They came from Guantanamo, Havana and Bayamo. And they came to dance. The Malpaso Dance Company from Cuba performed three sold out performances at the Yard in Chilmark last weekend.
A Martha’s Vineyard & Chappy Sketchbook, published this summer by Vineyard Stories. Gail Rodney’s voice is soft as she tells its story.
Edward Beck is not your average priest. Four years ago he wrote the first draft of a play called Sweetened Water.
Russell Martin Cote died Wednesday, August 19, at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He was 78. He was the husband of Priscilla (Wagner) Cote.
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society’s 154th annual fair began Thursday morning under sunny skies.
The first phase of a ground-breaking project to bring the heath hen back from extinction has been successfully completed, scientists said this week. The path to bringing back the bird is getting more tangible, and scientists say the heath hen could be “the gateway bird” for avian de-extinction.
President Obama and his family wrap up a quiet 17-day vacation on the Vineyard this weekend. The Obamas are scheduled to depart the Island sometime on Sunday after a vacation full of golf with a handful of beach and dinner outings and a lot of downtime at their vacation home in a secluded part of Chilmark.
The Tisbury car show — a Labor Day weekend event that benefits the town firefighters association — will go on, although now possibly at a different location. The association will now decide whether to relocate the show to the regional high school.
The motorcade is a familiar sight by now, whizzing through the leafy canopy of North Road on its way down Island and back up again.