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Vineyard Montessori to offer full-year program

Vineyard Montessori School is unveiling a summer-school program designed to meet daycare needs for ages “2.9” (nearly 3) to 6. They’re running a half-day...

Sandwiches and seafood galore

The Aquinnah Shop is arguably one of the Island’s most remote restaurants. Situated on the westernmost point of the Island and a 45-minute drive...

After 18: Herding elephants in Thailand

If the school year started out at a sprint, then it finished at the speed of light. Before I knew it, all my exams...

Catching up with Kenworthy

Kenworthy Design has grown by swimming against the fashion industry’s current. The Oak Bluffs–based mother-daughter company makes limited runs of their patterns, sews by...

Vineyard Cup will highlight sculptures made from ocean debris

Basia Goszczynska will make her Island debut at Sail MV’s upcoming Vineyard Cup. The New York–-based artist will make two sculptures out of locally...

Technology is changing news at a rapid pace

It was standing room only at the season’s inaugural lecture for the Summer Institute Speaker Series. “You have Guttenberg on one side,” said Bruce...

After 18: Sophia McCarron

Every year The MV Times asks four recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Sophia McCarron...

After 18: Sophia McCarron

Every year The MV Times asks four recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Sophia McCarron...

After 18: Sophia McCarron

Every year The MV Times asks four recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Sophia McCarron...

Historic court case has implications for property values

Aquinnah property values are in for a major change after the ruling in the Kitras/Decoulos case made a large tract of land off Moshup...

Aquinnah town hall break-in creates questions of workload and security

Discussions became tense at a Wednesday morning Aquinnah selectmen’s meeting, called to examine a break-in of the town hall on Saturday.According to a police...

After 18: Sophia McCarron

Every year The MV Times asks four recent high school graduates to write about their experiences during their first year after graduation. Sophia McCarron...

Shining service at Chilmark Tavern

When one of my favorite cream-colored sweaters was splashed with red wine covering most of the front, there was no better place to be...

Nauti Cow: Liquid nitrogen is a cool addition to your ice cream

Nitrogen strikes again. The fast-freezing food craze that gave rise to nitro-brew coffee now has a new face on-Island. Nauti Cow opened recently in...

Thousands of Boston protesters mostly peaceful last weekend

Counter-protests in Boston swelled to 40,000 in response to a free speech rally held Saturday on the Boston Common.A marching band played songs in...

Hard to avoid what’s happening in Charlottesville

The Charlottesville protests colored Ms. Foundation’s discussion on its new report, “Justice Doesn’t Trickle Down: How Radicalized and Gendered Rules are Holding Women Back.”“It’s...

Sarah Chayes on government corruption and its implications

Corruption was the word of the hour at the final talk in the 2017 Summer Institute Speaker Series at the Hebrew Center last week....

Help for a sister island in need

Ile-à-Vache, an island off Haiti’s southwest coast, welcomed four new honorary community members on Saturday, Islanders Nat and Pam Benjamin, Sequoia Sun, and Craig...

No smoke and mirrors at Sea Smoke, just terrific BBQ

The upshot after a recent visit to Sea Smoke BBQ, across the street from Tony’s Market in Oak Bluffs, is simple: Impeccable, classic barbecue....

From one campaign to another, Myers and Plouffe discuss 2016

It was a meeting of the minds at the Hebrew Center on Thursday night. Former Romney campaign manager Beth Myers discussed with former Obama...