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Legendary ‘Summer of Soul’ returns

“The Summer of Soul,” the prizewinning documentary about the six-week festival of Black music held the summer of 1969, returns to the M.V. Film...

Cribbage Club

On June 23, 17 players showed up to compete in the weekly tournament. Six games are played, with two points for a win, zero...

Color and light

Walking into self-taught artist Richard Lee’s light- and color-filled exhibition, “Life in Reverse: The Remarkable World of Richard Lee,” is to enter his wild,...

What’s happening on the Fourth of July

The activities this year for Fourth of July still look a little bit different in the wake of COVID. With many children not vaccinated...

Births

Agnes Marigold Marcella Lucia Dillon and Chase Marcella of Edgartown announce the birth of a daughter, Agnes Marigold Marcella, on May 28, 2021, at Martha's...

Court Report: June 14 – 25, 2021

June 14, 2021 Timothy A. Higgins, Vineyard Haven; DOB 9/15/83, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct: continued to pretrial conference. June 15, 2021 Anthony J. Breth, Vineyard Haven;...

Real Estate Transactions: June 21 – 25, 2021

Aquinnah June 25, Andrew S. Dintenfass and Ann Vivian Dintenfass sold an undivided 20 percent interest in a lot off Moshup Trail to Ari A....

Irene Hallie Mentzel

Irene Hallie Mentzel passed away in New York City on June 23, 2021 at age 92. Hallie was born in 1929 in New York City....

Bruce Gade

After being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer on Dec. 26, 2019, Bruce Gade died on Dec. 19, 2020. Bruce was 67 years old. He...

It’s Not You, It’s Me

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Truth: It is nearly impossible for me to follow a recipe. I generally use recipes and cookbooks more as inspiration boards than as specific...

Field project puts athletics ahead of environment

To the Editor:  “The mission of the MVC is twofold: 1. To assist our region’s seven towns (Aquinnah, Chilmark, Edgartown, Gosnold, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, and...

In the weeds

Some people diffuse lavender oil. Others might steep chamomile or valerian root tea. For me, cannabis is my ticket to a deep sleep. I think...

Passing the Torch at North Tabor Farm

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North Tabor Farm, located on North Road in Chilmark, could not embody the spirit and productivity of a small, family-owned and -operated farm more...

In Season: Fried Clams

Oh, Fried Clams, fresh out of molten hot oil, piled together, bellies and all, with a wedge of lemon and tartar sauce. We have...

Tons of soil to be removed at East Chop Light 

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The U.S. Coast Guard plans to remove 230 tons of soil from around East Chop Light as part of a lead remediation project. One...

In Season: Hakurei Turnip

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My son is a farmer at Beetlebung Farm. Last season, after a day at the farm, he would arrive home with a handful of...

Piping plover broods close Cape Poge vehicle trails

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An impending wave of piping plover broods has forced the Trustees of Reservations to close their oversand vehicle (OSV) trails that access Cape Poge...

On the Farm: Incubating

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We farmy folk had a little bit of head start when the pandemic hit. Years of growing food gave us some practice with sacrifice...

Man-of-war spotted at South Beach

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Portuguese man-of-war are washing up at South Beach, according to the Edgartown Parks Department. Parks administrator Jessica McGroarty told The Times a few of them...

Organic-plus

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As any produce shopper will tell you, the USDA Organic sticker is hard to miss. In fact, it might be one of the most...
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