Miriam (Mimi) Berlin died of pneumonia at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center on Thursday, Jan. 1. She was 88.
Eighth grader Owen Porterfield was the winner of the 2015 Tisbury School Geography Bee.
A celebration of Island cats and dogs is currently on display in the Spotlight Gallery at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 28, showcases the role of pets in the lives of Islanders since the mid 19th century.
Think your chili is the best in the land? Think again, or better yet, come try everyone else’s and check out the competition at the annual MVY Radio’s Big Chili Contest on Saturday.
Whatever the Outcome is both an end result and a process. It’s the art of creation as much as the finished product. Craig Minor is listed as the chief instigator of this movement on the Island.
It’s a celebration of all things Scottish at the Martha’s Vineyard Scottish Society’s annual Burns Nicht celebration, Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Harbor View Hotel.
On Sunday, Feb. 1, at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Martha’s Vineyard, Lucy Hackney will talk about her personal friendship with Rosa Parks.
The Tisbury planning board and the board of selectmen are hosting a public meeting to review the findings of the vision planning process, present action steps based on the findings and seek community input.
On Saturday, Jan. 24, the IMP improv group will perform a show at Alex’s Place at the YMCA at 7 p.m. Anyone getting bitten by the improv bug can then join the troupe for afterschool sessions on Saturdays.