Elizabeth Bennett

On a Mission to Feed Body and Soul
At the Island Food Pantry, operations manager Sharon Brown teaches people how to stretch 15 cents to create a dollar's worth of food in a meal.
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And to All a Good Meal This Christmas
Growing up in Edgartown, what chef Amy Johnson looked forward to most on Christmas Day wasn’t opening presents. “The food was more impressive than the gifts,” she recalled.
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Island Community Chorus Sings in Holiday Season
Chorus director Peter Boak took the stage at the Old Whaling Church Saturday and welcomed the audience with two words: “We’re back.”
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Holiday Cheer in Edgartown, Forty Years and Counting
Despite modest beginnings, Christmas in Edgartown arrives at its 
40th birthday as a major Island fundraiser.
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New Big Band Leader Has a Big Spirit
Tuesday nights concert at the performing arts center was a big night for student musicians. and for the band ensemble’s director, Ray Fallon, who joined the school’s music faculty this fall.
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Halloween Treats and Scary Delights
Halloween 2021 will see the return of some beloved Island traditions.
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Get It Before It Gets You
Got mold? Fling open the windows and follow the pros’ advice.
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Next Generation Gets Hooked Early at the Kids Derby
On Sunday morning, the mood at the Steamship Wharf in Oak Bluffs was as bright as the December holiday season or a birthday eve.
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The House That Ed Built; Edgartown School Honors Ed Jerome
On Saturday morning, well over a hundred people gathered at the Edgartown School on Robinson Road to pay tribute to former principal Edward Joseph (Ed) Jerome.
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Letting Mother Nature Lead at the Annual Wind Festival
Clear blue skies and westerly winds made a perfect environment for the 2021 Martha’s Vineyard Wind Festival Saturday.
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