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This is event marathon week on the Island.

Romney arrives Saturday for big ticket fundraiser

Mitt Romney will spend an afternoon on Martha's Vineyard with supporters willing to shell out from $2,500 to $50,000 to bolster his campaign.

Martha’s Vineyard gallery glances

Galleries across the island of Martha's Vineyard plan a variety of events.

Martha’s Vineyard restaurant hosts Harlem art fest

Hooked Restaurant was the scene for the first Harlem Fine Arts Show on Martha's Vineyard.

Painters among the roster at Martha’s Vineyard Artisans Festivals

Martha's Vineyard painters show at the Artisans Festival for a variety of reasons.

Salas and Stimola conclude Field Gallery series

Flowers and Vineyard landscapes will fill the walls of West Tisbury's Field Gallery from Sunday, Aug.

Glenn Tunstull shows at Cousen Rose Gallery

Glen Tunstull's work is filled with the vibrant colors of Vineyard beach scenes.

Cindy Kane shows at A Gallery on Martha’s Vineyard

Vineyard Haven artist Cindy Kane opens her first solo show on the Island since 2008 at the A Gallery on Sunday, August 19.

Great pickins at Chicken Alley on Martha’s Vineyard

Look for unexpected treasures at the Martha's Vineyard Community Services Thrift Shop's summer sale.

Jeanne Staples shows narrative paintings at Granary

Realist painter Jeanne Staples has a fascinating narrative series at a Martha's Vineyard gallery in West Tisbury.

Six abstract artists show at Louisa Gould Gallery

Roberta Gross is curating the new abstract at Louisa Gould Gallery on Martha's Vineyard.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

The wooded trail between the parking lot and Lambert's Cove Beach will house an art and poetry installation for a week-long Martha's Vineyard Renga from August 17 to 25.

Kid’s corner

Edgartown Books recommends "Bitterblue" by Kristin Cashore (ages 12 and up).

The creative whirl: Authors awed by their muses

Last Sunday, a sextet of authors sat side by side at Bunch of Grapes bookstore in Vineyard Haven during the Celebrate the Arts stroll.

The Times asks: What brought you to Jaws Fest?

Since "Jaws" debuted in 1975, it has both kept people out of the water and drawn a following of fans who flock to Martha's Vineyard to see where the "action" took place.

Hunting for antiques on Martha’s Vineyard

Antiquing, a popular pastime, has been experiencing a resurgence recently, possibly due to the numerous TV shows dedicated to the hobby.

Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music season coming to a close

"It's been one of the most exciting seasons we've had," says Delores Stevens. "We've had such a variety."