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Mason’s new music

If you've been waiting for a new Willy Mason album to drop, you're in luck. “Already Dead,” produced by Noel Heroux, releases August 6....

Have Faith: Surviving and thriving

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The Little Children of Mary, a faith-based local organization whose mission is to work for peace however they can and to support those in...

Have Faith: Saying goodbye, for now

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Being a priest isn't like being a dentist. Dentists can retire someday, stop pulling teeth and looking at X-rays. Priests, on the other hand,...

Have Faith: Waiting on God

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My patience went out the window a long time ago, and I'm still waiting for its unlikely return. I think my whole family might...

Arts for everyone

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of Featherstone Center for the Arts, located on the old Stevens family farm in Oak Bluffs. It has...

Domestic Disturbances: I just can’t do it

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Last summer everybody and their brother worked diligently on how to plant, harvest, and preserve their own vegetables because we thought the end of...

The best is yet to come

“I'm in Taylor, Mississippi, population 343, plus me,” Jack Sonni laughed when I asked him where he was living these days in a phone...

New film addresses mental health

The beautiful clay cliffs of Aquinnah serve as a backdrop for a film shoot later this summer as the producers and crew of the...

Have Faith: New youth and children’s pastor

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Oh, I remember it well: Getting three kids dressed for church by myself and walking literally next door to St. Anne's Church in Parish,...

Sweet serendipity

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Gilbert Lorenzoni bicycled to the newspaper office from his Oak Bluffs home last week to tell us a story about connections and family, and...

Let’s hear it for the bands

The Times reached out to some local musicians to get an idea of when we can see them next, playing live for Island audiences....

Puff pastry paranoia

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I make the same salad every weekend — chopped Romaine lettuce, cucumbers, kalamata olives, chickpeas, feta cheese, avocado, and green onions, with a very...

‘Food is culture’

There's likely no better expert on the food and the culinary practices of African Americans than Dr. Jessica B. Harris, and millions of people...

Shakshuka, how I love you

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I love visiting my daughter in Brookline, and not just because she’s my most brilliant and beautiful daughter, but also because there are so...

Have Faith: Pentecost Sunday

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When I first started writing this column, I thought about how awesome it would be to learn more about other religions as I wrote...

Veggie spaghetti

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We were out at the Cape Cod Mall, picking up my annual supply of Bath and Body Works goodies, when I decided we needed...

Have Faith: Easter at the Tabernacle

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I can't begin to find all the words needed to describe how great it was to gather at the Tabernacle on Easter Sunday afternoon...

Biscuit business

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Jen Wood's Voyager class at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School has embarked on a business venture that's producing a new local product: Purple Paws...

More power to you

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I started ordering ‘power bowls’ — those good-size serving bowls filled with things like quinoa, brown rice, raw kale, roasted veggies, and sometimes a...

Have Faith: Easter and Passover

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It's that time of year, when I ask Island clergy about Passover and Easter services. It's also that time of year when they're probably...