Vineyard Gazette
The student of Vineyard history, at least such history as has been published, will recognize the fact that it was largely through the clergy that things were accomplished during the first hundred
African American History
Oscar E Denniston
Bradley Memorial Church
Denniston House


The Republican party, Donald Trump and the media all came under fire in this year’s Hutchins Forum, in the midst of what will surely be remembered as one of the most consequential presidential elections in modern time.

For the past 60 years, women of the Cottagers Inc. have answered the question, what does it mean to serve community?

Richard Taylor's new book, Martha’s Vineyard: Race, Property, and the Power of Place, traces the story of the African American community on the Vineyard.

From the Cottagers’ Corner column in the July 1969 editions of the Vineyard Gazette by Dorothy West.

Union Chapel was packed for Henry Louis (Skip) Gates Jr.'s film about African Americans over the past five decades. His talk later was part college lecture, part humorous observation, part nostalgic Vineyard experience.

The sound of crashing waves mixed with prayer and music Monday morning as upwards of 200 people gathered at Inkwell Beach in the wake of police shootings and racial violence around the country.