In America's earliest years, the waters surrounding the young country were vulnerable to foreign invasion, principally by the British Navy.

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will host a special one-time screening of the film Patrick's Day on March 5.

Dad’s a drunk named Bull, brother Jimmy is an ex con dealing heroin, and Cooper Harrison is stepping in a pile of donkey manure on a regular basis as...

Last summer, Isabella Morais got to thinking that teenage artists on the Island would benefit from a studio space where they could gather and create...

For farmers looking to market their goods beyond the farm stand, Slow Food MV presents a winter workshop on social media for the food and farming...

After a winter of endless storms and frigid temperatures, author and family therapist Dr. Anne Fishel is looking at the bright side. “It’s good for...

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Arts Briefs

What’s Written Within, an improvisation, modern dance company, will be performing at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center on Sunday, April 19, at 4 p...

The Martha’s Vineyard Cultural Council will host a reception in honor of its 2015 grant award recipients at The Vineyard Playhouse on Wednesday,...

The charter school is hosting the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe this weekend at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven.

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