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Making Opera Accessible; Bravo!

A piercing vibrato soared through the woods in West Tisbury on Monday afternoon as Martha’s Vineyard’s only opera company put the finishing touches on its production of Mozart Flute (Magic Included).

When Art and Life Are One, Combination is Infectious

On Saturday visitors to North Water Gallery gathered to celebrate the acclaimed artist Ray Ellis, who died last October.

Rain and Cloudy Skies Don't Deter Sailors

A dour day of clouds and threatening rain greeted the Holmes Hole fleet for last Sunday’s annual race to Robinson’s Hole.

Fabulists Make Family Magic in the Woods

The Fabulists theatre troupe was born in the early 1990s in Paul Munafo's living room. A group of friends wanted a way to entertain children, but they also wanted to be able to amuse themselves while doing it.

Wampanoag Exhibit Opens

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will host a ceremonial opening today of a heritage exhibit at the Gay Head Cliffs in Aquinnah. The exhibit was created by the Natural Resources and Tribal Historic Preservation Departments and will feature the history, culture and present-day programs of the tribe.

Fresh and Local, Serving Hands Distributes Produce

Summer produce will be donated to the Island's Serving Hands food distribution program from CSA shares at Island farms. And to meet the new supply and the ever-increasing demand, produce will be given away every Friday.

Portuguese Man-of-Wars Return to Vineyard Beaches

Vineyard beach managers are reporting sightings of Portuguese man-of-war on south-facing beaches this month, with one report of a person stung.

Sick of the Baloney, Hungry for Change

On Friday, Katie Couric will present the film Fed Up at the Performing Arts Center at the regional high school alongside director Stephanie Soechtig and producer Laurie David. While Ms. Couric has covered the issue for years, the film exposed even more areas of concern, she told the Gazette.

David and Rosalee McCullough Honored at West Tisbury Library

A dedication of the community program room at the new West Tisbury Free Public Library was held in honor of David and Rosalee McCullough.

When Creation of a Film Is as Extraordinary as the Film Itself

In 2010 Cutter Hodierne decided to tell the story of a band of Somali pirates who commandeered a Ukrainian ship, the Faina. But he realized that the only way to do it right was to travel to Africa and use Somali actors.

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