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Third annual Women in Film Festival arrives next weekend

The Women in Film Festival enters its third year, bringing seven interesting and unusual films to the M.V. Film Center and virtually on Friday,...

All together now at Ladyfest 2021

It was a bright evening, with enough of a chill to require a sweater, last Saturday night for Ladyfest 2021 on Circuit Ave. in...

Self-guided ghost tours in time for Halloween

Local author Thomas Dresser brings his self-guided walking tour, Ghosts of Edgartown, to the community just before the spooky season begins. By downloading the...

MVFF drive-in film festival signs off until next summer

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The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival’s popular pay-what-you-can drive-in series, offered in conjunction with the YMCA, is closing this fall with its last films the...

Gardens of inspiration

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Elise LeBovit had been a frequent visitor to Mytoi, the Japanese garden on Chappaquiddick, for years before she discovered that the garden's name is...

Writing that flows

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Both before and throughout this crazy pandemic, I’ve been able to experience Moira Silva’s memoir writing workshops. I originally joined because while I have...

A Renaissance painting mystery, and the return of a romantic comedy

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Playing at the M.V. Film Center on Thursday, Sept. 30, is “The Lost Leonardo,” a documentary detective story that will intrigue far more viewers...

Kids rock

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Anyone who has gone to an all-ages community event with live music has seen that young children are the first to get onto the...

From Austen to Wharton

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There’s been only one good thing that’s come from the pandemic as far as I’m concerned — Dee Leopold’s fabulously engaging M.V. Library Association...

Choose the best of the Manhattan Short Film Festival

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The 24th annual Manhattan Short Film Festival begins today, Thursday, Sept. 23, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 3. In this festival, not only do...

Ladyfest returns to Circuit Avenue

Ladyfest, the annual female-fueled arts and music festival that raises awareness and funds for M.V. Community Services’ Connect to End Violence, will return once...

‘Finding a Lost Vineyard House’ explores relationship between the Wampanoag tribe and English colonists

Archaeologists and Islanders Richard (Dick) Burt and Dr. James (Jim) B. Richardson III tell the history of more than 10,500 years on Martha’s Vineyard...

Visual language

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Three artists exhibit at both the physical and virtual gallery at the West Tisbury library this month in “The Abstract Collective.” While each one’s...

All the elements

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Next year Geoffrey Borr will celebrate 40 years of making mugs, bowls, vases, lamps, and dozens of other items at Chilmark Pottery — 50,...

There’s still season left at Old Sculpin

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If you haven't made it over to Edgartown's Old Sculpin Gallery this year, the next few weeks will offer a last chance to visit...

Glassworks: Everything is illuminated

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Walking into Glassworks on its historic property in West Tisbury is magical. The luminescent gallery is filled with the translucent colors of glass objects...

On Broadway

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The documentary “On Broadway" makes an appropriate follow-up to the International Film Festival, and it opens on Thursday, Sept. 16, running through the following...

An innkeeper’s tale

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The fourth book in Jean Stone’s Vineyard series, “A Vineyard Crossing,” is every bit as absorbing and moving as her previous books. And all...

Spiritual Windows: Monotypes by Issa Van Dyke

Islander artist Issa Van Dyke will show a collection of her monotypes at the Art Barn in West Tisbury this weekend. In March 2020, as...

Woven among poetry

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Synchronicity has had a lot to do with the publication of Annette Sandrock's book of poetry, "Labyrinth." Like the maze from Greek mythology that...
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