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Support the field

To the Editor:  I think it is fair to say that it has been proven our high school athletic fields are overused and abused. The...

End debate and build the field

To the Editor:  Hi, my name is Charlotte Packer, and I am currently a freshman at UNH, though I was once a three-season athlete for...

Robert C. De Lisle

Robert C. De Lisle of Edgartown passed away, with his family by his side, on Nov. 16, 2021, just a week before his 87th...

Services Wednesday for Theresa Marie Baptiste

Mrs. Theresa Marie Baptiste, wife of Herbert Lester Baptiste Sr., died peacefully at her home on Lake Tashmoo on April 29, 2022. Mrs. Baptiste...

Adelaide Cecille Francis

Adelaide Cecille (Welch) Francis of Woodside Village in Oak Bluffs died, at the age of 83, on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. She passed peacefully...

Beverley Ann Brush

Beverley Ann Brush passed away at Windemere on April 29, 2022. She was a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David C. Brush of Vineyard...

Celebration of life for Irene Resendes

Join us as we celebrate the life of Irene Resendes, who passed away on Feb. 10. Irene was a beloved sister, cousin, aunt, and...

Services Friday for Conrad G. Kurth

Conrad G. Kurth, 80, of Edgartown, passed away on April 28, 2022. He was the husband of Sara M. Kurth.  A graveside service will be...

‘Debut Authors: A Survival Guide’

My debut novel, “The Moon Always Rising,” (a work-in-progress for decades) launched in April 2020. It wasn’t much of a launch, given COVID lockdown;...

A comic heist with two old pros

Coming to the M.V. Film Center on Friday, May 13, is “The Duke,” a comedy with two veteran actors, Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren....

Mother’s Day blooms

Louise Sweet, owner and designer of Flowers On The Vineyard, brings over 30 years of creative floral design to the Edgartown library in celebration...

‘The Need to Grow’

The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse presents “The Need to Grow” on Monday, May 9, at 6 pm. It’s a documentary film that follows pioneers of...

Cooking, Mediterranean style

Mediterranean cooking isn’t just a healthy way to prepare meals, it’s a delicious way. Mediterranean cuisine is rich in vegetables, minimally processed staples, and...

Vibrant and vivid

Having a renowned painter as your father and a writer as your mother, one is bound to develop an interest in the arts. That's...

Dough-licous

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When it comes to cooking dinner, it’s become apparent that my boyfriend is always in charge of buying and cooking the protein, and me,...

Memories in mist

The inner and outer worlds seamlessly shift back and forth in Whitney Cleary’s misty landscapes. “My work represents a single moment,” Cleary says. “A...

‘Hate will not have the last word’

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While members of the LGBTQ+ community from across the Island were at a meeting in Oak Bluffs last week, asking the select board to...

What Are You Watching? ‘Our Great National Parks’

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars In Kenya’s Tsavo National Park, members of the Tsavo Trust antipoaching unit, alongside Kenya Wildlife Service rangers, carry military-style...

Puttin’ on the Ritz

The Ritz is back up and running, and there are all sorts of fun opportunities for trivia, karaoke, and live music shows as the...

On My Way: Biking Pennywise Path

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I had wanted to be back in the saddle for some time. It had been a few months. Usually, a few times over the...