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Sharks squeak by Rox in extras

Sharks beat Rox in 11 innings by a score of 5-4.

Folksinger Cindy Kallet performs to celebrate Fern and Feather’s 50th

Headlined by songwriter, singer, and guitarist Cindy Kallet, four accomplished folk musicians will perform together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fern and...

Lenny Clarke brings friends and laughs to Flatbread

August brings the laughs. Lenny Clarke, the well-known comedian, actor, and Chilmark resident when he is not performing on the mainland, will make a...

Harvest of the Month: Cucumbers

Every week at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market it is such an adventure to walk between stands and see how the produce is changing....

A kid in the summer time

To the Editor. A letter from Lee Goldberg (Katama and Wayne, N.J. ) published in the July 17 issue of The Times, titled, "The other...

Rotary Club offers pancakes for 23rd year

Dine with the Rotary Club of Martha’s Vineyard this Sunday, August 3, at the annual all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast. From 7 am to 1 pm,...

West Tisbury selectmen address building maintenance needs

A new library and new town hall have increased the need for custodial services.

All for one, and one for all at the Tisbury Amphitheater

See ‘The Three Musketeers,’ a Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse production, at the Tisbury Amphitheater.

Touch a truck in Oak Bluffs this weekend

Summer seems to be whizzing by — unless you are stuck in traffic going anywhere on the Island this year. It seems to me...

Dining at Island Cove is a hole in one

Martha’s Vineyard mini-golf course fuels fun with healthy food.

Spring awakens at the PAC

Young Island actors bring the Tony Award winning musical “Spring Awakening” to the stage of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Performing Arts Center...

Ballet ensemble brings a touch of Senegal to Union Chapel

This Saturday, July 26, Da’African Village, an organization dedicated to creating cultural exchange between Africa and other places, will host a day of tribal...

Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! will speak at fundraiser

This Saturday, July 26, join Amy Goodman and Charlayne Hunter-Gault at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven at a benefit for the WVVY...

Treasure this: A search for pirate gold and the meaning of life

“Bandstand, The Search for the Oak Island Gold” by Jib Ellis, Veranda Publishing, 2014, 390 pages, $16.95, available at Bunch of Grapes (Vineyard Haven),...

Dick Carlson repeats as Klay for Kids champ

Dick Carlson of Oak Bluffs topped all shooters to win the Martha’s Vineyard Rod & Gun Club 17th Annual Klays for Kids Charity Skeet...

Sounds of summer fill Ocean Park

Music by the Vineyard Haven Band can be heard every other Sunday night.

Da’African Village turned up the heat at Union Chapel

Of all of the performers that have visited the Vineyard this summer, possibly the ones that travelled the farthest to bring a taste of...

Christina Gallery expands its post-Impressionist collection

Already the Island’s go-to gallery for European as well as American Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art, the Christina Gallery in Edgartown has added substantially to...

Cape Cod Five purchase paves the way for State Road branch

The Cape bank purchased the property where grocery store owner Elio Silva planned to build a new market.

Vineyard Youth Tennis players compete at Nantucket Yacht Club

Vineyard Youth Tennis sponsored a trip for 23 young tennis players to the Nantucket Yacht Club on Wednesday, July 23, where the kids participated...