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Wednesday, May 23, students showcased their work, in an evening of visual and performing arts, at the high school.
The Living Local Martha's Vineyard organization seeks submissions for their Official Logo Contest, which will be displayed and voted on by the public at the Living Local Harvest Fest on October 6.
On Wednesday, May 16, the All-Island bands showcased their talents at the annual Spring Concert.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's elite show choir the Minnesingers celebrated their 45th anniversary last weekend with their spring show.
The talented members of the RISE Vineyard Performing Arts Dance Company showed off the year's hard work in a showcase performance this past Sunday.
"Built on Stilts brings the entire community together and reminds us that we all have this wonderful language in common," - director Abby Bender.
After living in cities and suburbs, Donna Straw found the artistic opportunities she was looking for when she moved from New York to Vineyard Haven.
Recent national press reports claim that pop singing sensation Lady Gaga, she of the outrageous costumes, is building a house on the remote, eastern end of Martha's Vineyard on the island of Chappaquiddick, far from the maddening crowd and nightclubs but not far from the ticks, mosquitoes, and Meg Ryan's house.
On Saturday, June 4, Stephen Belber's "Tape" will begin its two-week run at The Vineyard Playhouse.
Every driver knows that texting behind the wheel is a no-no, but high school students saw dramatic evidence of the dangers in a mobile program last week.
High school poets gathered in the Pebble Gallery at Featherstone Center for the Arts to read their work on Wednesday, April 6.
Late in the morning of Sunday, August 8, several Windemere residents and staffers looked to the sky to see fellow resident Beverly Brush waving cheerfully from the passenger seat of a biplane.
The life of Walter Cronkite — long-time CBS anchorman, Vineyard sailor, and friend of many Islanders — was celebrated at the Whaling Church in Edgartown on Sunday evening, July 18.
"Welcome to our island," said actor Liz Hartford.
After a long, hot day on Monday, July 5, families gathered on the hill facing the outdoor stage at Featherstone Center for the Arts where singer/songwriter Jemima James of Chilmark performed along with other Island musicians.
Contrary to polished and rehearsed performances that many people go to the theater for, the upcoming theatre festival, New Writers, New Plays, gives the audience power to shape the works that they will see this Thursday through Saturday.
Despite being the most well-known, the Fourth of July is not the only celebration of independence in the United States.