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    Safe harbors

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    Beacons on hilltops have guided mariners to safe harbor since the dawn of recorded history, and when Martha’s Vineyard was an important port for whale ships and other seafarers, lighthouses showed the way safely...

    Down on the farm

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    Native Earth Teaching Farm is a little slice of heaven offering the opportunity to step into a gentler pace and space. While it’s the perfect place for families, don’t be fooled, adults will have...

    History lessons

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    That treasure that sits on top of the hill in Vineyard Haven, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, isn’t slowing down — it’s rolling right into a robust fall. There are bountiful offerings of exhibitions, events,...

    An artists’ co-op

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    Twelve years ago a group of like-minded artists and artisans decided to pull together their resources and establish a cooperative gallery. Despite some turnover in participants over the years, the Night Heron Gallery is...

    Turning Vineyard Haven into Art Haven

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    Vineyard Haven has long been known as the entryway to Martha’s Vineyard — a place to land on the ferry and depart the Island for “America.” There are a group of like-minded individuals who are trying...

    Over the hills and fore away

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    It can be tough for folks who first visit Martha’s Vineyard to visualize another smaller and even more rustic Island just a stone's throw away (maybe literally, if you’ve got a good arm). Even tougher...

    Don’t Miss Events: Sept. – Nov. 2022

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    Sept. 6 to 11: M.V. International Film Festival, Film Center, Vineyard Haven Become immersed in some of the best films from around the world that have memorable imagery and captivating stories. This annual festival will...

    Shopping without your wallet

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    The parking lot was filled last Saturday at the Dumptique, next to the West Tisbury transfer station. Customers hustled inside ready to find buried treasure, a good book to read, or even a rolling...

    If these walls could talk

    The humble red and brown brick façade of the Carnegie Heritage Center in Edgartown harks back to a day when Dr. Daniel Fisher and the Vincents were some of the wealthiest and most prominent...

    Puttin’ on the Ritz

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    The Ritz is back up and running, and there are all sorts of fun opportunities for trivia, karaoke, and live music shows. “It’s really going great,” Ritz MV owner Larkin Stallings told The Times. “We...