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Poet’s Corner: Harbor View

By Margaret Emerson we cozy into our winter rentalapartment with a viewsecond floorsqueaky doorsceilings that slantold pine floorsromantic adventure staying off-seasonafter buttoning up the cottagefor...

True life

Plucked from the morning papers and nightly news comes “The Room Where I Was Held” at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse. The tense and chilling...

Charles W. Schmidt

Charles W. Schmidt, 90, died on Tuesday morning, Sept. 25, 2018, at his home in Seven Gates Farm in West Tisbury. He was the...

Dance the night away

For a few weeks now, the Martha’s Vineyard Times has been doing a series of articles on classes and other activities available for what...

Ed Jerome

Ed Jerome, former Edgartown School principal and longtime Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby president, died on Sept. 18, 2018, after a beautiful...

Capturing life on film at 51 Art Gallery

51 Art Gallery, Teresa Kruszewski’s retail photography studio, is tucked away at 13 Beach St. extension in Vineyard Haven. This fall she decided it...

Manhattan Short Global Festival comes to the Film Center

Now in its 21st year, the Manhattan Short Film Festival runs Thursday, Sept. 27, through Saturday the 29th at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center....

Covington checks all the boxes

Light but filling. Simple but flavorful. Top notch, but affordable. Buzzing, but tastefully so. These are the kinds of contrasts I look for when...

West Tisbury: The comfort of cat love

Nelson is sleeping peacefully on my chest. I had planned to attend a couple of events over the weekend that would have given me...

The Golden Age of piracy

Eric Jay Dolin titled his new book “Black Flag, Blue Waters” with the tagline: “The epic history of America’s most notorious pirates,” which couldn’t...

Oak Bluffs: October’s ‘gorgeous forest tapestry’

“October, the extravagant sister, has ordered an immense amount of the most gorgeous forest tapestry for her grand reception.” Oh, how I wish I...

Under the microscope

Dr. Lisa Nagy was recently featured in a 2018 Netflix docuseries that delves into the world of undiagnosed diseases and chronic illnesses with no...

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution field trip

The Oak Bluffs library is sponsoring a free field trip to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution on Thursday, Sept. 27. The trip will start...

Edgartown: Beach season fading fast

Fall is in the air. And on the calendar. We are still doing our best to hold onto summer, having spent a couple of...

Darkness into Vineyard light

Join Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Island Intervention Center and members of the Island community in a walk at the Bend in the Road Beach...

Happy tails at the Portuguese American Club

The Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard recently adopted its 1,000th pet, and is inviting all Islanders to a party at the P.A. Club on...

Building leaders

Last Friday night, my daughter and I joined fellow Girl Scouts to celebrate a group of girls who were moving up from the Junior...

Court report: Sept. 10-24

Sept. 10, 2018Carla Cunningham, Vineyard Haven; DOB 3/22/71, violating abuse prevention order: continued to pretrial conference.Kiril D. Kirkov, Edgartown; DOB 2/6/96, assault and battery,...

Farm.Field.Sea. hosts retreat

Farm.Field.Sea. teams with a local chef and a garden expert on a one-day retreat "Regenerative Gardening and Feasting” on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 10...

Chilmark history

Join MVM research librarian Bow Van Riper at 5 pm at the Chilmark library on Oct. 3 for a survey of the Vineyard's most...