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Tisbury Street Fair was postponed to Saturday

The forty-year-old annual party, scheduled for Friday night, was rescheduled to Saturday due to concerns about the weather.

Michael Dutton out as Oak Bluffs town administrator

Oak Bluffs selectmen announced Friday morning that they have accepted a negotiated resignation from Michael Dutton.

West Tisbury reopened beaches last Friday after one day closure

West Tisbury reopened Lambert's Cove Beach, Seth's Pond, Long Cove Pond, and Tisbury Great Pond beach Friday morning following a one day closure.

Gallery events on Martha’s Vineyard

Vineyard Artisans Festival 10 am-2 pm, Grange Hall, West Tisbury.

Elissa Turnbull at Chilmark Library

This month, the colorful abstract drawings and acrylic paintings art of Island artist Elissa Turnbull are on display at the Chilmark Library.

The Oak Bluffs Arts District Art Stroll

The first of the two annual Arts District Art Strolls takes place this Saturday evening, July 9, on Dukes County Avenue in Oak Bluffs.

Glances at Vineyard Galleries

What's going on at the Field Gallery, L'Elegance, Cousen Rose, Shaw Cramer, Dragonfly, and artist Ovid Ward.

Close Up at The John Stobart Gallery

A close up look at an oil painting by John Stobart.

How much is intention and how much is dictated by materials?

West Tisbury paper artist Sandy Bernat answers the weekly question.

Barney Zeitz: Thinking big

Barney Zeitz fashions metals and glass into colorful, stark, and sometimes whimsical expressions of the human condition.

Oak Bluffs

July 4th weekend brought good weather, traffic, visitors, and fireworks.


What's new, people? Everyone's getting their summer on and forgetting about Li'l ol' Linley, sitting here at her computer, waiting for news of your goings-on.

West Tisbury

The 4th of July has come and will be gone by the time you read this.


Many thanks to physician assistant Anthony Piland for his extraordinary kindness and efficiency in the Emergency Room.


My avid and ever faithful sports commentator Bill Edison reported in on the fun and frolic that happens at Flanders Field during Sunday morning softball.


Okay Vineyard, the game is on.

Vineyard Arts Project presents New Writers, New Plays

Four young playwrights have been on the Vineyard for a month completing new work, which will be presented this weekend at the Vineyard Arts Project.

Noteworthy events

The Vineyard Playhouse was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society offers renowned musicians

This year's Summer Festival kicks off on July 11 and 12 with selections from J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, Piazzolla, and Schwantner.

Speaker series at Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center

This summer, a well-rounded lineup adds another illustrious season to the initiative that started 13 years ago.