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Nature’s colors take center stage in new exhibit at Nikki Sedacca Gallery

The opening show of the 2018 season at the Nikki Sedacca Gallery in Edgartown is called “Feeling Fresh,” and the lightness, brightness, and soft...

Visiting Vet: Dr. Hosket

It was 1973. I was holding horses for Doc Ellis, the veterinarian who cared for the animals at the Riding Centre, a small stable...

Allen Whiting on the big screen

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival (MVFF) is teaming up with the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society (MVAS) for a screening of the original documentary “A...

Poet’s Corner: Poetry Writer’s Block

By Hannah BeecherWhen I pause to write a wordPen in hand and success assuredMy mind goes blank, my memory blurredI envision myself with tales...

Sounds of music

In the heart of downtown Oak Bluffs, above the printing shop owned by his family on Circuit Avenue, Phil daRosa has been recording, mixing,...

Oak Bluffs: Spring has sprung a leak

Spring certainly has sprung, as they say, but this year I think it has sprung a leak. The rains continue to fall, but at...

Tisbury: Safe streets

Heard on Main Street: Always keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them.I love the warm sunny days....

On the edge in Cuba

Visit the Vineyard Hebrew Center on June 10 to get a glimpse inside the lives of Alan and Joy Ganapol and their experiences in...

Tisbury Shellfish Department Family Shellfishing Day

A fun afternoon open to the public. Learn how easy it is to rake up clams.Have you ever wanted to harvest your own quahogs...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: May 28 – June 1, 2018

AquinnahMay 30, Amy L. Domini, trustee of Taylor Irrevocable Alimony & Family Trust, sold Lot 6, Lighthouse Road to Stanley Lim, trustee of the...

Avian Art: Opening reception

Starting on June 9 at 2:30 pm at the Chilmark library, Vineyard photographer Lanny McDowell will debut his series of engaging bird portraits. McDowell’s...

Faith and fame

This weekend, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will screen two documentaries: Wim Wenders’ “Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” and Matthew Miele’s “Always...

Grill happy

Chappy’s very own grilling expert, Steven Raichlen, has a new PBS program, “Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire,” and he’s published his 31st book, “Project Fire:...

A study of sisters

Emily Cavanagh, an insightful, evocative author, shared her newest book, “This Bright Beauty” with a rapt audience at the West Tisbury library on a...

Something shady

If you expect wedding bells at Victoria Trumbull’s house for her distant cousin Penny Arbuthnot, you will be sorely disappointed. A dead body hanging...

Schepici: ‘Let’s keep the dialogue going’

One year to the day that her predecessor was summarily dismissed as CEO of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, Denise Schepici stood before a crowd in...

Made on MVY: Ingrid Goff-Maidoff

Poet and artist Ingrid Goff-Maidoff has been delighting Vineyard visitors with her unique line of inspiring books, cards, and gifts for more than 20...

Edgartown selectmen delay taxi metering decision

Monday evening, Edgartown selectmen opted to push implementation of a taxi metering pilot program until after the current summer season. After listening to a...

Cell tower is needed

To the Editor:To the planning board: I am a Chappaquiddick year-round resident in strong favor of a cell tower that will give us, and...

Vision Forum tackles Tisbury projects

The Tisbury Vision Forum has scheduled a public meeting for Thursday at 6 pm at Katharine Cornell Theater to review and discuss design concepts...