The 30th anniversary of the Island's a cappella group Vineyard Sound will be celebrated on Saturday with an alumni concert at the Tabernacle.


A federal lawsuit filed in Connecticut alleges that the preppy fashion wear brand fostered a discriminatory workplace culture.


The pink whale is coming to Vineyard Haven. Vineyard Vines will open a new store on Main street Vineyard Haven in the building that once housed Midnight Farm and the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore.


Shep and Ian Murray sat in a pair of white Adirondack chairs on the front stone patio of Vineyard Vines in Edgartown. Both were barefoot. A pair of Crocs, blue for Shep, gray for Ian, sat next to the chairs. They wore khaki shorts and blue-accented shirts, a polo for Shep, untucked button-down for Ian. They looked like any other pair of brothers on the Island in August.


On behalf of both the Tisbury and the Edgartown School eighth grade classes I would like to thank Vineyard Vines of Edgartown for hosting their Shop for a Cause events. On two separate days Vineyard Vines offered shoppers a discount, while giving a portion of their sales to each eighth grade class, respectively. Vineyard Vines offered food, fun and holiday cheer to shoppers while helping Island youth realize their dreams of a trip to Washington, D.C. in the spring.


Vineyard Vines Spread

A second Island Vineyard Vines retail store is opening, adding an Oak Bluffs location to its Edgartown location. The new store, at 56 Narragansett avenue, will have complete offerings for men, women and children along with some exclusive Vineyard and Oak Bluffs-specific apparel. Ian Murray, chief executive and cofounder with his brother, Shep, said, “We hope Islanders and visitors alike will come ... and we’re optimistic for a great season for everyone on the Vineyard.”