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She sells seashells (and gives them away, too)

Sherri Church of West Tisbury has taken the expression “happy as a clam” to heart. She has been using her business, Clammer Creations, in...

What do you see?

“Mechanical meets organic,” is how artist Beth Parker describes her work. In her acrylic paintings, Parker creates compelling little worlds populated by robotlike creatures...

Bake it great

Tracy Thorpe, program coordinator at the Chilmark library, had a delicious idea. An avid baker herself, she decided last September to initiate a Sweet...

Bewitching cookbook

A young woman who’s been summering on the Vineyard for all of her supernally natural life, namely Lisanna Wallance, has a positive genius for...

Here’s to a drink in ‘Another Round’

“Another Round,” a comedy on drinking behavior, opens on Friday, Jan. 8, at the M.V. Film Center, and continues online. Considering the distressing state...

Noepe Center for the Literary Arts announces writing workshops

Noepe Center for the Literary Arts at Featherstone recently announced its winter and spring 2021 writing workshops. The year gets started with Shira Erlichman,...

Let’s wrap this up

In 2020, with many people finding themselves with too much time on their hands, some learned to knit, some learned to bake bread, some...

Books of 2020

Books have been winning in 2020, one of the few rainbows apparent in our sickened and socially sullen national landscape. Through three-quarters of 2020, U.S....

The top 10 films in the Year of the Pandemic

At the close of 2020, it’s time to consider the 10 best films of the year. With the pandemic still raging and discouraging us...

When it’s all over

This has been a year to remember in any number of ways, so we thought it would be appropriate to ask those who spend...

‘Through a Lens’: Virtual gallery at the West Tisbury library

Although the West Tisbury library was forced by the pandemic to close its doors to the public in March, the staff has continued to...

‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ makes a sweet Christmas gift

“Wild Mountain Thyme,” a sugary Irish romance, comes to the M.V. Film Center on Thursday, Dec. 24, with the first in-person screening on Saturday,...

Slough Farm hosts comics workshop with Paul Karasik

Slough Farm in Edgartown has announced a new workshop with New Yorker cartoonist, international educator, and local storyteller Paul Karasik. Titled “Tales of the...

Chilmark library offers writing workshop

Are you working on a picture book, middle-grade or young adult story, or nonfiction for young people? Or have you always wanted to? Join...

Basia Jaworska: Activism through art

For the past decade or so, artist Basia Jaworska has turned the focus of her painting to civil rights and social and cultural issues....

Brushstroke by brushstroke

The brush in his hand, the art paper taped to a backing on his easel, the palette of paints and the water ready to...

Pop-up times deux

If you've already checked off everyone on your Christmas list, maybe it's time to consider giving yourself something special. The Workshop Gallery might just...

Italian retirees plan a move in ‘Citizens of the World’

“Citizens of the World,” an Italian comedy about three 70something retirees and their plans for the future, is playing virtually at the M.V. Film...
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