Joan Lelacheur and Heather Hall smile
One is a wampum jewelry designer. The other is a fiber artist. They share many things — friends, a love of Martha’s Vineyard, a penchant for...
Modern art, commercialism and child development collide in the documentary My Kid Could Paint That, screening this Saturday at the Katharine...
CROSSED, a Tale of the Fourth Crusade. By Nicole Galland. Harper Paperbacks, New York, N.Y. 2008. 641 pages. $15.95 softcover....
The Louisa Gould Gallery is celebrating the completion of its winter renovations, reopening today with its annual Spring Show. The...
The IMPers will present a night of improvised theatre next Friday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Spring street in...
minnesingers dance on stage
Sounds of chattering teenagers filled the performance hall as they slowly gathered around the piano at the center of the stage. Dressed in...
The Menemsha Fisheries Development Fund presents Securing a Future for Coastal Fishing Communities: Ideas from Eastern Maine on Wednesday,...
girls prepare gifts for their guests
Aquinnah’s young people are a renewable tribal energy source, the annual spring social potluck showed last Sunday. The annual event was...
The Vineyard Haven Library begins a new foreign film series on Wednesday, May 7, at 1 p.m. The first movie is Russian, with subtitles for...

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