Winners announced for 2016-17 Island Book art contest

The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the 2016-17 Island Book Cover art contest. All Island sixth graders were invited...

Memorial Day 5K and fun run

The 23rd annual Memorial Day Road Race to benefit Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard will take off from Summercamp (formerly the Wesley Hotel) on Sunday,...

Harbor District “Saturday Strolls” begin this week

Weekly “Saturday Strolls” in the Vineyard Haven Harbor Cultural District begin this Saturday, May 28, from 5 to 7 pm. Enjoy live music, street...

Dance through Mytoi

The Yard is joining The Trustees of Reservations again this year to perform in Mytoi Garden, Chappaquiddick, on Saturday, May 28. The pop-up performances...

Friends of Family Planning transform the Ag Hall into an art...

For more than 25 years, the Friends of Family Planning Art Show and opening night Gala has been a sure and welcome sign of...

Vineyard harpist Natalie Lurie goes pro

  “It was love at first sight, I really gravitated towards it,” Natalie Lurie said of her first harp, which she met when she was...

Valerie Sonnenthal steeps audiences in sound bath healing

On a recent sunny Saturday, Valerie Sonnenthal, writer, poet, artist, and doyenne of our Island arts community, picked me up in Vineyard Haven and...

‘Sing Street’ carries a happy Irish tune

“Sing Street,” a musical about a group of Irish teens launching a pop-rock band, plays at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center this weekend. It...

Chamber Music Month comes to Edgartown next weekend

  Chamber Music America has designated May as National Chamber Music Month, and organizations across the country are hosting performances and festivals to honor the...

‘Up and Coming’ art show highlights Charter School students

On Friday, May 20, the Workshop Studios and Gallery in Vineyard Haven will host its first show of the season, an “Up and Coming”...