Passage at St. Augustine spotlights civil rights campaigns in the historic Florida city. Vineyarder Esther Burgess is featured in the film, which...

Vineyarders gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Church to honor the Civil Rights Movement and the memory of Rosa Parks. The guest speaker was Lucy...

One surefire antidote to the gray days of winter is a taste of summer—a hamburger with all the fixings. Mix that with a dash of Island community...

Need a quick cure for those pesky Vineyard midwinter blues? Island jazz pianist Jeremy Berlin and guitarist Eric Johnson offered exactly that with an...

Family of the Year, an indie rock band with Vineyard roots, has been picking up steam in recent years, especially with its contribution to the 2014...

Walter Robinson’s gospel opera Look What a Wonder comes to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP.

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Arts Briefs

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.

As the sunlight wanes, the words begin to wax. So says the Vineyard Playhouse as it prepares to begin its Poetry Cafe series once again.

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