For Son Volt, a Creative Stew Is Key to Originality
Holly Gleason

Jay Farrar didn't know he was creating a whole new genre when Uncle Tupelo began, just as he didn't set out to toughen up Americana with Son Volt.

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No Straight Lines: Valerie Jarrett Reflects on Her Life, Career

Valerie Jarrett appeared to have it all: a degree from Stanford and a law degree from Michigan, a job at a reputable law firm. All the boxes were checked.

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U.S. Slave Song Project

Jim Thomas and the U.S. Slave Song Project will bring a special performance of 1854 A Folk Opera to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs on Friday, August 23, beginning at 5 p.m.

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Union Chapel Welcomes Rev. Otis Moss 3rd

Reverend Otis Moss 3rd returns to Union Chapel on Sunday, August 11.

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Union Chapel Speaker

On Sunday, August 4, Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs welcomes back the Reverend Kenneth J. Kieffer for his fifth visit.

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Union Chapel Speaker

Union Chapel welcomes the return of the Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley from Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, this Sunday, July 28.

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Rev. Dr. Nancy Taylor to Preach at Union Chapel

Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs welcomes the Rev. Dr. Nancy Taylor to preach on Sunday, July 21, with a sermon titled Irregular.

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Rev. Liz Walker Returns to Union Chapel

Union Chapel continues its season on Sunday, July 14, with a return preaching engagement from the Rev. Liz Walker.

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Feeling the Love for Mother Earth at Union Chapel
Caroline Kaplan

On Sunday, people of all denominations, races and creeds came to hear Rev. Cathlin Baker’s sermon: How Deep Is Your Love? Dr. King’s Levels of Love and Today’s Climate Emergency.

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Union Chapel Preaching Season Begins

Union Chapel opens its season on Sunday, June 30 with the Rev. Cathlin Baker delivering a sermon entitled How Deep is Your Love? — Dr. King’s Levels of Love and Today’s Climate Emergency.

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