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Aimee Mann talks Newbury Comics, comedy, and mental illness

Aimee Mann considers herself “part New Englander.” She lived in Boston for 15 years, where she worked at the original Newbury Comics store and...

Library ‘De-Composition’ series lends ears to alternative musicians

While Martha’s Vineyard has plenty of opportunities for bar bands and wedding singers to perform, there are not always venues for less pop-minded musicians...

Take a virtual tour of Cedar Tree Neck

“People love to see pictures of summer in winter. Especially when it’s cold out,” Adam Moore, executive director of Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, told the...

Shakespeare for the Masses’ ‘King John’ draws comparisons to 2016 election

This weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, Shakespeare for the Masses will present a special production of “King John,” a play they feel is...

Winter walk postponed

The Vineyard Conservation Society winter walk originally scheduled for Jan. 8 has been postponed.

No Sassafras youth program Saturday

The Sassafras youth program is canceled on Saturday.

West Tisbury library closed Saturday

The West Tisbury library will be closed on Saturday due to weather. The Anna Finnerty art reception is rescheduled to Jan. 17 at 4...

Marble Workshop canceled

The Vineyard Haven library has rescheduled their marble craft workshop from Jan. 7 to Feb. 4.

REBOOT Workshop canceled

The Mansion House has rescheduled their REBOOT workshop from Jan. 7 to Jan. 14.

Policy summit canceled

Senator elect Julian Cyr's Jan. 7 policy summit at Cape Cod Community College has been cancelled due to inclement weather.

Blizzard conditions expected for Martha's Vineyard on Saturday

Updated 11:40 am, SaturdayThe National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a blizzard warning from 7 am Saturday,  Jan. 7 until 4 am on Jan....

Varsity girls hockey team celebrates first season win on home ice

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Girls Varsity hockey team notched their first win of the season on home ice Friday night, Dec. 30,...

2016: A great year for the arts

I've seen far too many articles in the past month purporting that 2016 was "the worst year." I won't dispute that the majority of...

Save the Butterflies

We are holding a “Save the Monarch” Festival on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Chilmark School from 1:30 to 2:30 pm. The money we...

‘The Last Artists’ Marine Hospital tour

“Yo, we’re here inside the Marine Hospital,” a young man said into his iPhone camera before swinging it around to take a panorama of...

Font Bureau: An international type foundry has Martha’s Vineyard roots

When it comes to fonts, most of us are passive consumers. Type is under our noses all day long — in our TV commercials,...

Elliott Dacher’s ‘Transitions’ empowers readers to be their own hero

Most people who get really excited about Star Wars nerd out on the astronomy of the Perlemian Trade Route, or the mechanics of the...

Talib Kweli’s Lampost appearance was hasty, but red-hot

Tickets to the Lampost sold out on Monday night, so it was obvious there were hip-hop lovers in the audience. But headliner Talib Kweli...

The Alison Shaw Gallery celebrates 10 years in business

There are only a few single-artist galleries on Martha’s Vineyard, and they face a unique business challenge: How do you keep the work and...

Talkin’ blues (and other world music) with Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal has been all around this world. And while he is best known as an accomplished blues musician, he has proved himself a...