTH CAVED IN: An American Mining Tragedy. By Joan Quigley. Random House. 2007. Hardcover. 223 pages. Before he began sinking into...
Environmental medicine specialist Dr. Lisa Nagy will discuss the causes, symptoms, complications and treatments for chemical sensitivity at the...
Learn more about your family, your community and the Island around us: explore methods of conducting oral history interviews in a workshop at the...
Fifty-two walkers completed the Island’s eighth annual, four-mile Miles of Memories Alzheimer’s Walk on Sunday, Oct. 14. The fastest participants...

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