Valentine’s spacewalk: from Vineyard landscapes, to outer space

When West Tisbury artist Valentine Estabrook decided to depart from her landscaping painting, the direction she chose took her far afield from her usual...

Video: What’s it like to be black on Martha’s Vineyard?

Four Island community leaders gathered at the MVTV studios last Tuesday, Feb. 14, to discuss their experiences as African Americans on Martha’s Vineyard. The...

‘Islanders Read the Classics’

Science fiction author John Sundman will lead people through “VALIS,” a novel by Philip K. Dick, at the Katharine Cornell Theater in Vineyard on...

Annual contest seeking poems of peace

There is still time to enter the 2017 Voices of Peace Poetry Contest. All entries must be received by 5 pm on Friday, March...

MV Film Center screens a farce, an ocean documentary, and hosts...

Movie viewers can choose from a variety of films in the MV Film Center’s offerings this weekend. The German farce, “Toni Erdmann,” and a...

Chicken Alley features Gene Baer’s ‘Meals on Wheels’ creations

Gene Baer, beloved art teacher and children’s book illustrator, hosted an art show at Chicken Alley on Saturday. Former students and curious art lovers...

Stuff to do over February vacation

Saturday, Feb. 25   Fun and Games at MV Community Horse Center 10 am-11:30 am Family fun drop-in class for children ages 4 to 8 at MV Community...

Le Patin Libre, dancing on ice

For the second year in a row, Le Patin Libre, the contemporary ice skating company from Montreal, will perform at the Martha’s Vineyard Ice...

‘Guys and Dolls’ summons Lady Luck on the PAC stage

  “When everyone's in the moment, it's no longer high schoolers doing lines, it’s crap shooters in the sewer or missionaries falling in love with...

Oak Bluffs’ African-American history featured in Smithsonian exhibit

High above Constitution Avenue, just two blocks from the White House, I stand on an exact replica of an Oak Bluffs cottage porch. A...