“I’m still searching for the perfect one line sentence to serve to people when they inevitably ask what my book is about,” poet, author and librarian...

When Jan Pogue and her husband John Walter first moved to the Vineyard, they soon encountered the phenomenon of the “book in the bottom drawer.”

Thomas Bena and Brian Ditchfield want to change the world. It’s a tall order but they say they are up to the task, one movie at a time.

More than 70 years after his death, James Joyce once again stole the show. For a single night, the Island brought back to life the man and his work.

Arun Gandhi is on a mission to restore the state of humanity. It is a big goal, but he follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi.

A group of about 30 people and two dogs gathered Wednesday morning to celebrate a new sign marking Vineyard Haven Harbor as a cultural district.

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Arts Briefs

When Livingston Taylor steps on the stage of the Old Whaling Church next Friday, July 10, he will most likely be thinking about one thing — the...

Frederick Douglass is returning to Martha’s Vineyard to tell once again The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.

Derek Fairchild-Coppoletti will offer a Minecraft computer programming boot camp the week of July 6 through 10, for kids ages 10 to 13.

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