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Edgartown: Letdown of a wild weekend

I’m writing this week in the letdown of a wild weekend. We were off-Island for most of the weekend for a dance competition, and...

Oak Bluffs: Courage

February not only is the shortest month of the year, but it is also Black History Month. After reading a few articles and watching...

‘Managing the Millennial Workforce’

On Tuesday, Feb. 6, Paul Chatelain will present a workshop titled “Managing the Millennial Workforce” at the West Tisbury library. According to a press...

Martha’s Vineyard Cancer Support Group’s Daffodil Time

Volunteers for the Martha’s Vineyard Cancer Support Group will be taking orders for bouquets of daffodils ($10 a bunch) throughout the Island until Feb....

Chilmark: Fishing film

Just the right amount of snow this week. It was a full house for the Fisherman's Preservation Trust presentation at the Chilmark library, where...

All Cape and Islands Music Festival

Six string players and 29 singers from Martha’s Vineyard participated in the All Cape and Islands Music Festival on Saturday, Feb. 3 at Barnstable...

Robert G. White

Robert G. White of Edgartown, 70, died on Jan. 30, 2018. He was the owner of Edgartown Deli for more than 30 years. He...

Bridge Results

At the Jan. 29, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club, nine pairs competed in a special game. First place went to Barbara...

Aquinnah: Cheer up

I know Sunday’s game did not turn out as most of us had hoped. It’s fair to say that mistakes were made on our...

Honoring V Day

It’s been 22 years since Eve Ensler’s episodic play “The Vagina Monologues” first hit the stage, and 20 years since she was behind helping...

Rising to the top

It was a successful trip for the Rise Dance Co. as they traveled to Lowell for the Elite Dance Challenge competition. The group presented...

Love in song

Love is power, music is its melody, and together, they’ll send chills up your spine. I reached out to four Island musicians performing in...

Creative living

Leah Crosby is a woman of many talents. She is a dancer and a choreographer, a musician and a singer, and now, with her...

Animated, Live-Action, Documentary Shorts preface the Oscars

The Oscar-nominated shorts make a pleasant run-up to the 90th Academy Awards on March 4. They arrive at the M.V. Film Center this weekend....

Barnyard Saints: Bound for home

After traveling the country for a year in the adventure wagon, Barnyard Saints Art have returned back to Martha's Vineyard. We would like to...

Take a seat

Ever tried yoga in a chair? Carolyn Kildegaard is offering a seven-session chair yoga class beginning Friday, Feb. 9, at 10 am. This free...

True romance

Pathways Arts in Chilmark is hosting an evening of romance on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 7 pm. Join them for torch songs and jazzy...

Information on 4-H

The Martha’s Vineyard Ag Society is hosting a 4-H informational meeting on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 1 pm at the Ag Hall. 4-H is...

Unbiased hearing on subdivision promised

The Lagoon Ridge subdivision is set to be explored during a public hearing on Thursday at 5 pm on the lower level of Oak...

Lorraine Shortell O’Callaghan

Lorraine Shortell O’Callaghan, widow of John D. O’Callaghan Sr., died on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, at Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.Lorraine was born on...