Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Eden, a gardener’s dream

Now in its 25th year, Eden Market and Garden Center on State Road in Vineyard Haven has aged with ever-growing glory.

Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard celebrates summer

On a gorgeous midsummer eve, 280 guests poured happily into Farm Neck Golf Club on Monday for the Summer Soiree, the signature annual fundraiser for Hospice of Martha's Vineyard.

Skateboard camp on Martha’s Vineyard

Skateboarding has always been a niche activity.

Edgartown’s new farmers market

At the heart of the new Edgartown Farmers' Market is the booth run by the Edgartown School's PTO.


The Sunday doubleheaders at Flanders Field are starting earlier and earlier.


The music is wonderful.

Bluestem, native to Martha’s Vineyard

August is the time of the most active growth and flowering for a surprising number of our native plants.

Campaign against human trafficking in Oak Bluffs

This Sunday evening, August 8, the Not For Sale Campaign will give a compelling, one-hour presentation on human trafficking, specifically the sex-slave industry, at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle.

Battling abuse on Martha’s Vineyard

The 13th Annual Water Tasting by the Sea was held at the home of Richard and Nancy Friedman on Oyster Pond in Edgartown on Thursday, July 29.


Early this summer, The Times walked along the main streets of Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven, looking for interesting tattoos.

West Tisbury Bell Choir performs on Chappy ferry

The West Tisbury Handbell Choir boarded the Chappy Ferry, the On Time, last Friday evening for Bells On Time: A Floating Concert.

A ballad at Owen Park

The Vineyard Haven Band performed their third of four concerts at Owen Park last Sunday evening, August 1 .

To a Lady with Attitude

this half-built nest on Crystal Lake.

New chapter for West Tisbury library

Some of West Tisbury's finest talent was on proud display on Sunday evening at "Library After Hours.

Re-stocking the dock

Local musicians turned out in force at Nectar's on Friday night in support of fishermen in Menemsha who lost gear during the July 12 fire at the Coast Guard boathouse.

Windemere’s furry friends

Mary Butynski gets acquainted with an alpaca named Dom Perignon, aka Cocoa, outside Windemere in late June.

Celebrating Walter Cronkite

The life of Walter Cronkite — long-time CBS anchorman, Vineyard sailor, and friend of many Islanders — was celebrated at the Whaling Church in Edgartown on Sunday evening, July 18.


Are we really going to get another presidential visit this summer? It seems only fair, since Chelsea Clinton did not get married here as all the rumors swirling around last summer predicted she would.


It's good to be back on M.

Possible Dreams remain possible, but venerable MVCS auction’s proceeds trimmed sharply

Decorated by a huge white tent Monday evening, Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs was the site of the 32nd annual Possible Dreams Auction, the summer-defining auction of all auctions that benefits Martha's Vineyard Community Services (MVCS).