Monday, October 18, 2021

Amy Cash fulfills a dream with new gallery

After working in a gallery and for a jewelry designer for more than 15 years, Amy Cash decided to fulfill her dream of running...

Summer Concert Series at the Loft plays on

The Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series is back this summer with its new partnership with the Loft in Oak Bluffs. Shows at the Loft are...

Honoring an icon

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By any stretch of the imagination, Delores Stevens, co-founder of Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society and its artistic director until 2019, is a vital...

Lane Gregory is an artist with many skills

“Fashion, Flowers, Fruit & Fantasy” is an apt title for Oak Bluffs artist Lane Gregory’s work on display at the Vineyard Playhouse Art Space....

A story full of humanity

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“Something Wild” by Hanna Halperin is indeed a searingly wild ride with emotional depth that takes us on a tough journey, but one very...

Past and present come together in Ekua Holmes’ work

Artist Ekua (pronounced A-kwa) Holmes has had a very busy year. Currently a solo exhibit of her work as a children's book illustrator is...

Culture and relationships

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Ken Langer’s intriguing novel, “A Nest for Lalita,” opens with a hell of a prologue where we experience first-hand a level of domestic violence...

Field Gallery turns 50

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Opening day at the Field Gallery was Sunday, August 8, 1971, so it seemed fortuitous to be celebrating its 50th year with an opening...

Pandemic creates a ‘pundemic’

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There is a delightful new self-published book out for children and families that will bring a smile to your face. “Martha’s Vineyard Puns to...

‘Respect’ is a spectacular tribute to Aretha Franklin

“Respect,” the Aretha Franklin musical bio that previewed on Friday, July 30, at the M.V. African American Film Festival, opens officially on Friday, August...

Pathways brings Gwyn McAllister’s new short play to life

Island writer Gwyn McAllister's new play, “Accidents Will Happen,” is being read by actress Lynne Adams and guest actor Nicole Edmonds on Sunday, August...

Martha’s Vineyard Sound Festival 2021 features the finest local musicians

Summer music rolls on with the Martha's Vineyard Sound Festival, coming up Sunday, August 15, from 12 to 10 pm, behind the Cove mini-golf...

Black and Indigenous art activism

On August 15, Vineyard Haven will be host to "Black & Indigenous Art Activism: A Discussion & Experience", from 1 to 3 pm on...

Painting stories with artist Thomas Lockhart III

Thomas Lockhart III calls himself an inspirational artist, explaining, “People get something out of the paintings. They're inspired by the images.” That's certainly the...

Great minds

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“Putting It Together: How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George” by James Lapine is a gem of a book,...

‘Poetry of Trees’ fills the art space at the M.V. Film Center

For the past seven years, Vineyarders have been treated to an intimate look into the world of the artist Gretchen Feldman. Every summer the...

M.V. African American Film Festival previews Aretha Franklin film

This year’s 19th annual M.V. African American Film Festival had a spectacular start with a preview of “Respect,” the much-anticipated musical biography of the...

Three documentaries are coming back

Documentary week at the M.V. Film Center ends this Friday, August 6, with two important film shorts about the role of clothing in two...

Treasure hunting

The Chilmark Flea Market at 142 North Road in Chilmark is buzzing. At 9:30 in the morning a few weeks ago, cars were lined...

Built on Stilts turns 25

The Vineyard’s homegrown community dance festival celebrates 25 years at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs from August 12 to 14 and August 21 to...
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