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The Martha's Vineyard Times

The Martha's Vineyard Times is a weekly publication.
October 6, 2005 - October 12, 2005 Edition
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October 6 , 2005

Jazz in OB

Saturday night the Alvin Terry Trio will be performing at The Exchange, the intimate club-like venue on Dukes County Ave. in Oak Bluffs.

Rodney Ward has been filling the Exchange with top-notch jazz musicians, and this concert won't disappoint. Tickets, available at the door, are $18 and the seating is limited so get there early. The concert starts at 8 pm. The Exchange is at 116 Dukes County Ave.

Looking to fill its pages

Martha's Vineyard Writing, a twice-yearly journal showcasing Island writing and poetry, is calling for submissions of poetry, essays, stories, articles, reviews, or more.

The deadline for the May 2006 issue is January 15, 2006. For submission information e-mail: criggs@vineyard.net, or mail inquires to Martha's Vineyard Writing, P.O. Box 723, West Tisbury, MA 02575.

Sugarbowl's debut

Tonight at the Ritz Café, the Island's newest rock trio will debut. Members Kim Hilliard, Slim Bob, and Chris Seidel will be playing Ms. Hilliard's original tunes and also cover some blues favorites.

Don't miss them tonight at 10 pm.

Chocolate time


Chocolate frenzy at last year's festival at Featherstone.
Photo by Diana Waring

Featherstone Center for the Arts has a sweet tooth. Do you? If you love chocolate, the second annual Chocolate Festival is calling you. This weekend the center will explore the Art of Chocolate through sculptures, demonstrations, and of course tasting.

Islanders will recognize confections by Cakes by Liz, Black Dog Bakery, Scottish Bakehouse, Chilmark Chocolates, and Murdick's Fudge. Also on display and for sampling will be chocolate covered cranberries, almond butter crunch, delicacies from L'Etoile in Edgartown, and a 10-pound chocolate bar will be going to a lucky winner.

The festival runs Oct. 8, 9, 10, from 1 to 4 pm; admission is $5. A preview party will be held on Friday, Oct. 7 at 7 pm; admission $25.

For more information, call 508-693-1850 or stop by the center on Barnes Road in Oak Bluffs.

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