Mike Benjamin started his musical career playing in Harvard Square and in the subways of Boston. He came to the Vineyard for a summer, planning to go...

Over the next year, the Sustainable Book Club will read and discuss books about diverse environmental topics. The entire Island is invited to...

The quietest week on the Vineyard approaches. The one where nearly everyone with a child runs off-Island to take advantage of the winter school break...

It’s snowy, cold and still getting dark early. Not great for a trip to the beach, but perfect weather for poetry.

While it may seem like spring is a long way off, nature isn’t always in the habit of waiting for the sun to shine. Out at the Farm Institute the baby...

The Martha’s Vineyard Center for the Visual Arts will accept grant applications from Island artists until April 1.

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Arts Briefs

Shearing Day at Island Alpaca will take place on Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Vineyard Sinfonietta musicians have been practicing for a presentation and party for friends of Edith (Edie) Yoder.

The fourth annual Pink & Green festival sponsored by the The Edgartown Board of Trade will take place May 8 through May 10.

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