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Yard work

Chloe Jones, the Yard’s executive director, is brimming with good news. While the winter-spring season included three residencies, two of which happened in the...

Telling other people’s stories

James Dale tells other people’s stories. It’s not that he’s a biographer; his books tend more toward memoir — only he’s not writing his...

Summer with the Playhouse

Live theater will be back this year, thanks to the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse. Although the organization's Vineyard Haven facility won't be open, the theater's...

The story of an extreme skier and jumper

“Super Frenchie,” a documentary about French-born extreme skier Matthias Giraud, is playing virtually at the M.V. Film Society. With summer weather arriving on the...

Blooming Art returns to the Old Mill

The Martha's Vineyard Garden Club recently announced that they will host the Blooming Art show this year at the Old Mill in West Tisbury....

‘Tangled Vines’

“Tangled Vines, Island Crimes” is a ripping good tale. This is no summer romance or breezy beach read. Its dark storyline takes place after...

ThRough the pandemic

Walking through the rabbit hole is exactly what the pandemic experience has been like — an altered reality not unlike attending the Mad Hatter’s...

Sense of place

Bestselling authors like Judy Blume, Richard Russo, Richard North Patterson, Geraldine Brooks, Linda Fairstein, and Elin Hilderbrand have done it. The list continues with...

MVFF drive-in series is back for summer

The popular drive-in movie series returns to the Island this summer, sponsored by Chilmark’s M.V. Film Festival in collaboration with the YMCA of Martha’s...

Let’s hear it for the bands

The Times reached out to some local musicians to get an idea of when we can see them next, playing live for Island audiences....

Mood-evoking images and maritime masterpieces at Louisa Gould Gallery

The Louisa Gould Gallery was one of the few to have stayed open steadily during the pandemic — when allowable, and with strict safety...

Night Heron Gallery adds artists to the co-op

Joining the group of artists and artisans who offer their work at the Night Heron cooperative gallery in Vineyard Haven are four women who...

Joy rides

Since 1884, the Flying Horses Carousel in Oak Bluffs, the oldest platform carousel in the country, has delighted people of all ages. It opened...

Martha’s Vineyard Bank is presenting sponsor of Beach Road Weekend

Martha’s Vineyard Bank announced that it will be the presenting sponsor of the Beach Road Weekend “350” Martha’s Vineyard Music Festival, held July 23...

Readying for summer, Martha’s Vineyard Museum reopens exhibits

With summer on the doorstep, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum is reopening the remaining spaces previously closed due to the pandemic; the museum is expanding...

Built on Stilts welcomes performance works

The Island’s homegrown community dance festival, Built on Stilts, is gearing up for its August performances at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs. The dance...

Swimming with a friendly octopus

“My Octopus Teacher” arrives at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, June 4, and also screens on Tuesday, June 8, for World Ocean Day....

Two galleries, two shows, one mission

Val Francis and her husband Ralph H. Grace III opened the doors to the Knowhere Gallery in the Oak Bluffs' Arts District three years...
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