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Sponsored: Meet Your Merchant: Point B Realty

A decade can fly by, especially on the wings of passion and purpose. In just 10 years, Wendy Harman, founder of Point B Realty,...

Elusive mid-century street photographer Vivian Maier featured at Granary Gallery

By the time street photographer Vivian Maier died in 2009 at the age of 83 she had amassed a collection of more than...

Director Mike Nichols captivated film buffs

Audience members at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society’s sold-out screening of The Graduate on Saturday night knew they were in for a retro delight as...

Street Light Art: A performance art event on Saturday

This Saturday, August 16, at sunset, two widely respected Vineyard artists will combine their talents with technology to create a unique performance art event...

Something old, something new: A Kib Bramhall retrospective at Granary Gallery

Kib Bramhall painted his first landscape at the age of 15 in an art class where he discovered, much to his surprise, that he...

Island chefs travel to Philippines

Harbor View chefs traveled to the Philippines to hire cooks, and stayed to help out after the typhoon.

Where were you when Kennedy was shot? Everyone remembers

Islanders share their impressions of that unforgettable moment 50 years ago.

Alison Shaw: Capturing the Island and sharing her vision

In addition to creating art herself, Ms. Shaw keeps a busy schedule by leading workshops, mentorships, and private coaching.

Way, way off-Island: After a summer of hard work, Islanders take off

We asked and you answered: Vineyarders share their favorite off-season destinations.

Galleries on the Go: Four galleries that moved, and how they fared

Risk-taking owners of A Gallery, Kara Taylor Gallery, North Water Gallery and PIKNIK Art & Apparel discuss the rewards of new locations.

Is mold making us sick?

Are sniffles, or downright misery, the cost of living on a damp rainforest of an Island?

How, where, and why mold grows in our homes, and what to do about...

Summer's (almost) over, and it leaves us with memories...and probably a lot of mold. Here's what you can do about it.

PIKNIK makes waves in Edgartown

Owner Michael Hunter has found a new satisfaction in responsibly-sourced fashion, eschewing labels that produce goods in settings that abuse people or animals.

Deborah T. Colter’s extraordinary abstract view

See new work by the artist at Cousen Rose Gallery starting with a reception this Saturday, July 13, from 7 to 9 pm.

Riding high with Traeger di Pietro

Both Traeger and Kenneth Vincent are the subjects of North Water Gallery's next reception this Thursday, July 11.

Sizzling summer read set on Martha’s Vineyard

First-time novelist Amin Ahmad scores with "The Caretaker," a new thriller recently published by St. Martin's Press.

P.S. “Love Letters” on Martha’s Vineyard sold out

Actors and real-life couple Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen performed to a sold-out crowd last week.

Kate Feiffer finds that child’s play is hard work

With 11 published books of her own on the shelf, and a 12th on its way, she is brimming with ideas for new projects.

Moving, to the beat of the Vineyard shuffle

There's no place like home...even to Islanders who juggle houses every six months.

Yoga and lots of it

For a little island, we have a lot of yoga – for kids, seniors and men-only, in studios, gyms, on paddleboards and beaches.