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REBOOT Workshop canceled

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The Mansion House has rescheduled their REBOOT workshop from Jan. 7 to Jan. 14.

Policy summit canceled

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Senator elect Julian Cyr's Jan. 7 policy summit at Cape Cod Community College has been cancelled due to inclement weather.

Blizzard conditions expected for Martha's Vineyard on Saturday

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Updated 11:40 am, Saturday The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a blizzard warning from 7 am Saturday,  Jan. 7 until 4 am on Jan....

Varsity girls hockey team celebrates first season win on home ice

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Girls Varsity hockey team notched their first win of the season on home ice Friday night, Dec. 30,...

2016: A great year for the arts

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I've seen far too many articles in the past month purporting that 2016 was "the worst year." I won't dispute that the majority of...

Save the Butterflies

We are holding a “Save the Monarch” Festival on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Chilmark School from 1:30 to 2:30 pm. The money we...

‘The Last Artists’ Marine Hospital tour

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“Yo, we’re here inside the Marine Hospital,” a young man said into his iPhone camera before swinging it around to take a panorama of...

Font Bureau: An international type foundry has Martha’s Vineyard roots

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When it comes to fonts, most of us are passive consumers. Type is under our noses all day long — in our TV commercials,...

Elliott Dacher’s ‘Transitions’ empowers readers to be their own hero

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Most people who get really excited about Star Wars nerd out on the astronomy of the Perlemian Trade Route, or the mechanics of the...

Talib Kweli’s Lampost appearance was hasty, but red-hot

Tickets to the Lampost sold out on Monday night, so it was obvious there were hip-hop lovers in the audience. But headliner Talib Kweli...

The Alison Shaw Gallery celebrates 10 years in business

There are only a few single-artist galleries on Martha’s Vineyard, and they face a unique business challenge: How do you keep the work and...

Talkin’ blues (and other world music) with Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal has been all around this world. And while he is best known as an accomplished blues musician, he has proved himself a...

Junot Díaz and John Forté make for an intimate evening at Gallery Josephine

Updated 3 pm, Aug. 2. Before Pulitzer-prize winning author Junot Diaz began his reading and Q&A at Gallery Josephine on Friday night, he called gallery...

‘Occupied Territories’ bridges the gap between veterans and civilians

It was 1969, and Steve Maxner was in a concrete bunker in Vietnam, witnessing his daughter’s birth for the first time on videotape. Less...

Dan Sharkovitz dissects the meat of ‘Hamlet’ at ‘Islanders Read’ event

“Hamlet” begins with a question: Who’s there? That’s just the start of the play’s enigmatic nature, which has been intriguing and confounding audiences since...

War letters humanize history on the Performing Arts Center stage

Updated June 30, 10:30 am.  In a world of social media, emails, and text messaging, Andrew Carroll is one of the few who still seek...

Goin’ mobile: Holistic health care hits the road

Kristin Henriksen of Reindeer Bridge in Vineyard Haven puts the “whole” in holistic health practitioner. Her training includes nutrition, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, reiki, and...

Photos: Taste of the Vineyard 2016

Updated: Tuesday, June 21, 2:40 pm. For those lucky enough to secure tickets to Thursday night’s 31st annual Taste of the Vineyard Gourmet Stroll, admittance...

The local music lowdown: Outdoor music resurges on Martha’s Vineyard

Since we heard Flatbread would not reopen this summer, The Times Calendar section has been lamenting the loss of Martha’s Vineyard music venues. There...

Doing a stretch at the Dukes County House of Correction

The mention of a yoga program at the Dukes County House of Correction (DCHOC) often elicits snarky remarks, suggestions that the facility is more...