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Women in science

Hopefully, with a new administration in place in the U.S., science will be given the weight it deserves once again. Artist Elizabeth Whelan is...

Chronicling a pandemic

Over the chaotic course of 2020, the Island community was forced to ask itself, "How do we come together while staying apart?" We never...

Dick Iacovello’s work on exhibit at Mocha Mott’s

Artist Dick Iacovello’s work will hang at Mocha Mott’s in Vineyard Haven throughout the month of March. His vivid, sometimes fanciful and always colorful...

Redemption comes in the mountains for Robin Wright’s Edee

“Land” arrives at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, March 5. Despite its clumsy title, this film, starring and directed by Robin Wright, is...

Go with the flow

Strengthen your energetic flow and foster a state of centeredness with Shanta Gabriel's Empowering Well-Being class. Through the West Tisbury library, she will lead...

Fill-me-up pierogi

Have fun with fillings while learning the art of making homemade Winter Harvest Pierogi. Join Tyler Poole and Brandee Kitzmiller of Island Rose Cooking...

Spring in your step

The warmer days in March are a great time for exploring Island trails and spotting early signs of spring. You can discover more than...

Get with the times

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I was anti-TikTok for a long time. My assumption was that it was a constant stream of 17-year-olds making dancing videos and trying to...

West Tisbury: Icing on a winter cake

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There is a pair of old adirondack chairs in our backyard, just behind the house where I like to drink coffee and read when...

Tisbury: Vineyard oral history

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Heard on Main Street: We don’t realize how wonderful today is until tomorrow. In our latest storm, my phone and email connection went down. Fortunately,...

Oak Bluffs: M.V. Chamber Music Society

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Another rainy Monday as I look out the window at the overcast sky. When I go out to call Doddle to come in for...

Edgartown: Early signs of spring

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I’m sitting here writing this week’s column on Sunday night, the final night of February vacation and the eve of March. After several days...

Chilmark: Arts collaboration

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Hard to believe it's already March, unless you managed time away from home or jobs during last week's school break. I guess we all...

Aquinnah: Town electricity

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It was a quiet vacation week here in town. I did not see pictures of or hear of many people going away to warmer...

Up-Island school committee allows chargers at Chilmark School

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The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) supported the idea of one or more electric vehicle (EV) rapid chargers in the parking lot of the...

Could cost more to hunt and fish

For the first time in 25 years, MassWildlife is proposing to increase its freshwater fishing, hunting, and trapping license fees, a move the agency...

Glenn R. Hearn

Glenn R. Hearn, 83, of West Tisbury, passed away on March 2, 2021, at his home.  His burial will be held privately at the West...

The Good Soles are good souls

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What began as a group of Island women getting together to ride their bikes, get some exercise and enjoy each other's company evolved into...

Island women tell their stories

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Linsey Lee is the oral history curator at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. Having conducted interviews with people on the Vineyard for more than 30...

Have Faith: Time to try meditation

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Have you ever had a conversation with people who meditate on a regular basis? I have and I have to say, we don't always...