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Aligning ourselves

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Through the West Tisbury library, year-rounder Shanta Gabriel is offering an intriguing new eight-week class series, “Building Wellness through the Chakras.” She is an...

Screen sharing

After a hiatus of two years, the 22nd annual Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is on track for this month. And there’s plenty going on...

‘The Art of Flowers’ blossoms again

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Spring has sprung at Featherstone Center for the Arts, and the opening of “The Art of Flowers” show is the perfect kickoff to the...

Planting seeds

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The encompassing, floor-to-ceiling wall photograph of the sanctuary of the first Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center warmly embraces us as we walk into “They Planted...

Memories in mist

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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...

Changing colors

If you’re waiting for word about the annual Pink and Green celebration, you’ll need to keep your ears open for its new title —...

For the ages

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As the West Tisbury library website states, every body is welcome in Jesse Jason’s Saturday morning community dance class. Whether a budding novice, emerging...

Lights, camera, action

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Richard Paradise, founder and executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society, is planning three enticing festivals in the next few months.  For Paradise, festivals...

A different angle

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Ann Smith, Featherstone Center for the Arts executive director, is jubilant while walking through Joyful Geometrics — an exhibition that shines in the Francine...

Engaging art

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As a photographer, curator, and teaching artist, Melissa Knowles comes from a background of using art, photography, and music in a health, therapeutic, and...

A surprise love

Rose, the protagonist in summer Island resident Elisa M. Speranza’s novel, faces a challenge — well, actually a number of them, which are at...

For the birds

We can thank the pandemic for bringing a lot of people who wouldn’t ordinarily be farmers around to the idea of raising chickens for...

Spring into history

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Things are popping up at the Cooke House and Legacy Gardens in Edgartown, as the warm days of spring and summer finally greet us. Starting...

The art of women

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Pathways vibrated with creativity on Friday evening, with its eighth annual celebration “Women Live,” a multi-arts event celebrating International Women's Month. We were welcomed...

Colorful connections

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Michael Rottman’s appealing new exhibition “Connections” kicks off Featherstone’s 2022 curatorship of the Feldman Family Art Space at the M.V. Film Center. And it...

Inspiring young actors

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Writer and Montessori teacher Carrie Peckar says her newly released book, “Weird and Wonderful,” is not really a book per se, but rather a...

Feeling ‘Full’

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Julia Spiro’s thought-provoking new book, “Full: A Novel,” is an incisive exploration of what it can cost to maintain appearances on the outside, no...

Architectural art

Jack Ryan is a master artist when it comes to the pen-and-ink technique. Look closely to see how he constructs entire compositions with stippling...

Hidden heroines

“Her Hidden Genius” by Marie Benedict is aptly named. You will be astonished and captivated by the heroine, British-born Rosalind Franklin, who, as it...

Loving the light

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As the winter rolls on … and on and on … do yourself a favor and see photographer Paul Doherty’s newest exhibit, “Vineyard Refractions,”...