Watching Matthew Heineman’s new documentary Cartel Land is like visiting a meth lab in the desert on a dark night, being caught in the middle of a...

“It’s not easy to find comic dance,” acknowledged David White, the artistic director of The Yard. Nevertheless, Mr. White has worked hard to put...

An oil painting of an empty rowboat hangs on a wide column at A Gallery in Oak Bluffs. It’s missing its oars, and occupants too. A Gallery owner...

Last week was fried dough at the Tisbury Street Fair. This week it’s malasada, sopa and cacoila. Welcome to the Portuguese Holy Ghost Feast and...

Summer Stories: A Dialogue of Color and Light opens this Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Louisa Gould gallery in Vineyard Haven.

Take a group of local cookbook authors, add food, wine and conversation, and you’ve got Cook the Vineyard!, a panel discussion-meets-lunch event...

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Arts Briefs

The poet Billy Collins returns to Martha’s Vineyard on Tuesday, July 28, at Featherstone Center for the Arts.

PigPen is back. No, not the kid from Peanuts. This is the troupe that specializes in grass roots storytelling, music, puppetry and live theatre.

Pulitzer-prize winning playwright James Lapine is holding a casting call for an eight- to 10-year-old boy who can act and sing for a musical he is...

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