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Food as medicine

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Food is more than a tasty meal for Jacqueline Foster. Food as medicine is the tenant of her life and the center of her...

Edward Schulman’s ‘Winter Color’ imbues images with life

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Edward Schulman’s new exhibition, “Winter Color,” at Mocha Mott’s in Vineyard Haven, is a lyrical ode to the beauty of color and movement. While...

Love is complicated in ‘Twelfth Night’

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Love was in the air … actually, it was all over the stage, in the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s splendid contemporary musical rendition...

Two keeping tempo

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Pianists Molly Sturges and Lisa Weiss will perform — very closely — at their Feb. 24 concert, “One Piano, Four Hands” at the Edgartown...

Waiting for the future

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Islander Jesse Cottle Child is in serious need. Although he is currently on dialysis, a kidney transplant is essential, and so far, he hasn’t...

Remembering Gloria Wong

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Although diminutive in size, Gloria Lee Wong, who passed away on Jan. 24, 2024, one month shy of her 96th birthday, had a mighty...

‘LOVE’ abounds at the West Tisbury library

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Walking into the West Tisbury library’s February exhibition, “LOVE,” we are greeted with an eclectic interpretation of the theme of love. The show stems...

Leaping for love at Featherstone’s exhibit

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“We are very near to greatness: one step and we are safe; can we not take the leap?” —Ralph Waldo Emerson It’s February, and love...

Don’t miss the thought-provoking ‘American Fiction’

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“American Fiction,” one of this year’s 96th Academy Award nominees, is a comedy-drama that seamlessly veers from one genre to the other. The film...

Artist Jennifer Rapuano juggles art and books

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If you’ve ever been to one of Jennifer Rapuano’s monthly adult or children’s drop-in craft workshops at the Vineyard Haven library, you know she...

Martha’s Vineyard Garden Club celebrates 100 years

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Many people likely know the Martha’s Vineyard Garden Club for its signature event — Blooming Art, an exhibit in which members create floral arrangements...

Childbirth disparities discussed during Black History Month

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A collaboration of Island institutions and civil rights groups kicked off Black History Month at the Oak Bluffs library on Saturday with a film...

Losing loved ones

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A single shot changed 8-year-old Lily’s life forever in Elaine Kelliher’s “Do You Think I Cried Too Long?” The author writes, “A shotgun blast...

The curtain calls

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Even if you never dreamed of appearing before the footlights, “Theater Fun for Adults” at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse is the place to be...

Novel ideas

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The LGBTQI+ Book Club at the West Tisbury library has been going strong since February 2023. Library director Alexandra Pratt explains that the club...

Denys Wortman’s view from above at M.V. Playhouse

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Denys Wortman gives us a rare perspective of this place we call home — specifically, from up high. His current exhibit, “View from Above,”...

Councils on Aging: Loving the work

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Speaking with the Island directors of the Councils on Aging (COA) was more than inspiring. Each one bursts with enthusiasm for their job, and...

Farming and prose

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Scott Chaskey’s new book, “Soil and Spirit: Cultivation and Kinship in the Web of Life,” is an ode to nature in many ways. It...

Winter writing

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It’s wintertime. It’s cold. It gets dark at an absurdly early hour. What better time to light a fire under your inner muse? The...

Grants for good

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What do the Sankofa African American Literature and Culture Festival, Pride Festival in Oak Bluffs, the Aquinnah Artisans Festival, Women in Film Festival, Built...