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Chilmark: Kate Taylor concert

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School's out and summer's in; farmers markets twice weekly, flea market twice weekly, farm stands filled with seasonal bounty, flower stands bursting with color....

No excuse for former chief’s remarks

To The Editor:  At last week's Chilmark select board meeting, the subject of resuming in-person meetings was raised, as was the question about whether to...

Aquinnah: Native Artisans Market

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Congratulations to Tom Murphy who is our new selectperson. It was a tight race between Tom and Adrian Higgins and, while Adrian was not...

Brought back memories

To the Editor: Having lived in the Lucy Stone House, so labeled and built in the early 1800s in Montclair, N.J., our home for 25...

Wild Side: How long will it stay?

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The past couple of weeks have been fine ones for me, replete with interesting wildlife sightings and opportunities to explore new or inaccessible areas....

Musical mini golf

Take the family out to the Cove this Monday, July 5, for a fun mini-golf-filled time. From 6 to 9 pm, experience the soulful...

Saudade: News from and for the Brazilian community/Notícias de e para a comunidade brasileira

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A tradução deste artigo se encontra no nosso site: mvtimes.com/category/portuguese—translation/. Child Tax Big news, starting July 15, all working families in the U.S. will receive up...

Fun and games

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When you walk down Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs on any given summer day, there’s a distinctive, lilting buzz emanating from the center of...

Singalong with the Island

Join the Island community this Wednesday, July 7, for Community Sing at the Tabernacle. For the past 100 years the Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting...

Battle in the Bluffs

For those kids and teens who just can’t stay off the basketball court, get ready for the Battle in the Bluffs basketball camp Friday...

Finding freedom

Sally Cabot Gunning’s compelling novel “Painting The Light” doesn’t just get the colors of Martha’s Vineyard right, but her prose gets every nuance in...

Pride across the Islands

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During the month of June, which is Pride Month, more than 2,000 Pride flags were raised across Martha's Vineyard to demonstrate the Island's strong...

Garlic’s curly counterpart: the scape

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In order to get some inspiration for my dinners this week, I decided to venture out to the West Tisbury Farmers Market at the...

Poet’s Corner

This Prairie Catch-Basin By Zachary Wiesner Our Mid-West, filled by run off from the Rockies and Appalachians, Passed it down the rivers To the lakes and the sea. This...

Captain Douglas awarded for Creative Living

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Boat builder, restaurateur, and dog enthusiast Capt. Bob Douglas has been awarded the 2020–21 Creative Living award from the Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation, formerly...

Marston Clough’s big skies on the horizon

Marston Clough paints big, paints small, and paints all sizes in between, but most who are familiar with the artist's works, generally think of...

Finding what’s already here

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Remember what it feels like to fall in love? There is a sense of being bigger than you thought you were. We find ourselves...

On my mind: Being a hospital patient

Last month, I had a middle-of-the-night dream that turned out to be prophetic: there was an intruder in my house, and he wanted to...

Union Chapel celebrates 150 years

A trip to Union Chapel is a special summer event, and this year the chapel enters into a new season celebrating its 150th anniversary...

Tisbury School Recognition Day and graduation

The Tisbury School conducted recognition ceremonies for fifth to eighth graders recently. In addition to recognizing graduating eighth grade students individually for their contribution...
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