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Have Faith: Principles in politics

They say never discuss religion or politics at a dinner party, but what about when the two topics seem inextricably connected? We've been debating...

Now playing

While cozy dinners with friends and trips to hear live music in tightly packed venues have gone by the wayside during the coronavirus pandemic,...

Broccoli-palooza

My obsession with finding the best broccoli salad began shortly after I discovered Cronig’s had closed down its salad bar due to COVID-19 some...

Have Faith: Sharing the faith

This pandemic has forced us into new ways of doing things — working from home and communicating on Zoom, wearing masks and standing six...

Author accolades

Joyce Wagner may be semi-retired, but she’s far from ready to put down her laptop. The former MV Times writer, humorist, columnist, and short...

Caesar pleaser

Who doesn’t love a Caesar salad? It’s one of my favorite things to order when we eat out, and then I can pretend like...

Have Faith: Words and meanings

I must've had four or five people text me or message me on Facebook all at the same time about Pope Francis' pronounced position...

Good reads, good eats

The Island community is used to its libraries connecting, educating, enlightening, and entertaining us; now the Vineyard Haven library has just added nourishing the...

Groovy smoothie

Remember the days when smoothies were a whole lot like a milkshake with a little fruit thrown in? Apparently those days are long gone....

Have Faith: Flexibility is the key

When the coronavirus hit, many folks missed a lot more than visiting family and friends; they missed gathering with their church and synagogue family...

2020 Shakes things up

Just when we thought the coronavirus pandemic would ruin everything this summer, Island nonprofits the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival and the YMCA found a...

Homegrown hops

It's nice to know that COVID-19 hasn't wreaked havoc on this year's local hop harvest, and it's even nicer knowing that Hopps Farm Road...

Have songs, will travel

The coronavirus rules are wearing thin on most of us, including the Island elders. Singer-songwriter-musician Jemima James and support services coordinator for Island Elderly...

Have Faith: ‘Walking Together Apart’

It was apparent when the coronavirus hit that Islanders who ordinarily wouldn't visit the Food Pantry, Family to Family, or M.V. Food Baskets were...

Have Faith: There is a season

From the time I was very little, I can remember wanting to be around adults, anyone older than myself. My cousins would go off...

Music at the movies

Laurel Redington, community outreach director at MVY Radio, says that a three-legged stool is the strongest kind. So when three Island nonprofits — the...

Magical reading

A little more than a year ago, Robin Tuck lost her daughter Elke Klein, 24, in a drowning accident at Lagoon Pond. Elke was...

Have Faith: Prayer

I Google just about everything, Google being a verb in this case. I Google people I already know and those I don't know. During...

‘The Glorias’ is glorious

Viewers of a certain age, men and women, will get their memories jogged next week when director Julie Taymor's “The Glorias” screens at both...

Have Faith: One woman’s Judaism

One of the perks of writing this column is the chance to visit with friends and talk to them about their faith. No matter...
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