Friday, August 19, 2022

Dr. Louis W. Sullivan adds NAACP Image Award recipient to his résumé

Updated April 27, 2015 From the beginning, Dr. Louis W. Sullivan was intimate with the human cycle of life and death. Growing up in Jim...

Moving to the music: Belly dancing on Martha's Vineyard

Belly dancing is the antithesis and the fix for all of American women’s woes and neuroses about their bodies. You can’t be too young...

Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn wow at the Performing Arts Center

Just under 600 Islanders came out to enjoy the music of banjo marvel and 15-time Grammy winner Béla Fleck, who graced the stage of...

Meditation and Discussion at the Y

The YMCA in collaboration with the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is providing a Saturday morning community drop-in program around meditation and discussion, that is free and open to all. The monthly community gatherings, presented...

Poet’s Corner: Perfect Spring Day

The breezy wind blows brightly colored Leaves across the open road, each day The weather is warmer, flower bulbs pop Up, a bright rainbow peeks through the...

ACE MV discusses “Women and Children in Detention” at MVRHS

To celebrate Latin American History Month and the just-past International Women’s History Month, Adult and Community Education of MV (ACE MV) hosted a presentation...

What’s Written Within

What's Written Within, the Martha’s Vineyard improvisational modern dance company, is composed of Island men and women ages 17 to 89 who have come...

Making a splash at the YMCA

This past Tuesday, the Edgartown School third grade class visited the YMCA for the second installment of the YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard Third Grade...

‘Sustainable Vineyard Episodes’ celebrates Earth Day at the Film Center

In celebration of the 45th anniversary of Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will screen three short films by...

MVRHS Minnesingers set out for Spain

Minnesingers, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School choral ensemble, left on Tuesday, April 14, for a performance tour to Seville, Cordoba, and Granada, Spain,...

For the love of lambs: 5th annual Sheepapalooza was a success

Last Saturday The FARM Institute hosted more than 350 guests for their 5th annual Sheepapalooza event, a celebration of sheep and shepherds, local food,...

Cynthia Riggs continues the investigative adventures of Victoria Trumbull in her latest, 'Poison Ivy'

Poison Ivy: A Martha's Vineyard Mystery, by Cynthia Riggs. Minotaur Books, $25.99 in hardcover. Available at Island bookstores and online at Amazon. Victoria Trumbull, the...

Oceans roll in at Featherstone and Pathways

Updated April 23 When two great art emporia join forces, the result can be truly amazing. The first emporium: Pathways, brainchild of salon doyenne Marianne...

World Cuisine Saturdays: Brazilian this week

Taste your way around the world at the United Methodist Church of Martha’s Vineyard’s (UMC-MV) Campground Cafe, on Saturdays through April 25. This Saturday,...

An evening of Vineyard poetry

As our Island emerges from its snowbound winter, come celebrate spring with an evening of Vineyard poetry presented by Edgartown Poet Laureate Steve Ewing...

Kale Soup Throwdown

Like kale soup? This Sunday, April 19, from 5 to 7 pm, you can eat it to your heart’s content at the Kale Soup...

Daffodil Show and Spring Flower Walk

On Saturday, April 18, usher in the new season with Polly Hill Arboretum at their Daffodil Show and Spring Flower Walk, from 10 am...

Belly dancers at the West Tisbury library

Vineyard Belly Dance and Revue, an Island-grown nonprofit dance troupe, will be performing at the West Tisbury library on Saturday, April 18, at 1...

An evening with Geraldine Brooks

Geraldine Brooks’ appearance belies her power. She’s petite, with a valentine of a face, and a voice that neighbors girlish. Yet the dainty Australian...

Hitting the beach for Earth Day

The Vineyard Conservation Society hosted the 23rd annual Earth Day beach cleanup this past Saturday. The event fell a little early this year, but...