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“Read Me Differently” tells family tale of learning disabilities

Ms. Entine will attend the Vineyard Haven screening, on October 11, and answer questions.

Hair Studio in Vineyard Haven talks feather extenstions

The newest hair trend is going strong on the Island, and not just among visitors.

Martha’s Vineyard Fashion Week line-up

Style will be front & center starting Sept. 19 as a week-long series of events includes fashion shows, fashion-themed nights at bars, and trunk shows.

Find a moment of peace in a frantic life

"Aware, Awake, Alive" is the perfect introduction for anyone wanting to understand what meditation is, how to do it, and how it can make a difference.

Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council hosts first Tashmoo competition

This past weekend the MV Horse Council hosted the first Tashmoo 2-phase competition.

Sports highlights

In the past the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School football team has frequently opened its season with a game versus the Old Rochester Bulldogs.

Vineyard falls to Bishop Stang in EAC field hockey opener

The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School field hockey team opened its home schedule, Tuesday, against arch-rival and perennial Eastern Athletic Conference power Bishop Stang of North Dartmouth.

Feehan dominates MV Invitational, Vineyarders run well

Fourteen schools sent their cross country teams to the Vineyard for the fifth annual Martha's Vineyard Invitational on Saturday.

The 34th George Moffett race

Forty boats came to the starting line Saturday.

Vineyard flowers for a Vineyard wedding

By choosing to use locally grown flowers, you can take advantage of the natural gifts of the Vineyard and give your wedding more of a local feel.

Vineyard wedding and event concierge opens studio

India Rose, a Vineyard native, opened the doors this past summer at M.V. Wedding Studio, a free, one-stop shopping resource for all things festive.

Kids Derby day is Sunday on Martha’s Vineyard

The Kids Mini-Derby is Sunday, Sept. 18, from 6 to 9 am, at the Oak Bluffs Steamship pier.

Noteworthy events

The Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society 2011 Fair posters, designed by Jivonne Alley, have been reprinted.

Reel Picks

In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.

The Art of Fiber opens at Featherstone

Curated by Julia Mitchell, The Art of Fiber, opens Sunday, September 18, at Featherstone, featuring the work of 18 artists.

Close up at Martha’s Vineyard Glassworks

Pumpkins, by Martha's Vineyard Glassworks.

Do the right thing for seniors

I read in this weeks MV Times about Oak Bluffs' proposed cuts for the senior center.

Catherine P. Blair

Catherine "Kits" Pomeroy Blair, 85, long-time resident of Oak Bluffs, died from sepsis on September 8, 2011, at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.