Martha's Vineyard Running Again After Losing Power Saturday
Bill Eville
The ferry Martha’s Vineyard resumed service on Monday morning with the 7 a.m. run from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven, the Steamship Authority confirmed.
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Giant Turtle, Werewolf, Spiders? All Part of the Neverending Story
Bill Eville
On Sunday, director Heather Capece sits next to the stage at the Katharine Cornell Theatre for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School’s first dress rehearsal for their play, The Neverending Story.
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Vineyard Filmmakers Nominated for Academy Award
Bill Eville
Kate Davis and David Heilbroner were nominated for an Academy Award for their documentary short Traffic Stop. They will walk the red carpet with the subject of their film, Breaion King.
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Going Back to the Mean Streets of New York City
Bill Eville
Photographer Edward Grazda gives a talk on Friday night at Pathways about his new book, Mean Streets NYC 1970-1985.
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Island Mourns in Aftermath of Fatal Car Accident
Bill Eville
On Saturday, the day after Jake Baird, a senior at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, died in a car accident, a large group of friends, teachers and mentors gathered at Alex's Place to remember him.
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Deejay Jess Phaneuf Returns to WMVY
Bill Eville

The popular deejay Jess Phaneuf will return to Island radio station WMVY late this month, with both on-air and off-air duties and a new title of music director.

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Christmas Care Package Has Warm Coats for Island Veterans
Bill Eville

Jo Ann Murphy, director of veteran’s services on the Island, has received a donation of winter coats and is is working hard to get them to Island veterans.

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Rev. Alden Besse, Spiritual Leader, Dies at 93
Bill Eville

The Rev. Alden Besse, pastor, sailor, president of the Martha’s Vineyard Peace Council and spiritual leader of the Vineyard Crop Walk, died on Dec. 13.

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Murdick's Fudge, Where the Holiday Sweet Tooth Reigns
Bill Eville
Fudge may seem synonymous with summer but the holiday rush is heavy too at Murdick's Fudge. On a recent afternoon, Double Chocolate had the lead for a brief moment but S’mores soon beat it out for number one.
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Cape Wind Pulls Out of Nantucket Sound Wind Farm Project
Bill Eville
Cape Wind has officially pulled out of its bid to develop a wind farm in Nantucket Sound, bringing an end to the controversial project.
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