Chocolate Tasting

  What could be better on Valentine’s Day than a card and chocolates? Feel the love by sampling handmade chocolate, designing a special card, and...

Martha’s Vineyard events celebrate Black History Month

“Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.”  —Dr....

Scholastic Art and Writing awardwinners talk art

Last week, the Boston Globe released the results of the 2017 Massachusetts Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Twenty students from Martha’s Vineyard Regional High...

We asked artists: Where do you find your winter inspiration?

Martha’s Vineyard is a hub for artistic expression, and here at The MV Times Calendar section, we are fortunate to look into the lives...

Valentine’s pop-up

There is still plenty of time to get your Valentine’s Day shopping done, and you can support local artisans in the process. A one-day...

Local sculpture by Jay Lagemann swings all the way to New...

Vineyarders visiting New York City may get a glimpse of a familiar sight if their travels bring them over toward the West Side Highway....

John Sundman illuminates the world of sci-fi

“People deprecate science fiction as being a literature of ideas. But so is ‘Moby Dick,’” said John Sundman, who will lead the next Islanders...

Weathervane exhibit shows the winds of time on Martha’s Vineyard

Sometimes a single item from the Martha's Vineyard Museum's collection will inspire an entire exhibit. Such is the case with the current selection featured...

Shakespeare for the Masses: ‘King John’

Back by popular demand, Shakespeare for the Masses will perform a short, comedic version of “King John” on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 pm...

Myra Stark explores two novels with alternative history scenarios

Alternative history is a genre in literature that poses a question by the author, “What if things had gone this way instead of that?”...