‘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...

Celebrate Mardi Gras, support Island Children’s School

The Big Easy will come to the Harbor View Hotel on Saturday, Feb. 18, when Island Children’s School (ICS) hosts its first annual Mardi...

More Oscar nominees hit the Film Center

Look for a full house and variety of new films at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center this weekend. The Oscar-nominated “Documentary Shorts” start screening...

Art in action

Fed up? Not going to take it anymore? Let your voice be heard — or seen. Submit one work to Featherstone’s upcoming Protest Art...

Weekend wellness

The Bodhi Path Buddhist Center offers a tonic for these tumultuous times: A Meditation Retreat with Tsering Ngodup Yodsampa this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 18,...

Maybelle ‘Bella’ Felipe’s art paints a connection to nature

Many Islanders know Mabelle “Bella” Felipe for one of her many creative pursuits — her puppet shows, coloring books, songwriting, culinary classes, or her...

MV 20 Miler Road Race

This race is a must for dedicated runners and marathon trainers. The race kicks off at the Steamship Authority Terminal on Saturday, Feb. 18,...

‘Lost and Found’ exhibit traces the history of iconic Island structures

“Lost and Found,” the latest exhibit at the Martha's Vineyard Museum, is made up of photos and written and oral histories which spotlight some...

Three genres of Oscar shorts arrive on-Island

This year’s Oscar-nominated shorts begin a two-week run at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, starting Friday, Feb. 9. The categories include Animation, Live Action,...