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Vineyard singer-songwriter Joe Keenan has released a new CD.
A story built around the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud that gives birth to psychoanalysis.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School drama class adapts an Irish mermaid story, with original music and performs for elementary school students.
This Saturday's presentation by Michael Hopper, president of the Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition, was rescheduled to January 28 due to illness.
Adult and Community Education of Martha's Vineyard (ACE MV) is offering an expanded catalog of over 60 classes this winter and spring.
The concert benefits the David Brand Scholarship Fund. Mr. Brand died at age 39 in 2008, having taught earth sciences at MVRHS for 1 year.
A cruise ship, mischief, and a shipwreck.
The Vineyard Playhouse is growing. Ground was broken several weeks ago for a new addition to its staid, colonial home.
A cruise ship, mischief, a shipwreck, the film features the world's most celebrated squeakers, starring David Cross, Jenny Slate, Matthew Gray Gubler, Anna Faris, Christina Applegate.
As they have done in houses and public spaces Island-wide and elsewhere, this artist's fanciful murals brighten a dull day.
Vineyard Power will lease the Cronig's location. It will be funded by local equity investors and debt financing from Edgartown National Bank.
Camila Fernandez is working to raise funds for a teaching trip to a Dominican Republic orphanage.
With the glow from the State Road Restaurant fireplace behind them, Jennifer Tseng and Fanny Howe headlined the final Speakeasy Series.
The Yard is asking for help in reducing their debt by hosting a "Public Dancing Allowed" fundraiser Friday evening, Jan. 13, from 8 to 10 pm
This year's Christmas count took place on Monday, January 2, with about 60 Islanders and guests participating.
Steven Spielberg's animated adaptation of the Belgian action-adventure comic strip about Tintin, the boy reporter who teams up with Captain Haddock, bounding around and searching for lost treasure in non-stop action.
Two movie events this weekend could help us sail through the post holiday doldrums entertained & with a better understanding of our world.
There were lots of options to choose from if you wanted to celebrate New Year's Eve out on the town. Times photographers visited several.
The gathering included Willy Mason, Brad Tucker, and Nina Violet.
The M.V. Film Festival begins its Winter Film Series December 3 at the Chilmark Community Center with a night full of family activities.