Robert Jones had the daunting task of settling the estate of the renowned African-American artist Lois Mailou Jones after she died in 1998 at...

Scott

If you weren’t one of the lucky 200 who showed up at the Tabernacle to see the first and likely-to-be annual Martha’s Vineyard Jazz Festival...

Author Ernie Weiss talks about his book Out of Vienna: Eight Years of Flight from the Nazis on Thursday, August 28, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the...

Striper Wars author Dick Russell talks about efforts to save a troubled fishery, on Wednesday, August 27, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the...

Car Donations Boys’ and girls’ clubs throughout the country are accepting car donations. The car campaign is coordinated by the Arlington...

balloon

As Vineyarders are bogged down in renewable energy regulations and the Cape Wind project languishes, some Island kids are well aware of what...

WIMP

This much is known about WIMP, the adult improvisational theatre troupe: they are funny, they like funny and they like being funny. Equally...

Jamie

In the opening scene of The One Percent, an 80-minute expose of the wealthiest Americans, three croquet players clad all in white are filmed...

In this serialized novel set on the Vineyard in real time, a native Islander (“Call me Becca”) returns to help her eccentric Uncle Abe keep...

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