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Poet’s Corner: August Evolving

A far more simple life, some say,with cocktails for a grand.Cut farmers' market's vibrant blooms,decline in rusted cans.Wise diplomats, keen journalists,deep psychoanalystssip pinot and...

Martha’s Vineyard court report August 11-25

August 11, 2014Charisse L. Brossard, Washington, DC; DOB 6/5/65, OUI-liquor or .08%: continued without finding for one year, the Defendant is to attend the...

Edgartown: Checking off summer bucket list

It’s time to make a list and get all those last-minute summer things done before it’s too late! I’ve made it to most of...

Oak Bluffs: Police chief to walk for Jimmy Fund

Are things any quieter? A bit perhaps. The sounds of helicopters roaring overhead late Sunday evening signaled the departure of the President and his...

Aquinnah: Countdown begins

Back to school in seven days, Chilmark Chocolates reopens in seven days as well, and Labor Day is of course this Monday. I think...

Chilmark: Library announces poetry contest winners

The season is winding down, nights have an added chill as the temperature drops, the Ag Fair has packed up, the last Chilmark Flea...

Island schools open next week

On Thursday, September 4, it's off the beaches and onto buses for students in Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) and the Martha's Vineyard Public...

Roberts Way will be open to Edgartown emergency responders evenings and weekends

Concerned about response time to emergencies, Edgartown police and fire department officials are negotiating with the contractor building the new library to reopen Roberts...

Tisbury: What a grand weekend at the Fair

What a wonderful Fair! We always enjoy the Blue Hills music. Kids of all ages tried their skill at the recyclaphone too.The quilts showed...

Legends win Oak Bluffs Summer Basketball League

The Legends won the Oak Bluffs Mens Summer League title, defeating the Money Team, 74-63. The Legends were hot from beyond the arc in...

Propelled by volunteers, ‘Peter Pan’ soared

Between August 16 and 24, Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) presented Peter Pan at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Performing Arts Center. Featuring its ever-youthful...

The same, but different: Two theater readings at M.V. Playhouse

The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse winds up its season of Monday Night Specials (play readings featuring professional actors) with two new works. On Monday, Sept....

Nine artists explore abstraction at Louisa Gould Gallery

Louisa Gould Gallery opens its seventh annual abstract show on Friday, August 29, with the work of nine women. They are Tracy Spadafora, Susan...

Tribal Baroque: Opera for the millennium

One of New York City's most often witnessed and most talked-about performances is coming to the Vineyard this weekend. New York-based street performers S....

Classic 12 meters provided a classic thrill for yacht club members

Columbia and Heritage raced in Island waters and evoked the spirit of the America’s Cup.

Three generations of Moore art on display at M.V. Museum

The latest exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, which opens on August 29, featuring three generations of artists from one family. Although a little...

Tisbury Car Show on Sunday

“This is an all-Island car show,” Tisbury firefighter and show organizer Ken Maciel told The Times. “We had 87 cars last year, and hopefully we'll have more this year. It's the owners' chance to show them off.”

Early Canada goose season begins Tuesday, Sept. 2

The Massachusetts early Canada goose hunting season begins Tuesday, Sept. 2, one half hour before sunrise and ends at sunset on Tuesday, Sept. 25....