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Diana Kennedy makes Mexican food the best

What better way to spend time at home during the pandemic than to cook? Mexican food expert Diana Kennedy inspires that pastime. The author...

Environmental Film Festival gives us much to ponder

The Environmental Film Festival enters its sixth year, this time virtually, on Thursday, May 21, at the M.V. Film Center. The films will be...

‘Out of My Head’ explains how migraines work

“Out of My Head,” Susanna Styron’s award-winning documentary about migraines, will be available on DVD and streaming, starting June 9. June is National Migraine...

Artisans go online

If you're afraid that you'll be missing out on the opportunity to shop the work of local artists and artisans this summer, not to...

What is happening these days?

Updated June 4 Though coronavirus is disrupting the Island’s seasonal activities, there are still some things that we can enjoy. June West Tisbury Farmers Market, Starting June...

Documentary that features Peter Simon streaming

A documentary that features interviews with the late Peter Simon and photographs from his collection about the early days of WBCN is going to...

Take a break

The YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard has always been so much more than just a place to work out — it’s a network of resources...

Online community poetry reading

On Sunday, May 17, from 4 to 5 pm, the West Tisbury library presents an online Community Poetry Reading, via Zoom. According to a...

A night with the Trivia Brothers

The Martha's Vineyard Library Association hosts a night of zany, interactive, lighthearted trivia fun with the Trivia Brothers on Saturday, May 16, at 7...

Free virtual art class with Tiffiney Shoquist

Join the Chilmark library on May 16 and 23, as Tiffiney Shoquist, artist and art and fashion teacher at MVRHS, introduces ways of sketching...

Sailing and whaling

In “Whaling Captains of Color: America's First Meritocracy,” Island writer Skip Finley has produced an extraordinary work that will change your perspective on the...

Art of flowers

Despite the shutdown, nature is still thriving, as witnessed by the spectacle of spring flowers blooming everywhere, including in the digital domain. The Featherstone...

Discovering synchronized ice skating, an almost unknown sport

“Life in Synchro” comes virtually to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society site on May 23. Exploring the subject of synchro ice skating, the film...

Canceled seasonal events

Updated June 1 Due to concerns about the coronavirus, here is a list of event cancellations for the 2020 season on Martha's Vineyard: Entire season: Martha's...

Live, Saturday nights

For Island music lovers who miss the great live performances almost every night of the week at the Ritz in Oak Bluffs, you're in...

Birding from home with Felix Neck Bird-a-thon

Felix Neck invites the entire community to take part in their annual Bird-a-thon, with a bit of a twist. Normally, Felix Neck sends teams of...

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...

Pink & Green Weekend on the web

Virtually celebrate the spring season and Mother's Day for Edgartown's 9th annual Pink & Green weekend on May 8 to 10. Festivities for the...

Jennifer Smith Turner’s ‘Child Bride’ earns book award

“Child Bride” by Jennifer Smith Turner has been announced as the winner in the fiction category for the Black Caucus of the American Library...

‘Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint’ showcases a pioneering artist

“Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint” describes the work and life of the long-unrecognized Swedish artist who pioneered abstract art. “Beyond the Visible” plays...