Elizabeth Bennett

Island Farm Bureau Lays Out Agenda With State Officials
Two topics dominated when the Martha’s Vineyard Farm Bureau recently hosted state representatives: housing and the possibility of building an animal processing facility on the Island.
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Island Community Chorus Fosters Fellowship Through Song
A sense of renewal was in the air and on the program as the Island Community Chorus took the stage at the Old Whaling Church this weekend.
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Rescued by Ruby Captures the Heart
Rescued by Ruby, a new Netflix movie that premiered March 17 and is based on the story of heroic shelter dog, was executive produced by Edgartown residents SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt.
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Muskeget Island: A Bellwether for Changing Ecosystems
When Islanders think about beach erosion, grey seals may not be what comes to mind as a leading cause. But seals are top of mind for Crocker Snow.
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ACE MV Follows Up on Rural Scholars Study
In a followup to the Rural Scholars study of young adults last fall, ACE MV has issued a white paper.
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New Drawings by Jack Ryan
A new exhibit of art by Jack Ryan opens at the West Tisbury Library on Monday March 7. A reception will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
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For Worn, Author Kept Following the Thread of the Story
Sofi Thanhauser's new book, Worn: A People’s History of Clothing, tracks the social history of five main fabrics — linen, cotton, silk, synthetics and wool.
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Good Neighbors, Good Partners
Vineyard nonprofits harness the power of collaboration to bring Islanders help, hope and resources.
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Before the Lambs Arrive It’s Time to Shear the Ewes
On Saturday morning, the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society and Slough Farm hosted sheep shearer Siri Swanson, owner of Yankee Rock Farm in Orwell, Vt.
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Mo's Lunch Finds Its Groove at the PA Club
Since Mo's Lunch opened at the Portuguese American Club it has become an Island mainstay.
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