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Steeped in sheep

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Martha’s Vineyard Museum research librarian Bow Van Riper and education and public programs manager Norah Kyle are the dynamic duo teaching the brand-new program,...

Feb-EWE-ary

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We’re about to launch into Feb-EWE-ary — nope, that’s not a misspelling, but rather a monthlong celebration on the Vineyard of everything related to...

Elliott Bennett gets ‘Up Close and Personal’

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Elliot Bennett’s “Up Close and Personal” photography exhibit at the West Tisbury library is a rhapsodic experience of her love of the natural world....

Fruitful harvest

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Thanksgiving may be behind us, but organic, Island-grown cranberries abound year-round on our shelves and in our local goodies, thanks to the Cranberry Bog...

Shine a light

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We’re in for a treat in the next couple of months, as art educator Janet Mandel presents her “Four Fabulous Women Artists You Probably...

Healing connections

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A recent fundraising email from Sarah McKay, executive director of Misty Meadows, spoke so eloquently about the profound healing that came about for Island...

Fostering love

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A lot of kittens, pups, dogs, and cats, as well as animal lovers, are very lucky to have Kym Cyr of Second Chance Animal...

‘Let Your Mind Wander’ through Clough art exhibit

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Born-and-raised Island artist Marston Clough’s new exhibition, “Let Your Mind Wander,” at the Oak Bluffs library displays three aspects of his artistic pursuits. His...

Wintertime workshop

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Emily Davis’ “Analog Leaf Collage” workshops for adults and young adults are all about the experience, not the final product. On Saturday, Jan. 21,...

Add ‘artist’ to Tain Leonard-Peck’s list of accomplishments

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Tain Leonard-Peck, whose art exhibit is currently at the Chilmark Public Library, is something of a Renaissance man. In addition to painting, he composes...

Paint parties

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On a dark December Friday night, a great time was had by all the aspiring painters — almost all novices — who were out...

Reading to benefit the library

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The Peter H. Luce Playreaders is quite the establishment, having started as a handful of people in the 1990s, and now numbering some 40...

Sandy D’Amico: ‘I didn’t really even know what an alpaca was’

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The beloved alpaca farm on the Edgartown–Vineyard Haven Road, formally known as Island Alpaca Co. of Martha's Vineyard, loves its volunteers. The farm, with...

A vagabond’s journey

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Holly Nadler’s new memoir, “The Hobo Diaries: Down and Out on Martha's Vineyard,” is a zany, rollicking tale about her vagabond journey from the...

Walking in his path

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John McCarter and Kody, his amazingly appealing and photogenic Pomeranian, have given us a fabulous gift — “Kody’s World: The Unseen Martha’s Vineyard.” To...

Community creations

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During the holidays, walking into Martha’s Vineyard Made’s retail shop in Vineyard Haven is like entering a fantasy of Santa’s workshop … but one...

Creative expressions

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Artists, friends, family, and many others associated with the Vineyard Independence Partnership (VIP) braved the pouring rain to come to the opening of the...

Two artists come together in ‘Found Again’ exhibit

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Elizabeth Whelan and Adriana Eftimie have given us a wonderful gift in their new show, “Found Again,” at the Vineyard Haven library. The show’s...

Island scenes

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As always with Peter Simon’s Vineyard Calendar, you want time to fly by so you can turn the page to see what magnificent image...

Rising to the occasion

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“Season’s Greetings! A Holiday Dance Celebration,” performed by over 200 Rise Vineyard Performing Arts students was, once again, a smash hit. The Martha’s Vineyard...