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Connie Berry

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Through an artist’s eyes

Artist Dick Iacovello has a terrific eye for color and form, and his latest pieces demonstrate his expertise. Iacovello celebrated his 82nd birthday last...

Feel-good cookies

Every once in a while I execute a stroke of genius in the kitchen, and I've apparently passed the gene down to my daughter,...

Have Faith: Everyone has a story

For a man who relishes his past experience working with missionaries in such far-flung places as Africa and Russia, the Rev. Dr. Leo Christian...

Little cafe around the corner

Authentic Italian food is a precious commodity on Martha's Vineyard, and Chef Salvatore della Torre is bringing it to the table with his new...

Have Faith: The time has come

I’ve been thinking, and who hasn’t these days, about racism and how each of us can work deliberately and earnestly to change the fear,...

Thinking KFC?

I’m a big fan of sneaking off with my husband to the Barn Bowl & Bistro on a weeknight in the off-season to grab...

Have Faith: A fisherman’s journey

Stanley Larsen's fishing boat, Four Kids, pulled up to the dock in Menemsha a little after 10 am last Thursday, under a bright blue...

Midlife adventures

Imagine hoisting yourself up onto the back of a large truck, carrying everything from corn and barley to dead animals, pulling your duffel bag...

Have Faith: Finding community

Worship services look very different these days. Pastors are recording services and daily messages to view on YouTube or Facebook or Zoom, and during...

David Cronig celebrates his 106th birthday 

David Cronig turned 106 on May 19, and he celebrated at the Henrietta Brewer House in Vineyard Haven, the same town where he grew...

Live, Saturday nights

For Island music lovers who miss the great live performances almost every night of the week at the Ritz in Oak Bluffs, you're in...

Life, learning on hold for special needs students

Ryan Murray, a student with autism in the Navigator class at the Martha's Vineyard High School, is having a tough time without a strict...

Have Faith: Righting wrongs

Back when Europeans first landed in the New World in 1620, there were 69 tribes in the Wampanoag Nation, extending from Provincetown to Narragansett...

Welcome to their world

The now-virtual Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival opens with the Friday, May 8, online premiere of “Spaceship Earth.” The documentary is about as ironic as...

Coronavirus Chronicles: (Not) keeping up appearances

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted my appearance in countless ways, although the CDC failed to mention this side effect. The sickness began with my...

55Plus: Healthy Agers enjoy a ‘Y Without Walls’

Instead of meeting at the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard during the week, the Healthy Agers group is getting together virtually through Zoom. Many of...

Have Faith: When hope feels far away

By now we're all used to the idea that most religious services are being held remotely. But that doesn't mean we don't miss the...

The Yard keeps on dancing during coronavirus

Rather than herald its summer lineup this time of year, the Yard dance and performing and creative arts platform in Chilmark announced that they...

Virtual poetry at the Playhouse

April is National Poetry Month, and for all those who miss Poetry and PIe Wednesdays at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, don’t fret because you...

A humorous guide on how to work from home 

When I found out MV Times freelancer Michael Wexler wrote a book titled “The Work From Home Survival Guide,” I was beside myself. Well,...