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Scientists showcase their projects

By Adeline Hayman Seventy-four student projects were showcased at the 18th annual Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Science Fair on Saturday. An array of experiments,...

Nikeya Tankard is a giver

She sits in the center of her bright pink room in Vineyard Haven and deftly constructs a rubber-band bracelet on a Rainbow Loom. Though...

Ask Tom, the Dogcharmer: Benson Blu — ‘BB’

Dear Dogcharmer, What is the best way to train one’s dog not to chase other animals: birds, squirrels, cats, etc.? Thanks, Diana   Dear Diana, Antelope and zebras are...

Visiting Vet: Poosky

Last Sunday afternoon, leaning in a doorway at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center, waiting for State Senator Julian Cyr and State Representative Dylan Fernandes...

Garden Notes: Bright colors in a winter landscape

There is nothing like a black-and-white day of “wintry mix” to intensify the colors of the landscape. The plain palette of winter disappears, replaced...

Wild Side: The yellow-breasted chat

The warbler family, a large one, is a favorite among birders. And even if you aren’t a birder, you may well have a sense...

After Eighteen: Lee Hayman

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

Saudade: News from and for the Brazilian community/Notícias de e para...

A tradução deste artigo se encontra no final da versão em inglês. Last Friday as it snowed, some parents reached out to me because they didn't...

Minding Your MV P's & Q's: Dressing up and down

Dear Nicole, The Vineyard used to be known for how casually everyone dressed. It had a shoes-optional reputation. Hell, make that clothing-optional. Now it seems...

Have faith: Remember you are dust

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Edgartown hosted an open house for its newly renovated basement at the parish hall last Saturday. It’s where the...