Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

An evening with Jeremy Berlin

The Edgartown library’s Zoom Room offers an evening of jazz standards and improvisation from the keyboard of Jeremy Berlin on Friday, June 19, at...

Taking a stroll on the Vineyard

The Vineyard, Nantucket, and Cape Cod are all natural gems that contain some of the most idyllic locations and sought-after vistas in New England,...

Two films explore friendship from different angles

“The Painter and the Thief,” a documentary, and “Driveways,” a fictional film, are joining the Film Society’s virtual offerings. The two films are very...

Island life

Anyone familiar with the village of Menemsha surely knows the tiny Harbor Craft Shop next to the Bite, which operated for decades under the...

West Tisbury library hosts virtual book talk

On Wednesday, June 24 at 5 pm, the West Tisbury library presents an online book talk with local author Thomas Dresser. According to the...

What is happening these days?

Updated July 2 Though coronavirus is disrupting the Island’s seasonal activities, there are still some things that we can enjoy. Entire Season West Tisbury Farmers Market: Every...

The forgotten heroes of D-Day

The men who landed on the beaches of Normandy are regarded as heroes, and they most certainly deserve that moniker. But the D-Day invasion...

NIkki Sedacca Gallery opens in a new location

Nikki Sedacca Gallery opens in June in a new space, 7 Winter St., Edgartown. The gallery will exhibit an “exceptional selection of jewelry and...

‘Military Wives,’ left at home, sing their hearts out

“Military Wives” is the M.V. Film Society’s latest movie available online. About British wives whose husbands have been deployed to Afghanistan, it’s based on...

Now playing

To be effective, a play must set a tone, develop characters, and tell a complete story with a beginning, middle, and end — not...

Dreaming with Seth Meyers

Like many others fortunate enough to still be working, comedian, writer, television host, and seasonal Chilmark resident Seth Meyers has found new ways to...

‘Solace and Insight’

First prize and $100 each went to high schoolers Maggie Chronister, Mya O’Neill, and Morgan Scanlon in this year's Art Competition, sponsored annually by...

Scarlet Rivera and the Bluefish

When Tim Goodman walked into Fred Walecki’s guitar shop in Malibu in February of 2014, little did he know that he was about to...

Still keeping the light on

The slogan for the Pathways Arts program is “Keeping a Light On in Chilmark.” This statement reflects the fact that the up-Island community generally...

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...

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...