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Film about Anthony Bourdain headlines Doc Week

“Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain,” directed by Morgan Neville, kicks off the M.V. Film Society’s Documentary Festival on Monday, August 2. Included is...

Love story reimagined

The play between the real-life relationship and one of novelist Emma Brodie’s imagination between James Taylor and Joni Mitchel is the jumping off point...

Renowned organist plays at Union Chapel

Union Chapel celebrates the newly refurbished organ that’s been with the chapel for nearly 100 years with a special program featuring acclaimed young organist...

Live music with Daykah

Enjoy a live music performance at the beautiful West Tisbury library on Thursday, August 5, at 4:30 pm. The annual concert will feature Daykah,...

Checkmate in Chilmark

The Chilmark and Vineyard Haven libraries are starting an outdoor chess club with the first meeting on Saturday, July 31, at 4 pm at...

Can’t have it your way

The Massachusetts Public Records Law is clear. All government records are presumed to be public, but cities and towns are allowed to withhold certain...

Book festival coming up

Nobel laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners come to this year’s M.V. Book Festival next month, August 5 to 8. Modelled after the National Book...

Meet bestselling author Martha Hall Kelly at library benefit

Martha Hall Kelly is at it again with her intriguing new book “Sunflower Sisters,” her second prequel novel following her bestselling historical fiction, “Lilac...

Woods Hole gangway intermittently useless 

When the Steamship Authority’s largest ferry, the Island Home, is in Woods Hole passengers cannot always use the multimillion dollar gangway. During certain tidal...

Boards of health issue indoor mask advisory

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The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health issued an indoor mask advisory Wednesday amidst increased risk of COVID transmission on the Island. “In accordance with the...

Esther’s story will teach future generations

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On Tuesday, the African American Heritage Trail unveiled a plaque in memory of Esther, a slave woman who escaped to freedom in 1743.  Elaine Cawley...

Tisbury police officers reach three-year deal

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Tisbury’s select board announced the approval of a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with the police union, Local 419. The agreement, which reportedly grants...

MV@Work: Growth industry

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It was great to see that the West Tisbury Farmers Market survived COVID and is more vibrant than ever. I had a great time...

Setting sail

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On Tuesday, July 13, five residents of Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center went for an afternoon sail out of Menemsha. This is the third...

Wild Side: Butterfly milkweed

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If there is a particular plant worthy of being named the Vineyard’s National Wildflower, it is surely butterfly milkweed, Asclepias tuberosa. It’s a plant...

Good works

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If you wander to 57 Pequot Ave. in Oak Bluffs, you’ll find a large white building known as “Cottagers Corner.” Currently undergoing a renovation,...

‘Give me shelter’

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An upcoming art sale at the Grange Hall will support Harbor Homes’ mission to eliminate homelessness on Martha’s Vineyard, and will also benefit local...

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/. I thought the next time I'd write about COVID-19, it would be in more of...

Up-Island Council on Aging — August 2021

Audiology Clinic Hearing loss and increased challenges in communicating are realities to many in our aging communities. Howes House has teamed up with Dr. Lesley...

Edgartown Council on Aging — August 2021

The Edgartown Council on Aging serves as an information and referral source to long-term services and supports available to older adults. We offer an array...
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