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A ‘heartwarming’ end to summer

To the Editor: At 5 pm on August 31, Union Chapel was filled with fine Vineyarders eager to see and hear what “1854 Folk Opera”...

Funding for a folktale

Ever wonder what a town meeting on Martha’s Vineyard might have looked like centuries ago? Instead of new school projects, fluoride debates, or shade...

Jack "Mervie" Schimmelman

Jack "Mervie" Schimmelman, a theatrical director who was more than that — a visionary artist, restlessly determined to grapple with issues and ideas on...

New York’s new Whitney Museum features work by Thomas Hart Benton

The much-anticipated opening of the new Whitney Museum of American Art in lower Manhattan has attracted thousands of visitors to a large-scale show featuring...

Oak Bluffs “History on Tap”

On Thursday, Feb. 5, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum hosted “History on Tap” at Offshore Ale Co., where Chief Curator Bonnie Stacy gave a presentation...

Chilmark: Lots going on

It was the last week with my younger son home; transitioning back to a more regular life schedule, my husband came down with the...

Upcoming opera will illuminate the path of abolition on Martha’s Vineyard

A community discussion led by Jack Schimmelman.