Saturday, July 11, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

Game night

The tease of warm weather last weekend did not inspire me to head outdoors. Instead, I continued my plans for indoor fun to pass...

On the go

Ok, so it's January on Martha's Vineyard. Post-holiday blues. Patriots choked against the Ravens, so no playoffs. Opening Day at Fenway is months away....

Martin Luther King still shows the way

The theme of the annual Martha's Vineyard NAACP membership and award brunch this year was "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Barack Obama" and...

Origami unfolded: “Between the Folds”

Paper hats, paper airplanes, and origami cranes seem like child's play. The documentary "Between the Folds" demonstrates that paper folding is far more sophisticated...

Play on: “Twelfth Night”

For every season there is a play, and right after New Year's, it's time for "Twelfth Night." Cue Shakespeare for the Masses: Quick and...

Crafty solutions

The holidays are over, the snow is not leaving, and the artic blast just doesn't seem to end. Why not settle in, get cozy,...

Take your chances: Karaoke at Seasons

Each Tuesday and Saturday night, Season's Eatery and Pub in Oak Bluffs tries to help Vineyarders and visitors endure those long, cold winter nights...

Trouble parades in on New Year’s

Tom Quinn's film, "The New Year Parade," uses preparations for the traditional New Years Mummers Parade as the background for a story about a...

Making a difference: “Three Cups of Tea” project

It sounds like the plot of some sort of adventure movie with an emotional twist. In 1993, having spent 70 days trying to scale...

Skin deep

While many of us have made a New Year's resolution to improve our appearance with a fitness regimen, few may have thought to spend...

Young artist is ready to move on

Amid the down-pouring rains and heavy winds, young artist Alexae Levin displayed her work at Featherstone Gallery last Thursday evening. Using a wide variety of...