Cook the Vineyard editor and author Susie Middleton led the wide-ranging, insightful and often funny conversation with New York Times cooking maestro...

Daniel (Shark) Sharkovitz taught English and literature at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School for 38 years. He retired two years ago, and...

Halloween is Thursday, Oct. 31 but that doesn’t mean you need to wait until then to get your fright night groove going.

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is dropping its plan to buy about 10 acres of land in West Tisbury from the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural...

In just two years, Ladyfest has gone from Oak Bluffs debutante to belle of the ball. The female-centered live music festival began as a showcase that...

A new book about Edward Logue, the legendary urban planner who later retired to the Vineyard.

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Arts Briefs

The Sargent Gallery will have an open house during Columbus Day weekend, from noon to 5 p.m., Saturday through Monday.

Wayne Smith has been a photographer on the Island and elsewhere for many years.

St. Francis loved the animals, that much is well known. That he loved to party is perhaps lesser known, but then again he is the patron saint of...

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