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New gallery in Vineyard Haven shows trend-setting crafts

Four out of the five routes at the infamous Five Corners intersection in Vineyard Haven are well traveled roads that lead to and from...

Seeds planted for annual Martha’s Vineyard Sound Fest

Saturday’s super moon rose over a throng of dancers at Waban Park in Oak Bluffs. The music of Dukes County Love Affair (DCLA) blared...

Alex’s Place to host Lowland Hum and Charlie Nadler

Alex’s Place presents a weekend of folk music and comedy with two shows by up-and-coming young artists. The intimate performance venue at the YMCA...

New Island music festival makes home in Waban Park

Thanks to its popularity in summer and a robust music community overflowing with homegrown talent, Martha’s Vineyard has seen its fair share of music...

Nelly Nasch turns 100 at Windemere

Martha’s Vineyard’s newest centenarian

Permanent Endowment awards MVRHS students

Each spring the Martha’s Vineyard community offers invaluable resources in the form of financial aid to its college-bound high school seniors and students already...

Jemima James and friends take Featherstone stage

Jemima James and her friends filled the late June air with familiar tunes at Featherstone Center for the Arts this past Monday for her...

Reggae artist Chronixx to play at Dreamland

In a joint effort with Dreamland in Oak Bluffs, Nectar’s summer concert series is back with the first show of the season by up-and-coming...

Flatbread and YMCA gets star spangled for the Stars + Stripes Fest

After the past three years of solid Fourth of July music entertainment, Independence Day weekend on the Island would be incomplete without the return...

Carol Bennett’s swimmers return to Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown

Elegant swimmers, paddle boarders, and sea creatures will float across the walls of the Eisenhauer Gallery in a show titled “Wet,” which features the...

Martha’s Vineyard Art Association adds new members, new works

After a jury of artists met to discuss entrance applications last summer, the Martha’s Vineyard Art Association (MVAA) officially welcomed three new artists into...

The Wild Northern to play at The Dive Bar

Boston band The Wild Northern (TWN) will take the stage at the Dive Bar in Oak Bluffs this Saturday, June 14, for their first-ever...

Community gardening a growing trend

Several Vineyard farms are offering garden space for those who need more room for planting.

The Four Corners front and center at A Gallery

Island artist Edward Grazda brings photography of the southwest to A Gallery in Oak Bluffs this week in the gallery’s first focused show of...

Diploma a long time coming

After the war, he was too busy with the rest of his life to worry about getting a diploma — preoccupied by getting married, serving in the armed forces for 25 years, raising seven children, and, most recently, retiring to Poinciana, Florida with his wife, Ruth.

Jewish community celebrates, reflects, forgives in this New Year

Rosh Hashanah begins next week, and September 26 is Yom Kippur, the Jewish religion's holiest day.

Noteworthy events

The Ritz Café presents a Rockin' and Rollin' Acoustic Duo show from 10 pm-12:30 am on Friday, Sept.

Staff and interns show their stuff at YardWorks

Last Friday and Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, The Yard presented Yardworks with three shows of dance directed by Alison Manning and Jesse Keller.

Wintertide is back with singer/songwriter Ellis Paul

The YMCA's Wintertide Collective, a performance and education venue for teens, opens this Saturday with a show by award-winning musician Ellis Paul.

Chris Gonyea at Pit Stop, Martha’s Vineyard

Primarily an abstract landscape painter, Mr. Gonyea has shown his works at galleries in New York City and State.