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Jammin’ at Jabberwocky

On Friday night, July 13, the standing-room-only audience poured out at the end of “Sister Act,” having seen the fabulous, rollicking, and tongue-in-cheek adaptation...

Raising hope

The second annual fundraising party for World Market Mondays at the West Tisbury Grange Hall took place Monday evening, July 9. Entrance fees, donations,...

He sees stones on the seashore

Longtime Martha’s Vineyard resident Bob Hayden fashions his artwork with ancient forms, the stones that wash up on the shores of Island beaches. “Each...

Vineyard verse

Beautiful weather graced the Featherstone lawn for the summer solstice eve celebration, which was filled with poetry and music, and ended with a ceremonial...

Eating local

There’s something extraordinary about eating on the same land your food comes from. This was the simple premise of Nevette Previd, founder of Farm.Field.Sea.,...

Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt

Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is a Down Island Farm product conceived when Heidi Feldman was happily munching her way through a bag of sea...

Featherstone’s shining jewel

Over the years, there’s been constant inquiry for jewelry-making classes at Featherstone, and while the Island has a plethora of jewelers who could teach...

Changing patterns

Writer, educator, and Chilmark resident Merissa Nathan Gerson will give a presentation at the West Tisbury library on Thursday, June 14, at 4:30 pm....

Vineyard Haven library hosts third annual M.V. Photography Club group show

The Vineyard Haven library is not just a place to read or take out books, but also to view the Island’s third annual Photography...

A study of sisters

Emily Cavanagh, an insightful, evocative author, shared her newest book, “This Bright Beauty” with a rapt audience at the West Tisbury library on a...

Something shady

If you expect wedding bells at Victoria Trumbull’s house for her distant cousin Penny Arbuthnot, you will be sorely disappointed. A dead body hanging...

At your service

Miraculously, a clear sky dawned Monday, May 21, providing some 520 high school students from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and the Charter...

A night to remember

Walking into Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Wednesday, May 23, one could easily mistake the crowded halls for any upscale art gallery opening,...

Mysteries revealed

Every family has its secrets — but some families have more than others. The title of Sarah Morgan’s newest book, “How to Keep a...

March for Heroes

If you like challenges, or just want to support a good cause, join the 2018 annual Martha’s Vineyard March for Heroes, which starts off...

Meet Your Makers

There was something for everyone at the Martha’s Vineyard Mini Maker Faire, and, best of all, you could do some really cool stuff. You...

Meet Your Maker: Charlotte Rooney

Henna is an ancient tattooing practice that has been used as medicine, to keep cool, and to mark female life passages by desert cultures...

Derby Day

It was a dark and stormy night in Louisville for a muddy 144th running of the famed Kentucky Derby, but it was a beautiful...

Peace by piece

Clifford the Big Red Dog greeted guests as they filed into the Federated Church Saturday night, April 28, for the star-studded PeaceQuilts Celebrity Waiters...

Meet Your Maker: Matt Hayden

Matt Hayden whacks his heavy moose horn down on a corner of a large, solid flint stone, and splinters fly in all directions. You...