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Adult Ed on Martha’s Vineyard

As Lynn Ditchfield, director of Adult and Community Education of Martha's Vineyard (ACE MV), prepares to launch a third season offering a roster of classes to Islanders of all stripes, ages, and interests, she notes that the organization is coming closer to fulfilling her vision for it.

Elitists’ beach

This one is a week late.

Fisher Poet visits Chilmark Library

David Densmore, a founder of the West Coast Fisher Poet movement, will speak at the Chilmark Library this coming Wednesday, Sept.

Raspberry picking on Martha’s Vineyard

"Raspberries" is hand painted in red on the sign in front of Mermaid Farm, but you'll only see it if you are driving down-Island on Middle Road.


A story published in the September 16 issue of The Times, "Fans Flood Film Fest," incorrectly identified the photographer responsible for the photograph featuring Justin Semahoro Kimenyerwa.

Oak Bluffs

The best was saved for us.


"Ordering businesses to close is highly unusual .

Congrats all around

Congratulations Karl Nelson, your 8th grade science class scored number one in the state with MCAS.


Albies, bonito, and stripers, Oh my! That's right, it is officially Derby season, and the word of the day is "fish.


I can't believe there is only one more week left in September.

Show openings

Featherstone Center for the Arts, 4 to 6 pm.

Ann Smith is named new director at Featherstone

Featherstone Center for the Arts announced Monday that Francine Kelly had resigned after eight years at the helm of the nonprofit.

Robert W. Hart Jr.

Robert W.


Is it really the last week in September? Wasn't I just complaining about August? Driving down Old County Road I saw one tree whose leaves had changed.

Fish: Catching the look and spirit

Water and its resident animals have had a primal connection to humans for more than two million years, sustaining our bodies and nourishing our souls.

Applause for teacher and students

Congratulations to the entire eighth grade and Karl Nelson, their eighth grade science teacher, on bringing honor and distinction to the West Tisbury School.

A wonderful evening of music

Thanks so much to the Island community for joining us at the recent Wintertide Coffeehouse Reunion Concert, for the benefit of the Alexandra Gagnon Teen Center.

Please approve the fishing pier

Most readers of these pages will by now be aware that a public fishing pier has been proposed to be located in Oak Bluffs between the Steamship pier and the Oak Bluffs harbor jetty.

Emergency management has limits, and trust is key

I have followed with interest the recent articles and online comments on the issue of road closures during hurricane Earl.

No man cave is complete without a throne

A man's home is his castle but a proper recliner is his throne.