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Pollock family letters hint on Martha’s Vineyard history

American Letters: 1927-1947: Jackson Pollock and Family, Polity Press 2011, April 2011.

Sculptor David Geiger finds meaning

When surveying David Geiger's sculptures, abstract and representational, one can easily identify his passion for horticulture, his fascination with human form, as well as his psychological themes.


The twentieth annual Martha's Vineyard CROP Walk will be held this October 24, beginning at 2 pm from St.

Nectars welcomes Wintertide reunion

For ten blissful years, hundreds of musicians gathered at the Wintertide Coffeehouse to perform in an environment that fostered talent and the community.

Robots and ancient shipwrecks at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum

The Martha's Vineyard Museum welcomes Dr.

Experience yoga and the Beach Plum: First annual MV Yoga Festival kicks-off

In recent years, the Vineyard has nurtured a rich community that is concerned with rejuvenating the mind, body, and soul, making it an idyllic host for an exciting new event — the first of what is intended to be a biannual affair: the Martha's Vineyard Yoga Festival.

Vineyard Arts Project welcomes contemporary ballet company

The Vineyard Arts Project, whose cutting edge studio is nestled on Upper Main Street in Edgartown, is an impressive Island residency program initiated to foster new work.

Tasting for Tashmoo: Taste of Tashmoo 4th annual benefit

Despite an ominous forecast, the 4th annual Taste of Tashmoo took place on a beautiful evening last Sunday, September 5th at Denys and Marilyn Wortman's waterfront home.

Noteworthy events

KCT Concerts presents Cindy Kallet and Grey Larsen in concert at the Katharine Cornell Theatre this Saturday, September 4 at 8 pm.

The fine art of giclée

Jeffrey Serusa is an Islander with varied professions.

Ken Vincent: A brush with color and form

Last Friday, in the courtyard of the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury, accomplished artist Kenneth Vincent conducted a painting demonstration, a prime example of the quiet moments in the Vineyard's summer season that are intellectually stimulating and esthetically rewarding.

‘Soups and Sides’ by Cathy Walthers

There's been quite a bit of hype surrounding Catherine Walthers's recently released cookbook "Soups + Sides," and it's not difficult to see why.

Assemble packages for Pakistan flood victims

The devastating impact of the recent floods in Pakistan continues to be a challenge.

Musical sensations for two great causes

Over the course of the summer, Nectar's has provided a breadth of entertainment for good causes, and will continue to do so this Friday, September 3.

Soulive at Nectar’s on Martha’s Vineyard

Soulive and the Royal Family crew are taking over Nectar's for two nights this weekend to end the summer with a bang.

Year round galleries on Martha’s VIneyard

Between the months of May and September the number of residents on Martha's Vineyard increases tenfold.

So long, Bo Obama

Dogs, dog-owners, and dog-lovers are invited (along with everyone else) to convene at Ocean Park for the second annual Good Dog Goods Martha's Vineyard Dog Parade this Saturday, August 28 at 6:30 pm (this event was rescheduled from August 22 due to weather).

Scott Blakeman: Political funny man performs at Grange

Scott Blakeman is a standup comic known for blending political humor with contemporary Jewish material.

NAACP fundraiser

Opportunities to support the local community while raising awareness on national issues are abundant on the Vineyard.