The first 10 per cent of the profits from beer sales at Bad Martha Farmer's Brewery opening on Saturday will be donated to the Island Food Pantry —...

On Monday night the best and brightest of the Vineyard assembled at Dreamland in Oak Bluffs for the unveiling of Martha’s Vineyard Magazine’s 2014...

New Orleans artist and gallery owner Chris Roberts-Antieau is opening a pop-up gallery in Edgartown. Sharing the name Antieau Gallery with its New...

According to SQuire Rushnell, 2014 could be the year of the godwink. The term, which Mr. Rushnell coined himself, is used to describe “a coincidence...

Normally I don’t like sequels. I often find them to be inferior products. So when John Potter asked me to review On the Track of the Monmouth’s...

Join Terry Appenzellar and John Caldwell as they present a slide show and talk about their trip to Antarctica — just in time for summer. Shots of...

Poets and musicians will gather at Featherstone on Thursday, June 19, to commemorate the season. Martha’s Vineyard poet laureate Lee McCormack and...

Renaissance House will once again hold free writers’ salons on Tuesdays, beginning June 17 at 7:30 p.m. with John Hough Jr. and his latest book,...

James Joyce’s The Dubliners is the subject of a lecture presented by Philip Weinstein at the Vineyard Haven library at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25....

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