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A “Once in a Lifetime” Talking Heads tribute band
Frontman Jon Braun channels the wacky vocals, dance moves, and haircut of David Byrne
Art for the layman: Island Images opens in Oak Bluffs
Julian Wise's business model is one part mom-and-pop store, one part Harry Truman.
Water Tasting, Illumination Night, and music at the Y
The Oyster Pond estate formerly known as the Clinton Summer White House will be the home of the 16th Annual Water Tasting on August 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
Big Daddy Kane & Joe headline weekend festival
The Friday night show at Dreamland kicks off the M.V. Summer Madness Music Conference and Festival.
Vineyard Colors shine in photos of daily paper route
Island couple delivers papers – and photos – to thousands daily.
Featured Favorites: Books about Martha’s Vineyard
Edgartown Books recommends.
Dreamland hosts hit songwriter Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar
You may not recognize his name, but "Kootch" is the man behind some of the greatest songwriting of the 1970's.
The Zoo rocked out at The Lampost
It was a packed house at the Oak Bluffs bar as The Zoo played two nights in a row.
Amy Stewart discusses the botany of booze at Edgartown Books
And the author shares one of her favorite drink recipes with The Times.
"Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" by Cheryl Strayed – After her mother's death, Strayed finds herself caught in the mire of despair, doing drugs and having one night stands.
Variety the theme at Old Sculpin reception
Six Island artists show new work on Sunday.
Dreamland this week: The low-down on the line-up
Rebirth Brass Band, Howie Day, and The Wailers are scheduled to play the Oak Bluffs venue.
Brian Hall makes his first sopa for the Feast of the Holy Ghost
"I'm not even Portuguese," he said, but when the P-A club needed someone to make the Sopa to feed the masses at the feast, Brian Hall stepped up.
What’s new at the Washington Ledesma Gallery
Friday will mark the opening of the art show Fish in Latin American Art, a collaboration between Uraguayan sculptor/oil painter Washington Ledesma and Cuban acrylic artist Alejandro Carreno.
You don’t have to be a foodie to appreciate Vineyard food blogs
Martha's Vineyard boasts a rich menu of blogs devoted solely to food. The MV Times took a look at three mouth-watering examples.
Noteworthy events coming up on Martha’s Vineyard
From now until the end of August, the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown hosts free live music events on its front porch.
Featured Favorites: Top five current bestsellers
"Moby Dick" by Herman Melville – One of the best known classics of American literature, this book is available in many editions and versions.
Dreary weather didn’t deter the Arts District Stroll
Locals and vacationers alike came out to support Island galleries on Saturday's Arts District Stroll
Making a Fourth of July float is a labor of fun
Days before the procession set off down Main Street, parade participants were busy preparing their floats.
Saxo-rapper Devin Ferriera introduces “soul-rap” to the Dive Bar
He writes, he raps, he produces, he...plays saxophone? Devin Ferriera tells how he came to find his musical voice. On display this Saturday.