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How to Move a Lighthouse? Very Slowly

How do you go about moving a 400-ton lighthouse? Very slowly, according to Joe Jakubik of International Chimney Corporation, the company that hopes to relocate the Gay Head Light in Aquinnah next year.

Journey of Artistic Interpretation Flows Freely

After more than two and a half years of preparation for her multi-media art project Consenses, Sally Taylor had just concluded her final planning meeting.

Understated Teacher Becomes Viral Rock Star

On May 31, 2012, David McCullough Jr. was “just a regular high school English teacher.” But by June of that year, he was regular no more.

Putting the Process on the Line, Art Project Embraces Real Time

After sundown on Monday, artists Ken Vincent and Traeger di Pietro unloaded a canvas, easel, and bag of supplies from their cars and carried them out to Christopher Mara’s backyard.

Defending Species Is Artful Cause

Last Sunday, Megan Ottens-Sargent opened the doors of her home and gallery to host a new exhibit entitled The Abstract Wild: Wilderness Lost? which runs through Sept. 2.

Forever Frolicking in the Autumn Mist

Peter Yarrow does not believe in the sanctity of anniversaries. Still, even Mr. Yarrow cannot ignore the fact that his concert at the Whaling Church this Sunday marks 45 years to the day since Woodstock 1969.

Minnesingers Are Not Just Singing for Their Supper

Most everyone knows the Minnesingers can sing and put on a great show. For years they have held concerts that enthrall. But they can bring home the bacon, too.

Spreading Word of Apartheid as Exiles

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela, a 2005 documentary film by Thomas Allen Harris, will screen at the Oak Bluffs Public Library on August 19.

Off to See the Wizard in Owen Park

It isn’t Kansas, but Owen Park in Vineyard Haven will work nicely for the outdoor screening of The Wizard of Oz at 8 p.m. on Friday, August 15.

Satchel Paige On Stage

Satchel Paige and the Kansas City Swing opens this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse. If you like jazz with your baseball, this show is for you.

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