Louisa Hufstader

What About Wallpaper?

Consider this: It doesn’t have to be the main event or cover every room. Using wallpaper as an accent can add character and personality to any design project.

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Steamship General Manager Gets a Raise

Robert Davis received a 4 per cent salary increase, retroactive to July 1, following his annual performance review by the boat line board of governors Tuesday.

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Planners Suggest Changes to Tisbury Town Government

Judi Barrett, of Barrett Planning Group in Hingham, last week recommended adding a new town hall department for planning and sustainability and changing municipal leadership from a town administrator to a town manager.

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MVC Considers West Tisbury Subdivision

Brothers Paul S. Bangs, James D. Bangs and Charles D. Bangs are asking to create six 3.95-acre building lots and one 1.37-acre affordable housing lot, along with a 1.22-acre right of way, on their late father Stuart Bangs’s woodlot that stretches from Old Coach Road to Nip ’n’ Tuck Lane.

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Teachers Art Show Highlights Educators' Gifts

Galaxy Gallery in Oak Bluffs, home of the nonprofit Martha’s Vineyard Center for the Visual Arts, celebrates the Island’s art teachers this month with a show by more than a dozen current and retired arts educators.

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Island MCAS Scores Mirror State Post-Pandemic Trend

After a promising 2022 performance in the first full round of standardized testing since before Covid-19, Martha’s Vineyard public schools now have some catching up to do.

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ArtCliff Diner Is Back on the Menu

The ArtCliff Diner in Vineyard Haven reopened Thursday after an almost two-year closure for renovations. Its Beach Road parking lot was full 15 minutes before opening time at 7 a.m.

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Tisbury School Takes Shape; Progress and Costs Stay on Schedule

As 2023 began, the Tisbury School was a shell of century-old bricks and mortar, stripped of its fixtures and ankle-deep in rubble. This month, workers installed the final steel beam for a two-story gym and cafeteria addition.

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ArtCliff Diner to Reopen Later This Month

The ArtCliff Diner in Vineyard Haven, a Beach Road fixture since 1943, is set to reopen Sept. 21 after a nearly two-year renovation.

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Stina Sayre to Embrace Winds of Change

Fashion designer Stina Sayre, long known for her elegantly-draped, easy to wear women’s clothing, is preparing to close her Vineyard Haven showroom and studio later this fall.

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