Michele

“Art is a way of life in many ways for the family,” Michele Ortlip says. “My generation, the generation before me, the generation before them...

Barry M. Press and Bonnie Black

The lights go out and the theatre is dark for a preternaturally long time. The sound of gushing water engulfs us, and we’re savvy enough...

painting

East Meets West: Recent Work by Peg Thayer opens at the Pebble Gallery at Featherstone Center for the Arts tomorrow, Saturday, June 28, with...

Erika Strasburg and Peter Moses

Einstein alluded to it, and the quantum physicist and 1-800 medium alike declare it openly: linear time is way less real than we think it is...

book

The litany of complaints of the squeezed middle class is familiar. Three million jobs gone overseas this decade. People working all their...

In this serialized novel set on the Vineyard in real time, a native Islander (“Call me Becca”) returns home after many years in Manhattan....

The Federated Church of Edgartown again will hold clam chowder suppers this summer. Last year the church raised over $1,600 for the...

Martha’s Vineyard music students will display their violin, piano, viola and flute skills at a concert Sunday, June 29, at 4 p.m. in the...

Finding space in the shade to read, under a tree or a beach umbrella, is really its own reward. But there are even more rewards for kids who...

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