Monthly Archives: May 2017

Sweet Life, sweeter than ever

Is it too early to say I’ve already had the best meal of my 2017 summer? It’s the first week of June, and I’m...

Plantain Linguiça Breakfast Hash

If you’re looking for a breakfast recipe that’s inspired by the Caribbean, or if you just love plantains as much as I do, this...

Harbor View’s Celebration of Pets

From furry to feathered to even scaly, Harbor View Hotel and the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard welcome all pet owners and animal lovers...

Blissed Out in Vineyard Haven

Eating healthy is no longer a trend but a way of life for many people. With this in mind, I decided to stop into...

Islanders Read the Classics: Philip Weinstein on Beckett

When you have a chance to witness an expert at work, why not take it, especially if it’s free of charge? Islanders who like...

Remember the ladies

“Remember the Ladies” has become one of the most famous lines Abigail Adams ever penned. More than 200 years later, Jennifer McHugh’s third grade...

Voluptuous Torso

She must have screamedwhen the photographer,perfecting beauty, amputatedhead and arms and legs.You take the torso,I’ll take the scream.There is no other wayto get myself...

Wild Side: The frosted elfin

Handily the high point of my year so far was getting good — well, decent — photos of a butterfly I’ve been unable to...

Chilmark: Creekville opening

I may have wished for warmer weather and more sun, but the holiday weekend brought out runners, bicycle packs, families enjoying our beaches, kids...

Oak Bluffs: Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend started off with great weather that was enjoyed by visitors, boaters, and everyone, with streets and harbors overflowing. However, it started...

Edgartown: Busy time at Felix Neck

I hope everyone enjoyed the long Memorial Day Weekend. The March to the Sea parade and ceremony on Friday ended up being a March...

Aquinnah: Restaurant and gallery openings

Updated May 30, 11 pmMemorial Day did not disappoint. The weather was iffy (downright cold at times), but the population of Martha’s Vineyard swelled,...

Sense of Wonder spring art show benefits Haiti

Sense of Wonder creative arts camp hosts an art show and benefit on Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10, from 1 to 5...

Pictures speak a thousand words

Photographer Michael Blanchard has a new project. Over the past four years, he has managed to build up a huge following on Facebook, establish...

West Tisbury selectmen form video pact with VTA

West Tisbury’s selectmen voted unanimously Wednesday evening allow for the installation of at least two wireless cameras on town hall property — one within...

Artist Rick Fleury makes his way back to the Vineyard

There have been a lot of instances of synchronicity in the life of artist Rick Fleury. One of those events brought him to the...

‘Risk’ highlights whistleblower

Filmmaker Laura Poitras takes on WikiLeaks and Julian Assange in her new documentary “Risk,” playing this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. Her...

West Tisbury: So much art

West Tisbury was bustling all weekend. The Family Planning Show at the Ag Hall, the first of the season Artisans Festivals at the Grange,...

Tisbury: Heard on Main Street

updated May 31, 10:35 amHeard on Main Street: Kids in the back seat cause accidents. Accidents in the back seat cause kids.Take a hike...

Bridge results

Results from the 1:15 pm game at the Edgartown Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven on May 22 were not available, and will be reported...