Chappaquiddick musician and songwriter Kevin Keady joins several other Island musicians in a tribute to Neil Young at The Wharf.
The Capawock Theatre in Vineyard Haven hosts a special screening of "E.
Alice in Wonderland (PG)How could you not love a spin on a Lewis Carroll classic with a dolled-up Johnny Depp, a funny, fierce Helena...
After about an hour of energetic multi-tasking, Cybele Sprague, owner of Zapotec Restaurant, set out big bowls with mussels, zesty green rice, and a wonderfully flavorful house salad.
There are quiet conversations among the family about the weather and shouldn't Ilana be wearing a hat, and there they are strolling through fields of wildflowers under springtime blue skies, along country roads, through old town squares, and pausing to place stones of remembrance on the monuments to those who died on the forced death marches out of Austrian concentration camps.
Thanks to the efforts of two local men, Joe Gervais and Joao Barbosa, Islanders have two opportunities to see an independent film at the Capawock Theatre.
With her warm, truth-telling voice and her 60s-era Gibson Hummingbird guitar, singer-songwriter Jemima James is a cornerstone of the Vineyard folk-music scene.
Despite its unwieldy title, the documentary "Trust Us, This Is All Made Up" fine-tunes the fine art of improvisation to comic perfection.
Green Fair seeking vendorsWorld Waterway of Martha's Vineyard and National Geographic will hold a "Green Fair" in conjunction with the book launch of "Written in Water: Messages of Hope for Earth's Most Precious Resource.
How could you not love a spin on a Lewis Carroll classic with a dolled-up Johnny Depp, a funny, fierce Helena Bonham Carter, a charming new version of Alice (Mia Wasikowska) — and best of all, the wildly imaginative Tim Burton? But with totally annoying Anne Hathaway as the White Queen, and its ultimate slide to conventional Disney — you won't.
"There's a Light to Starboard, Sir, right off our lee bow!" Tom Hale, 28 pages, printed in 2010 by Tisbury Printer.
A hazy fog hung over the Field Gallery in West Tisbury Sunday morning, making the annual search for Easter eggs all the more mysterious for an excited band of youngsters who charged toward the whimsical sculptures shortly after 9:30 am.