A post-modern dance performance led by Reggie Wilson will introduce the 14th annual Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival.

In her play Occupied Territories, writer and director Mollye Maxner attempts to provide audiences with a lot more than entertainment.

Abby Bender never imagined Built on Stilts growing into the eight-night Island phenomenon it is today.

Harlem Art Show founder Dion Clarke hopes President Obama pays a visit during his art show’s fifth year on Island.

At night the side streets of Edgartown go dark and quiet. But just a few blocks away on Main street, the beat of late night dining and dancing has...

Richard Taylor's new book, Martha’s Vineyard: Race, Property, and the Power of Place, traces the story of the African American community on the...

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Arts Briefs

On August 2, the West Tisbury library presents Spotlight on Youth, a concert showcasing the Vineyard’s best young musical talent.

The annual Water Tasting by the Sea benefit to raise money for Vineyard House takes place Thursday, Aug. 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The Sargent Gallery hosts an opening reception on July 30 for Three Artists: Loving the Land.

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