Monthly Archives: August 2012
Chilmark Community Center Potluck Jam with over twenty Island musicians. Friday August 3, 6pm. Bring your own food and drink.
This week we found the Iced Chai Bomb from Mocha Mott's and The Left Bank Martini from Chesca's.
"Monsieur Lazhar" comes back, "Dolphin Boy" plays at Hebrew Center, "A Cat in Paris" at The FARM Institute, and "Queen of Versailles" in Oak Bluffs.
Peter Parker/Spider-Man, everyone's hero, in an over-the-top, action-packed feature that easily keeps pace with its early incarnations.
Gregg Harcourt and Mary Wolverton of KCT Concerts continue to bring world-class acts to Martha's Vineyard.
The Vineyard dance community will unite at the Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs from August 9 to 12 and 18 to 21 to celebrate the 16th year of Built on Stilts.
Although it's tucked away, Vineyard Arts Project is a busy percolator for exciting new work that is emerging in the national theater & dance scene.
This summer, The Yard celebrates 40 years of dance, mixing in elements of other performance arts such as theater and music.
Local designers, boutiques, and models will hit the runway at the second annual Martha's Vineyard Fashion Week, from Sept. 17-22.
The 2nd annual Martha's Vineyard Jazz Fest is August 4–11.
A host of artists from the Africa disaspora will bring their work to Oak Bluffs, starting August 9.
Island galleries are finding new ways to reach out into the community.
Over the past decade, the art of filmmaking has increasingly revealed itself across the Island.
Jazz Art is the subject for Featherstone Center's new Martha's Vineyard exhibit.
On Martha's Vineyard, Old Sculpin Gallery will host a talk on art with a message about beach debris.
On Martha's Vineyard, All-Island Art Show tops off gallery events.
While Martha's Vineyard's galleries are the mainstay for most art, it appears in hotels, restaurants and music venues,too.
Impressionist and contemporary are the two styles in which Martha's Vineyard artist Traeger diPietro paints.
Mr. Zeitz has the look of one who is in constant motion, as he is when working, particularly when he is talking about his work.