Monthly Archives: May 2015

Spring Grand Wine Tasting

This weekend pop into MV Wine & Spirits on Airport Road in Edgartown and enjoy a wide selection of wines during their Spring Grand...

All-Island Elementary Spring Orchestra Concert Thursday night

The second annual All-Island Spring Orchestra Concert takes place Thursday, May 28, at 6:30 pm at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Performing Arts...

Relay for Life of MV

The Martha’s Vineyard Relay for Life will be held this Saturday, May 30, at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. The annual event, now in...

Live dance at Mytoi Garden

The Trustees of Reservations and The Yard have collaborated for the third year to feature live dance performances at Mytoi Japanese Garden on Chappaquiddick...

A night of comedy for kids with the IMPosters

IMP for Kids, the Island's improvisational theater company, has announced a new high school performance troupe, the IMPosters. According to a press release, the...

Good neighbors

To the Editor:Since moving our farm to Chappaquiddick two and a half years ago, we have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and...

The Capawock Theater reopens this weekend; the Strand is close behind

This weekend marks the reopening of the historic Capawock Theater in Vineyard Haven, which first opened in 1913 and has been shuttered the past...

How to plant like a pro

On April 25, I learned secrets of germinating seeds, and got my hands dirty digging in the soil. A week later I found out...

Last chance to see the work of Richard Limber at the West Tisbury library

Painter Richard Limber remains on display throughout the month of May at the West Tisbury library.The artist in his own words: “I don't claim,...

The other side

To the Editor:I was disappointed that The Times ran in its edition of May 21 a full-page article about the Kingsbury/Henshaw litigation (“Percolating family...

Opportunity knocks

To the Editor:Dukes County Commissioners, heads up.A great opportunity has developed with the news that an off-Island developer may purchase the 90-acre Kuppersmith property...

The cold, hard facts about veal

To the Editor:I'm writing in reference to Valerie Sonnenthal's Chilmark town news column in the Community section on May 21. Ms. Sonnenthal reports that...

Corrections in order

To the Editor:Thank you for your May 6 review of "Martha's Vineyard Basketball.” In a slight correction, the Fresno background All-City basketball player was...

Walk to honor cancer survivors

To the Editor:Has the inspirational story of a complete stranger ever moved you to tears? You may have heard of Lauren Hill, No. 22....

An unsung hero

To the Editor:I am writing on behalf of Woody Filley, the IT director of the Martha's Vineyard Public Schools.The unsung movers and shakers of...

Moving lighthouses

The Island’s smallest town has accomplished a very big feat. Today, the Gay Head Lighthouse will be inched back from the precipice it now...

MVRHS student pottery and sculpture show opens at Featherstone

Beginning with a reception this Sunday, May 31, from 4 to 6 pm, the sculpture of several Martha's Vineyard Regional High School students will...

Feed Island Art with Beetlebung and Featherstone

Featherstone and Beetlebung are teaming up to launch Feed Island Art, a Sunday dinner initiative to benefit the local arts community on the Island....

Eisenhauer Gallery celebrates a 15-year love affair with art

Take a stroll down North Water Street any Thursday evening in the summer, and awaiting you on the steps of the Vineyard Square Hotel...

Martha’s Vineyard’s sunny skies bring a health risk

Martha’s Vineyard residents and visitors enjoy the outdoors, particularly in the summer months, when people flock to Island beaches and waters. However, those pleasurable...