Elizabeth Bennett

Giving Voice to the Outsiders
On Jan. 28, filmmakers Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth, along with the programmers at PathwaysArts, offer Island residents an opportunity to hear from voices not often heard from in mainstream society.
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Hanukkah Comes to the Tabernacle
In the dark of this Sunday evening, a candle will shine brightly at the Tabernacle, marking the start of the festival of Hanukkah.
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'Tis the Season in Vineyard Haven
This weekend, Vineyard Haven begins its 'Tis the Season events, which will be held through the end of the month.
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Make a Wreath at Polly Hill Arboretum
Polly Hill Arboretum invites the community to its grounds on Dec. 3 for its second annual Holiday Wreath Celebration.
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Climate Cafe Puts Advocacy on the Menu
The Climate Cafe discussion about storm and emergency preparedness was led by local high school students on Sunday morning.
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Rural Scholars Find Gaps in Services for Homebound Seniors
Better communication, more collaboration and new training programs are all needed to improve services for elderly Islanders who are homebound, a new report from the Rural Scholars has found.
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Halloween Events Cater to All Ages
With Halloween falling on a Monday this year, the coming weekend will feel like a three-day holiday.
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Indigenous Peoples Day Gathering Asks for Commitment
A strong sense of local history was omnipresent as local Wampanoag leaders at an Indigenous People's Day event at Felix Neck spoke about the painful history of colonialism and genocide that the tribe has endured.
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At the Helm
In season, executive chef Scott Grewe steers the kitchen crew at the Outermost Inn; off-season, he and his wife Elizabeth live aboard their 36-foot sloop.
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Documentary Digs into Great Ponds
On Saturday, Sept. 24 audiences get another chance to see the documentary Great Ponds, Episode 1: On Our Watch.
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