Cynthia Wayman has been teaching children of all ages at her Lambert's Cove studio for more than 30 years.
Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) is very excited to have their own space after 42 years of traveling to different venues, from the Sailing Camp Park in Oak Bluffs to schools and senior centers.
There were Mint Juleps aplenty at the Portuguese-American Club last Saturday for what some call the most exciting two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby.
It's hard to have a romance with Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), a come-lately Mr.
"Fast, Fresh and Green" by Susie Middleton, photographs by Ben Fink, Chronicle Books, April 2010, 224 ppg.
She grew up in a rough New Bedford neighborhood, dropped out of school at 15, lived in her car and tended bar at a biker hangout.
Food enthusiast teaches range of workshops in the coming weeks.
Expect a lot more than harem costumes and shimmying this Friday during the Vineyard Bellydance and Revue show.
About 150 members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah and their guests gathered at the tribal headquarters for a spring social featuring food, music, and the arts.
While summer is not here yet, our gardens need us to prepare for it now.
When "Water Is Life" producer William Marks went looking for a film to screen at this weekend's water festival, "Journey to Shark Eden" stood out.
Islanders and visitors engage in a wide variety of holistic modalities such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, chiropractic medicine, energy healing, massage therapy, naturopathic medicine, Pilates, and yoga.
The Vineyard Playhouse hosts open auditions for "My Mom Is Trying To Ruin My Life," a play by MJ Bruder Munafo based on the novel by Islander Kate Feiffer.
A young illiterate prisoner watches and learns as he climbs to the top of a Corsican prison gang in a French prison.
Bill Buckley describes himself as "Just a regular guy with a painting addiction.
This weekend Martha's Vineyard will host a series of water conservation-related events to help celebrate the launch of "Written in Water: Messages of Hope for Earth's Most Precious Resource," published by the National Geographic Society and the Island premiere of Chilmark filmmaker Adam Geiger's film, "Shark Eden.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) junior Jordan Wallace, son of Mark and Patricia Wallace of Oak Bluffs, hopes to play lacrosse and write poetry at Brown University.
Weeks ago, several young art students were given inexpensive plastic cameras, called Holgas, and an assignment to take one roll of pictures per week.
What began as a daytime trade show evolved in to an all-night dance party with local musicians and DJ's entertaining guests at WVVY's Air Fair last Saturday, April 24.
Community radio has survived on the Island and now it's poised to thrive.