After four exhaustive hearings and a mountain of correspondence, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission closed a public hearing last Thursday on one of the...
Inspired by Martha’s Vineyard’s most famous musical family, the new documentary Born Into the Gig follows five performers who grew up in the orbit of...
The museum reopened its grounds to the public on Friday for the first time since the pandemic hit, but the fanfare will have to wait.
At precisely 5 p.m., World War II veterans Herb Foster, 92, and Bob Falkenberg, 93, set out on a Fourth of July procession through the streets of...
Martha’s Vineyard celebrated the Fourth of July with quiet celebrations in the morning, and later in the day on the water and at the shore. The...
On the eve of the July 4th holiday, Island boards of health reported one new positive test on the Vineyard, bringing the total coronavirus caseload...
Every year, during the first week of July, friends and family descend upon the Mello house to wish David Mello a Happy Birthday.
The full moon hangs in the southern sky tomorrow night on the Fourth of July.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center reopens July 8 and a free outdoor movie series at Featherstone Center for the Arts begins July 14. Advance tickets...
The budget amendment would exempting all port towns from having to cover a Steamship Authority pandemic-related budget shortfall.
From July 4 through July 10, a new group show at the art gallery pays tribute to Jaws production designer Joe Alves.
For many Americans of color, the Fourth of July has meant something different. In a morning conversation at Inkwell Beach, three Polar Bears reflect.

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