The Hebrew Center was filled with lyrical verse and open ears Monday evening for a poetry reading celebrating author Peggy Freydberg, who died this...

Coming off several weeks of international debate surrounding the Iranian nuclear accord, two experts explored the issue Thursday at a forum hosted by...

This year’s Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival takes place August 1 through August 2 and features a mix of fiction and nonfiction authors, including...

Skip Finley sees a future in radio. And that future begins with the students of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, who will run a low power...

The Vineyard Playhouse will present The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] at the Tisbury amphitheater, featuring a rapping...

The PigPen Theatre Co. managed to transport about 50 people on Friday night into a ghostly world where banjos reign supreme and a bear can be so much...

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Arts Briefs

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...

The Gay Head Gallery is hooking up with neighbor Orange Peel Bakery to offer art as a possible topping to go with the more traditional pepperoni and...

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