“Scandal’s Heiress” by Amelia Smith, Split Rock Books, 315 pages. “Eddystone Light” by Amelia Smith, Split Rock Books, 103 pages. Both available at Bunch of Grapes, Alley’s General Store, and online. “Scandal’s Heiress” is no bodice-ripper, although a steamy make-out scene aboard an English frigate sets the plot in motion for the romance to follow. […]
Island Grown Schools (IGS) will host leaders in the field of seed conservation, and interested community members, for a potluck and “Seed School” starting Sunday. With interest in local food production increasing every year along with accelerated concerns about genetically modified foods and threats to our food supply due to droughts and other adverse conditions, […]
Their whimsical depictions of codfish works accompany an exhibit by artist Andrew Newman.
The daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash will perform on the Vineyard in July.
“Ernest and Celestine,” a children’s animated film, plays this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. Returning is the Indian film, “The Lunchbox,” and “Locke,” the second live simulcast in the New York Film Critics National Series, will be screened on Tuesday, April 29. Based on the Gabrielle Vincent book series, “Ernest and Celestine” is […]
Your soft touch melts me. My heart opens — oh, the possibilities… the warmth. But then, all has changed. Your tone is cold. The soft caress gone, your ardor replaced by a numbing chill. Soon, the glow returns. You lull me again with sweetness, but then follow with cold disdain. Yet I have accepted each […]
If you happen to be in New York City, take a look around a charming little gift shop on the Upper West Side and you’ll find among the stock work by a handful of Vineyarders and former Vineyarders. Sylvia Parker, owner of the store Magpie, opened the shop two years ago with the idea of […]
The members of the RISE dance troupe competed on April 12 in Bellingham.
Here hangs poor shell-less Egg Heart, vulnerable and fragile, newborn, supported only by her membrane just above her shattered, yet familiar prison shell, disassembled in chaos below. She waits for new forms, not like shells or prisons, seeking them, sometimes in the wrong places, such as in the soft, dark eyes of pretend lovers and […]
The American Red Cross is holding a community blood drive from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm on Tuesday, April 22, at the Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs. Call 800-733-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment.