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Reel Picks: More about movies playing this week

A story built around the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud that gives birth to psychoanalysis.

Leather love: Rebeccah J. turns hobby to business

Ms. Clark's new leather line started with making gifts for friends & family. She started in 2006 when she began making bags & wallets for herself.

MVRHS drama class creates a musical from an Irish fairy tale

Martha's Vineyard Regional High School drama class adapts an Irish mermaid story, with original music and performs for elementary school students.

Sports Highlights

The Vineyard Tennis Center hosted the Winter Classic Tennis Tournament January 20-22.

Vineyard girls fall to Bishop Stang

The Vineyard girls varsity basketball team traveled to North Dartmouth Friday and dropped a 54-43 decision to league foe Bishop Stang.

Sandwich, Barnstable skate past Vineyard girls

The girls varsity hockey team laced up the skates with two of the best teams in Eastern Massachusetts last week.

Vineyard Mites, Squirts second at Ryan Mone Tourney

The Vineyard Mites and Squirts B teams were runners-up in the annual Ryan Mone youth hockey tourney at MV Arena last weekend.

Vineyard rocks Bishops Feehan and Stang to clinch tourney berth

The Vineyarders rallied from a 17-2 deficit to stun Bishop Feehan 64-57 Tuesday night in an Eastern Athletic Conference showdown in Attleboro.

Thanks to everyone

I thank everyone who cared for me during my most recent visit to the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

More to be gained

At the end of one full year's electrical production from the solar panels on Tisbury's capped landfill, the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC) will have sent the town checks totaling approximately $60,000.

Frivolous lawsuit

This is a copy of a letter sent to the West Tisbury selectmen.

State law and waterfront property

I am writing this letter to correct two factual errors in your article dated January 5,

Spectacular hospital, limited services

We are dealing with a high-risk pregnancy and need to be monitored at Mass General, understandably so.

Aircraft maintenance facility needed here

As a member of the Martha's' Vineyard aviation community for 28 years, still flying an aircraft weekly in and out of our airport, may I express our condolences from all the aviators that were saddened by the recent loss of two

Sharing among shellfishermen

Sharing is the right thing to do.

Adequate cell service needed everywhere

I think recent events mandate full and reliable cell phone coverage in the up-Island towns.

Early Childhood care – your ideas needed

On December 5, 2011, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School committee voted to begin phasing out the Early Childhood Vocational Program and along with it, the Martha's Vineyard Family Center at the high school, as of January 2014.