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Woods at Lambert’s Cove Inn

There’s a new kid in town in the form of a spanking-new restaurant. The restaurant: Woods. The location: Lambert’s Cove Inn. The executive chef:...

Arts Beat: Joanna Kotze at the Yard

As a dance audience member, I can never decide if I’m an equal opportunity cynic or an equal opportunity enthusiast. Probably the latter. By...

Arts Beat: Billy Collins

Billy Collins. Where art and entertainment collide. He’s the country’s most celebrated living poet, yet he “doesn’t care that poetry is relatively unpopular.” He...

Music that transcends time

Forty-nine years strong, the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society, under the leadership of founder, pianist, and artistic director Delores Stevens, has held to its...

On pointe

Ashley Melone, Vineyard Arts Project founder and artistic director, has programmed an artistically and politically astute season of ballet choreographic residencies for the 2019...

Patriot Party Boats

Falmouth-based Patriot Party Boats (PPB) knows how to party, aquatically speaking: Their chartered fishing boats and pleasure cruise boats show people a great time...

Cabaret collaboration

Actress Elizabeth Parrish is old school, not that there's anything wrong with new school. But there’s a certain drive, an inner core, a need...

Going solo

What do Nancy Aronie, Joann Green Breuer, Molly Conole, Nicole Galland, Boaz Kirschenbaum, MJ Bruder Munafo, and Gerry Yukevich have in common? Playwright, actress,...

Molly Conole sings her story

Molly Conole claims she’s created a one-woman show, but don’t you believe it. Conole, the talented, charming, and ubiquitous singer in the Island’s musical...

Inside and out

The improvisational dance group What’s Written Within is presenting a unique event on Sunday, May 5, called “What’s Written Within & Wearable ART &...

Get growing

If you like growing plants, looking at beautifully placed plants, eating plants you’ve grown, having someone else tend your plants, think it’s prudent to...

Island poets will read their work at the Carnegie

The Vineyard Trust hosts “Poetry Together: A Reading by Island Poets” at the Carnegie in Edgartown on Saturday, April 20, at 2 pm. Who...

The sailing Sayres

A family that sails together, stays together. At least until the kids grow up and head out. That’s the situation of the Sayre family...

Four cellos play the classics

The West Tisbury library continues its commitment to fine classical music programming, hosting the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society’s (MVCMS) presentation of the cello...

Celebrating the arts

The Martha’s Vineyard Cultural Council hosts a celebration in honor of its 2019 grantees at the Pathways Gathering Space on Thursday, April 11. A...

Community Chorus will debut composition inspired by Nancy Luce

Nancy Luce, a.k.a. the Chicken Lady or Madonna of the Hens, was a 19th century Martha’s Vineyard folk artist, poet, businesswoman, and writer. Known...

Susan Sigel Goldsmith’s TicketsMV

Susan Sigel Goldsmith talks really really fast. Which goes along with her brain (speedy), endeavors (varied), and imagination (colorful). She’s the owner of TicketsMV,...

Dancing for their lives

“Moving Stories,” a feature-length documentary film, was screened last weekend as part of this year’s Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival. An exceptional film about an...

Rare Russian gems

Pianist Diane Braun is island--hopping this season, traveling with Music Street, the ensemble she founded in 2013, to St. John and Martha’s Vineyard, in...

Concert fit for spring

Pianist David Roderick is at it again. He and violinist Cesar Atzic Marquez will present Spring Forward Concert, a musically varied recital, on Sunday,...