Monthly Archives: May 2018

First Congregational Church hosts spring concert

The choir of the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury offers a spring concert, “Lo, the Winter Is Past,” on Sunday, June 3, at...

Academic honors

Graduation Sadie Dix of Chilmark, magna cum laude, from the University of Rochester.Alena R. Grady of Edgartown, with high honors, from Cape Cod Community College.Kamila...

Archaeology I.D. Day at the library

The West Tisbury library hosts an Archaeology I.D. Day on Saturday, June 16, from 1 to 4 pm. Bring any artifacts you may have...

Big Brothers Big Sisters hosts Blooming Bids for Kids

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands (BBBS) hosts Blooming Bids for Kids at the Field Gallery in West Tisbury on...

Vineyard Montessori School announces new preschool teacher

Vineyard Montessori School (VMS), an independent, nonprofit school serving children pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, is pleased to announce that Caroline Pecker has been hired...

Bridge Results

At the May 21, 1:15 pm game of the Edgartown Bridge Club, seven tables were in play. First place in the north-south direction went...

Honoring the past, looking to the future

Sodden skies on May 20 did nothing to dampen the spirit that filled Grace Episcopal Church in Vineyard Haven that morning. Worshippers celebrated not...

Aquinnah: MV United Travel Soccer

The MV United Travel Soccer team brought some extremely talented soccer players to the Bridgewater Memorial Day Tournament this weekend. On Saturday, the temperature...

‘Martha’s Vineyard Tales’ by Chris Baer

Chris Baer is like a bottomless well of Martha’s Vineyard arcana. He has been publishing his column, “This Was Then,” in the Times since...

Wild Side: Dance flies

I’ve written before about my growing fascination with flies — that is, the insect order Diptera — and I’m sorry to report that the...

Menemsha’s Creekville Antiques carries treasures and art from long ago

It's Creekville Antiques’ second season on Basin Road in Jane Slater's Old South Antiques space. You might say it was a welcome home for...

There’s a new store in town

Eric Coles and Mark Chung moved to Oak Bluffs from Brooklyn last November after falling hard for the Vineyard 20 years ago. In New...

Oak Bluffs: High school reunion is coming up

A mixed-weather Memorial Day weekend took place, where celebrations managed to happen in between the days of almost 90° weather on Saturday, with a...

Celebrating the notorious ‘RBG’

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary “RBG” opens at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center this weekend, starting Thursday, May 31, at 6:45 pm. Not only...

West Tisbury: Memorial Day memories

This is another one of those columns I’m typing one-fingered, supporting the laptop with my other hand to keep it off the orange cat...

A night to remember

Walking into Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Wednesday, May 23, one could easily mistake the crowded halls for any upscale art gallery opening,...

Tisbury: Fish stories and celebrations

Heard on Main Street: It's never too late to have a happy childhood. Just remember that the second one is up to you and...

New mobile health clinic arrives

To the Editor:Island Health Care (IHC) Community Health Center in Edgartown recently received a donation of a mobile health clinic. The van arrived last...

Signs, signs, everywhere signs

There are too many signs on Main Street in Vineyard Haven and they’re too big — something Ray Tattersall, the town’s DPW director, wants...

Vegetarian favorites

It’s getting easier to find places that accomodate all diets. We’ve reached a point where the better question is, Which one to pick? To...