The scene at the opening gala on Friday night was in many respects back to the way it used to be: a crowd filling the seats, popcorn popping in the...

David Vaughan opened his Edgartown store in 1982. Except for the price of chuck roast, he does business now just about the same way he did then.

This Sunday, the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center and other community members will host a fundraiser for victims of the earthquake in Nepal.

The Capawock Theatre in Vineyard Haven and the Strand Theatre in Oak Bluffs are nearly ready for their grand reopenings to the movie-going public.

On May 27, the Bread and Puppet Theatre will attempt to incite revolution through puppetry at the Chilmark Community Center.

Friends and relatives of the late Peggy Freydberg gathered in Chilmark Sunday to celebrate her life, and a new collection of her poetry.

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Arts Briefs

Two Vineyarders, Chris Fischer and Michael Van Valkenburgh will be sharing the stage Tuesday at the 92Y in New York city.

Ann Smith, the executive director of Featherstone Center for the Arts and chairman of Arts Martha’s Vineyard, was the recipient of the Tourism Award...

This weekend the 26th annual Family Planning Art Show transforms the Agricultural Hall into a community art gallery.

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