Johanna Wooden is a photographer, teacher and world traveler who lived and taught on the border of North Korea for two years in Cheorwon, a small...

Suzanne Goldsmith's first novel, Washashore, features a main character inspired by Gus Ben David. The novel received the Green Earth Book Award which...

Organizers of the Martha’s Vineyard’s travel and shopping website TisburyTurkey.com announced the results of its summer campaign for the Friends of...

The Oak Bluffs library is offering more than pumpkin carving this fall. On Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 6:30 p.m., and just in time for Halloween, it hosts...

Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard sponsors a construction materials sale on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 475 Edgartown Road in...

It’s about the farm — the land, the sea and the table. It’s about eating local — shellfish, vegetables, cheese, wine, beer — all of it. And it’s...

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Arts Briefs

Frederick Douglass is returning to Martha’s Vineyard to tell once again The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.

Derek Fairchild-Coppoletti will offer a Minecraft computer programming boot camp the week of July 6 through 10, for kids ages 10 to 13.

A reception for husband and wife artists Paul Karasik and Marsha Winsryg takes place at the Vineyard Playhouse on Saturday, June 27.

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