The Chilmark library hosts author Jill Iscol who will speak about her book, “Hearts on Fire: Stories of Today’s Visionaries Igniting Idealism into Action,” on Wednesday, Oct. 13, at 5 pm. Iscol wrote “Hearts on Fire” as a call to action to inspire people from all walks of life to join the social change movement,
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Christian singer and songwriter Dave Pettigrew will perform a concert at the First Baptist Church of Vineyard Haven on Friday, Sept. 24, at 7 pm. Pettigrew and his team are actively involved in two care outreaches helping the poor and needy, along with hope for the addicted. Opening for Pettigrew will be a few of
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Tough start for field hockey team The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School field hockey team has had a rough start to the 2021 season, playing some tough nonleague games, including two against Cape powerhouse Barnstable High. The result is an 0-5 start. Now the good news. Coach Becky Nutton’s team has only two seniors, and
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It was cold this morning, Monday, 48 degrees when I checked the thermometer outside our kitchen window, a morning for hot coffee, wool socks, and a quilt across my lap. Abby and the cats all disappeared upstairs as soon as they finished their breakfasts, back to still-warm nests. It will warm up through the day
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Heard on Main Street: “Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.” —Charles Schulz Yes, I still desperately miss my computer — it has all my recipes, not to mention those little bits that you enjoy called Heard on Main Street. As well as all your birthdays. And my address book and phone numbers, and it surely
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1:35 pm, September 22, 2021Thanks go out to those who made possible the roses tumbling over the white fence in front of the Congregational Church; the mums on the porch of the Ag Hall; and especially the gourd hanging at the end of Old Courthouse Road.
1:25 pm, September 22, 2021The windows are open, the air conditioners are off, it is cool at night for some great sleeping, and the days are warm enough to still wear T- shirts, capris and, most importantly, flip flops.