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Spectrum Film Festival offers LGBTQ insights

The fifth annual Spectrum Film Festival arrives virtually and at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, May 7, through Sunday, May 9. This powerful...

Defying gender

  The subject of Vineyard native Victoria Campbell's latest film, “Dimka,” is an enigma. A Russian immigrant living in Brooklyn who wears wigs and makeup,...

A bit of everything

What do you do when you open a new shop just a few weeks before the country shuts down, and your primary source of...

Edgartown School invites you to the drive-in

The Edgartown School PTA presents a special drive-in movie event with the help of the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival. On Friday and Saturday, May...

Finding Lucy Stone

Since reading an advance copy of Katherine Sherbrooke’s “Leaving Coy’s Hill,” I haven’t stopped talking about about the abolitionist, suffragist, and orator Lucy Stone....

Coping skills

Seems to me there couldn’t be a better time for a book for kids about an appealing and easy way to handle stress, as...

Film: The Truffle Hunters

“The Truffle Hunters” arrived at the MV Film Center for a week on Thursday, April 29. Directed by Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw, this...

Happy trails

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Things are hopping for the staff at The Trustees of Reservations. One of the remarkable things about the organization is how much they have...

Flowers flourish at Featherstone (and beyond)

Thanks to the Featherstone Center for the Arts, virtual flowers are currently in bloom — in tune with blossoms in the natural world —...

Under the sea

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Vineyard resident Greg Mone has written an intense and phantasmagorical young adult novel of a future world in the U.S. after the climate change...

Alison Shaw’s mentorship show at the Field Gallery

Each year, photographer Alison Shaw and Susan Dawson mentor a group of students, then stage a show of their works at the Alison Shaw...

Minnesingers plan for limited-admission live shows

Last March, choral singing was among the many group activities that were rendered out of the question due to social distancing and room occupancy...

A look at Cézanne’s portraits

“Cézanne: Portraits of a Life” comes to the M.V. Film Center (and also virtually) on Thursday, April 29. This TV documentary, directed by Phil...

Begin your summer of drawing

Chappaquiddick-based artist Elizabeth Whelan believes that anyone can draw, and that everyone should — at least for fun. For that reason, she'll be leading...

Live and learn

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Michael Tougias is a prolific New York Times bestselling author and co-author, with more than 30 books to his name. Even though his newest...

Small works, small island

It's probably fair to say that most Vineyarders have never visited the island of Cuttyhunk, or, for that matter, know much about our little...

MV Eats delivers

For the first time on Martha’s Vineyard, a food delivery service will partner with restaurants to bring delicious local fare to your doorstep. The new...
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