Although the March wind still blows cold, spring is beginning to make itself known on the Island. And for those who want to truly embrace spring, on...
When artist Margot Datz begins a new project she finds it hard to stop. “Until someone rips me off the wall I’m there,” she said on Wednesday morning...
During summer the Chilmark Tavern stays true to its name. It is a place to eat and imbibe — bring your own, of course. But for the past few years,...
Two artists, Ray Ellis, 91, from Edgartown and Joshua Chase, 10, from Hudson, will be featured this morning on the Today Show. The two are new best...
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is hosting a reception tonight, March 15, for its latest spotlight gallery. These are short-term galleries devoted to...
In Brendan Coogan’s classroom at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, student Amy Fligor daintily painted her nails; all fifty of them. “We...
The Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard is accepting applications for its spring grant cycle. Grants will be awarded to Island nonprofits...
PechaKucha night is back! For those who missed it this fall, PechaKucha is not a strain of the flu. It’s an arts presentation where artists show 20...
The Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living will hold its first cultural luncheon of the year on Saturday, Jan. 26, from noon to 2 p.m. at The Grill on...

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