Yearly Archives: 2014

Brush it off: Create and Cocktail classes inspire creativity

Group painting classes on Martha’s Vineyard are a hit.

Elisa Brickner Poetry Contest marks 20 years inspiring youth

When Elisa Brickner died at age 17 in a 1973 horseback riding accident, it was a tragedy for all who knew and loved her. But...

Rich orange palette in Mark Zeender’s abstract landscapes

Washington-based painter Mark Zeender brings a stunning palette of burnt sienna, tangerine, and amber to his handsome abstract landscapes now on display at Cousen...

Bargain books for sale at West Tisbury School

The annual West Tisbury Library book sale runs from this Friday, August 1, to Monday, August 4. Thousands of new and used books, audiobooks,...

The chef’s story: James McDonough of Lambert’s Cove Inn, Farm, and...

Martha’s Vineyard has no shortage of restaurants and behind each one, there’s a top-of-the-line chef. The Times decided to get to know these epicurean...

At the French Doors is a portal to the past

Jane Peters has always had an appreciation for beauty, and she has channeled her aesthetic sense into a number of businesses in her lifetime....

Something old, something new: A Kib Bramhall retrospective at Granary Gallery

Kib Bramhall painted his first landscape at the age of 15 in an art class where he discovered, much to his surprise, that he...

Rueling the canvas: Artist Colin Ruel of West Tisbury

Colin Ruel’s abstract and landscape work takes the viewer on a shamanic journey.

Oak Bluffs downtown revitalization committee begins outreach campaign

People were saying that we have to clean it up,” she said. “Clean and repair but not change the character of the town. We had to preserve the unique character of the town.

Oak Bluffs takes speed limit into its own hands

At the direction of police, highway crews changed the speed limit from 45 to 35 miles per hour along Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road without required state authorization.