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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Real Estate Transactions

Harbor View’s Celebration of Pets

From furry to feathered to even scaly, Harbor View Hotel and the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard welcome all pet owners and animal lovers...

On the road family-style, with the David Wax Museum

David Wax and Suz Slezak started the folk group David Wax Museum in Boston a decade ago as friends. Since then they have released...

Paint the town pink and green

Consider Edgartown a one-stop shop for deals, dinners, drinks, and donations all weekend long. The town will host its sixth annual Pink and Green...

The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse gets the season started with big laughs

The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse will be offering an early treat for Islanders this year when it hosts two preseason shows, both comedy/dramas. “Been There,...

It’s wine time in Edgartown this weekend

For the fifth consecutive year, the MV Wine Fest returns to the Island to showcase world-class wines in Edgartown from May 11 to 14....

Cookbooks ‘R’ Us at the Oak Bluffs Public Library

Indisputable fact: We all eat. And most of us love to eat. We’ve come a long way since we waited beside the campfire for...

Spend an enchanted evening with ITW’s concert version of ‘South Pacific’

“Bali Ha'i” will be calling this weekend when the Island Theater Workshop (ITW) presents a concert version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's “South Pacific.” The...

Music to the ears

Who among us doesn’t have a favorite poem, or two or three or more, to get us through vexing times — admittedly, what most...

Shellfish extravaganza doesn’t disappoint

Saturday was a great night for shellfish lovers. Chowder flowed and oysters and quahogs were shucked endlessly at the Shellfish Group’s fifth annual Shellfish...

How they found their groove

Dwight and Nicole are songwriters and performers of the kind of soul, blues, and R & B that speaks to you even when they’re...

Summer haircuts coming up for Island Alpacas

Island Alpaca is celebrating its 10th anniversary on the Island with a shearing day on Saturday, April 29. Come see professional alpaca handlers and...

Chillin’ in Chilmark

The Chilmark Potluck Jam has been an Island community tradition for eight years. Last Saturday, families, friends, artists, musicians, friendly fishermen, and hospitable chefs...

Keeping it real

“Fake news” is credited in recent years as a major accelerant to the fiery and divisive state of our national discourse. The creation and...

Ugandan for a day

“Today we are going to have some fun to the maximum,” said Godfrey Muwulya as an introduction to his program at the Oak Bluffs...

Bodhi Path hosts Shangpa Rinpoche

Find the peace that already lies inside of you when Shangpa Rinpoche gives an introduction to shamatha meditation at a free season, open to...

Ladies of the Light

There’s a certain kind of privilege bestowed on any Island visitor or resident who either owns an all-terrain vehicle or knows someone with an...

Pathways hosts a ‘piano pig-out’

If the music of one piano can entirely envelop a room, just imagine the experience of three pianists playing simultaneously in an intimate space....

From Lake Wobegon Days to the Queen of Soul, summer concert...

Thanks to the Martha's Vineyard Concert Series, summer 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting season for music lovers. The confirmed lineup for...

Gardens filled with imagination are cultivated at Pathways

If you have any interest in gardening, landscaping, or the environment in general, Pathways is the place to be this Friday, March 24, when...

Shamrocks and shillelaghs

St. Patrick’s Day is Friday, March 17, and Islanders, Irish and otherwise, will celebrate with a parade, dancing, eating of corned beef, and general...