Featherstone’s first opening reception of 2015 features an Island favorite: sheep. All things woolly are included in the I Love Ewe: The Year of the...

Mark Snider, owner of the Winnetu Oceanside Resort and the founder of a new nonprofit, is finalizing an agreement with Benjamin Hall Jr. to lease the...

The high school theatre department is putting on Into the Woods this weekend. Performances are Thursday, Feb. 12, through Sunday, Feb. 15, and the...

Martha’s Vineyard joins the list of major cities offering a free screening of the film Selma to students ages 18 and younger.

Starting this week, The Terrace at the Charlotte Inn in Edgartown will be open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday.

This week the art students at Sense of Wonder Creations will be creating Valentine’s messages for family, friends or anyone in need of a card.

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The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse is offering a new after school program called Theater Kids beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 27.

On Saturday, Oct. 24, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will screen Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon.

It’s time once again to go whole hog at the Porks and Knives class billed as Four Days of the Pig: From Slaughter to Butchery and Beyond.

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