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Michael Apted’s ‘7-Up’ Brits head into retirement in ‘63-Up’

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The latest installment in the acclaimed documentary series by director Michael Apted, “63-Up,” is playing this weekend at the M.V. Film Center. Beginning in...

Art history

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February is Black History Month and, although it's coming to a close, there is still time to visit an art exhibit at Pathways Gathering...

Counting on Featherstone

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As the title of the current Featherstone exhibit demonstrates, “The Numbers Speak for Themselves.” In this case, local artists were asked to submit artwork...

J.B. Blau’s Vineyard commitment

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J.B. Blau, owner of the Year-Round Restaurant Group, has been an avid supporter of the Vineyard since 1997. His restaurants include Sharky’s, M.V. Chowder...

Malpaso in motion

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We’re in for a treat again. Malpaso Dance Company, hailing from the warmer climes of Cuba, is returning to the Island after their superlative...

Airport commissioner interviews wrap up

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Six candidates for two vacant airport commission seats and one that is up for reappointment were interviewed by the Dukes County Commission on Wednesday,...

Sing-along strings

Strum, laugh, jam, and sing in Featherstone's Pebble Studio in Oak Bluffs. Bring your guitar, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, or any other instrument, and have...

Winter fiber fun

Enjoy creating all things warm and cozy, using soft fibers of any color. Gather together in this friendly stitching circle at the Carnegie in...

Family playdates

Find buddies in a barn while having indoor family fun at the Agricultural Hall in West Tisbury. The M.V. Family Center will provide trikes,...

CCIAOR names Point B agent Katie Dawson to Leadership Academy

Point B Realty announced today that Realtor Katie Dawson has been chosen as one of 15 members for the Cape Cod & Islands Association...

Masterpieces and mysteries

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If you’re up for some quirky, superlative drawing, hightail it over to the Vineyard Haven library for its exhibition of Edward Gorey’s art. Gorey...

February field trip

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Members of The Times meal squad visited Chef Deon’s kitchen Feb. 21, and had a terrific time.  The single-room restaurant is part of the VFW...

Jennifer B. DaSilva joins Point B Realty 

Point B Realty announced that Realtor Jennifer B. DaSilva has joined the real estate sales team of the 10-year-old firm. According to a press...

Journey for independence

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“Child Bride,” a first novel by Jennifer Smith Turner of Oak Bluffs set for mid-April release, takes us on a long, treacherous journey from...

The Big Question: MVRHS field project

Should the MVRHS field project be exempt from Oak Bluffs zoning?  

Singers and songwriters

Pathways Arts hosts singer-songwriters Nina Violet, Jemima James, Jodie Treloar Sampson, and their guests on Thursday, March 5, with doors opening at 6:30 pm....

O.B. searches for interim fire chief

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Updated Feb. 28 After a second meeting with command staff at the fire department, the town has advertised a position for an interim fire and...

Aquinnah discusses next steps in sustainability

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Aquinnah selectmen met with Bill Lake of the Aquinnah energy and climate committee to discuss next steps in greening the town. Lake said the Vineyard...

MV Sharks gussy up the field

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While the Red Sox are getting busy in Fort Myers, Fla., baseball is on the way, and the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks have been busy...

Quote of the Week

 “We’re at a point where roughly 2 percent of new cars in Massachusetts are electric, but by 2030, between 30 and 50 percent of...