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Goat yoga and more

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No one’s more excited to kick off the summer season than Rebecca Gilbert and the animals at the Native Earth Teaching Farm in Chilmark....

This Was Then: Pig tales

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Martha’s Vineyard is not known for its swine, but hogs have historically been a critically important Island livestock; only sheep and cattle were more...

Weather takes a toll on rivalry

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Updated June 3  The wretched weekend weather wreaked havoc upon the Martha’s Vineyard-Nantucket rivalry. All six matchups scheduled last Saturday were postponed. The girls softball...

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/. What a different start to the summer season we all had this year — and...

Pet project

Teens can get together at the West Tisbury library to make toys and beds for local pets in need. This year's summer reading theme...

Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation announces teaching project grants

Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation recently announced its Celebrate the Art of Teaching Project Grants, which are meant to support educators in the areas...

New storybook walk at Sheriff’s Meadow

“Everyone Poops” by Taro Gomi, the bestselling picture book that became an unexpected classic, will be the next book on display in the storybook...

Learn about a career in child care

Join Kim D'Arcy and Joanne Lambert from M.V. Community Services come together in an event to help viewers discover how to start a career...

West Tisbury: Springtime flowers

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June is one of the most beautiful months on the Vineyard. Here we are at the beginning of it. The earth and air and...

Tisbury: Senior Center

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Heard on Main Street: Why do you press harder on a remote-control when you know the battery is dead? The Martha’s Vineyard Museum began summer...

Oak Bluffs: Town parking

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What an ending to the month of May between wild winds, torrential rains, and political happenings. Because of the Memorial Day weekend our columns...

Edgartown: Drive-in movies

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What a difference a week makes. Last Sunday I was sitting on the beach with Amelia and some friends, melting in 80-degree heat and...

Chilmark: Menemsha Market

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Town meeting, check. Election and special election, check. Memorial Day, check. Menemsha beach lot sunset full. Summer is nearly here and one derelict building...

Aquinnah: Seaweed Art Gallery

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I’m sorry everyone. It was all my fault, really it was. I take full responsibility. I broke my hard and fast rule to never...

ThRough the pandemic

Walking through the rabbit hole is exactly what the pandemic experience has been like — an altered reality not unlike attending the Mad Hatter’s...

Sense of place

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Bestselling authors like Judy Blume, Richard Russo, Richard North Patterson, Geraldine Brooks, Linda Fairstein, and Elin Hilderbrand have done it. The list continues with...

Sister act

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At my house, we eat a lot of stir-fry and noodle dishes that require a decadent sauce to turn veggies and grains into masterpieces....

MVFF drive-in series is back for summer

The popular drive-in movie series returns to the Island this summer, sponsored by Chilmark’s M.V. Film Festival in collaboration with the YMCA of Martha’s...

Let’s hear it for the bands

The Times reached out to some local musicians to get an idea of when we can see them next, playing live for Island audiences....

Academic honors

Graduation Cana Courtney of Edgartown, at St. Michael's College. Mary Morano of Oak Bluffs, at College of Charleston. Kyle Rollins of Edgartown, at Tilton School. Kai Rose of...