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Glassworks: Everything is illuminated

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Walking into Glassworks on its historic property in West Tisbury is magical. The luminescent gallery is filled with the translucent colors of glass objects...

An innkeeper’s tale

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The fourth book in Jean Stone’s Vineyard series, “A Vineyard Crossing,” is every bit as absorbing and moving as her previous books. And all...

Putting something on paper

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We are lucky on two counts with Justen Ahren. First, he is teaching both an introductory “Devotion to Writing” workshop and one specifically for...

Edgartown’s beginnings

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Here’s the thing about the Edgartown 350th anniversary celebration. Edgartown, originally called Great Harbor, had been around for some 30 years before it got...

Understanding aging

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Mary Holmes, supervisor at the Supportive Day Program at the Martha's Vineyard Center for Living, is happy to bring Dementia Friends to the Island....

A trip around the Island

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Thomas Dresser, prolific Island author, has just published a gem of a guidebook, “Schlepping Around Martha’s Vineyard.” The title of the book has a...

One Island, many abilities

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The Martha’s Vineyard Disability Film Festival came about through an enthusiastic synchronicity that led to bringing a shared dream to life. Working with the...

Experience Bryan Collier’s illustrations in Featherstone’s exhibit

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Bryan Collier is one of the stellar artists featured in “From Caldecott to Coretta Scott,” an exhibition of Black children’s book illustrators at Featherstone...

ITW presents ‘Sunday in the Park’

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The show must go on! Well, at least this summer Island Theatre Workshop can do just that. After canceling last year’s musical because of...

Honoring an icon

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By any stretch of the imagination, Delores Stevens, co-founder of Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society and its artistic director until 2019, is a vital...

A story full of humanity

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“Something Wild” by Hanna Halperin is indeed a searingly wild ride with emotional depth that takes us on a tough journey, but one very...

Culture and relationships

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Ken Langer’s intriguing novel, “A Nest for Lalita,” opens with a hell of a prologue where we experience first-hand a level of domestic violence...

Pandemic creates a ‘pundemic’

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There is a delightful new self-published book out for children and families that will bring a smile to your face. “Martha’s Vineyard Puns to...

Great minds

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“Putting It Together: How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George” by James Lapine is a gem of a book,...

Four great artists included in museum exhibit ‘Work of the Soul’

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s special exhibition “Work of the Soul: Meta Warrick Fuller, Lois Mailou Jones, Delilah Pierce, and Olive (Cutie) Bowles” offers an...

Love story reimagined

The play between the real-life relationship and one of novelist Emma Brodie’s imagination between James Taylor and Joni Mitchel is the jumping off point...

Sol y Canto comes to the M.V. Film Center

This summer is a time for celebration, and Sol y Canto’s upcoming performance at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center provides the perfect opportunity on...

Something old, something new in library exhibit

Roberta Gross’ new exhibition at the West Tisbury library and corresponding online exhibit encompass a plethora of acrylic, pastels, collagraphs, monoprints, and screenprints, creating...

The test of time

Maintaining a relationship with a close friend can be difficult, but try keeping even-keeled in a group of four. At the heart of Emily...

Nurturing creativity

Twenty-six years ago, founder and director of Kaleidoscope Dance Laura Sargent Hall arrived on the Island with the man who would eventually become her...
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