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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,...

It’s time for Holly Bellebuono’s ‘Little Book of Herbs’

If you've thought about starting an herb garden, right now, in the midst of this coronavirus social-distancing protocol, seems the best time to try...

Have Faith: Hope and Resurrection

It's been an interesting Easter season. It's like the coronavirus put us all in a state of perpetual Lent. Some of us are enjoying...

Páscoa e Páscoa on-line

As comunidades religiosas da Ilha estão trabalhando em como celebrar a Páscoa e a Páscoa no tempo da pandemia do COVID-19. O clero está...

Easter and Passover online

Updated April 9, 3:40 pm. Faith communities around the Island are working on how to celebrate Easter and Passover in the time of the COVID-19...

Good Shepherd Parish oferece distribuição de alimentos

Em Oak Bluffs, a igreja Good Shepherd Parish leva a mensagem do evangelho "alimentar meu povo" ao coração. O centro paroquial localizado no endereço...

Good Shepherd Parish offers drive-up food distribution

In Oak Bluffs, Good Shepherd Parish takes the gospel message “feed my people” to heart. The parish center at 55 School St. typically hosts...

Stella Salumeria brings the North End to the Island

Missing authentic Italian food like the kind you find in Boston's North End? You don't have to wait anymore. On the Oak Bluffs Harbor,...

Peter Boak extends his stay with Island Community Chorus

Every cloud really does have a silver lining. Music director of Island Community Chorus, Peter Boak, who planned to retire after the chorus’ December...

Carly Simon and Ken Burns take us out to the ballgame

Who missed Major League Baseball’s opening day yesterday? We know we can't go to a game right now, but we can watch Ken Burns'...

Have Faith: Hold on

This virus has turned things upside down. I still have to figure out how to pick up two of my son's medications that weren't...

Nonprofits not exempt from coronavirus

With the stock market taking a nosedive, and the federal government still working on how to help American families, there's one group that will...
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