When Richard Paradise is working the door (and most nights he is), arriving at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center for a movie is a little like walking...

A Chicago blues joint popped up in Vineyard Haven this month, with live music five nights a week . Low Down Dirty Blues is playing Tuesday through...

For Ric Burns filmmaking is a collaborative journey. Last week at a screening of his work-in-progress documentary Driving While Black, even the...

On Saturday August 24 at 6 p.m. Vineyard Arts Project will host a staged reading of the first act of Cullud Wattah, which follows three generations...

Wandering around the Grange Exchange and Antique Market in West Tisbury in a fading Friday afternoon light is like traveling back in time. That’s the...

Mixing it up on Sunday mornings in Washington Park, the Oak Bluffs Open Market is one part flea market and one part artisan fair, with a dash of...

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Arts Briefs

Jim Thomas and the U.S. Slave Song Project will bring a special performance of 1854 A Folk Opera to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs on Friday, August 23,...

The Port Hunter keeps the scene rolling on Main street in Edgartown with local music and bands from off-Island.

On Wednesday, August 21, the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival continues its summer series with a new documentary by director Ric Burns entitled...

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