After living in Washington, D.C. for 16 years, Anne Cook realized that it was time to come home.

Nature walks together led to A Studio Guide to Nature, a collaborative show by sisters Julia and Lucy Mitchell at A Gallery in Oak Bluffs. The show...

Lily Walter’s Slip Away Farm on Chappaquiddick serves the community there with a farm stand and community supported agricultural shares. Farm workers...

The Ice Cream and Candy Bazaar on Dock street in Edgartown resembles an old ship, with dark beams and wide floorboards. It’s a familiar scene that...

Fifteen little pirates complete with swords, eye patches and a full vocabulary of sea-worthy words boarded the Sea Gypsy in the Oak Bluffs Harbor on...

Abby Ginzberg and fellow Cornell graduate Frank Dawson have created a documentary called Agents of Change, which was released last February.

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Arts Briefs

On Sunday, August 7, at 2 p.m. the Friends of the Vineyard Haven Library are honoring Shakespeare for the Masses .

Tanglewood Marionettes will present Cinderella at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 9 at the Tabernacle.

On August 7, Stevens Chapel will turn into a coffeehouse for an evening of medieval and Renaissance music and poetry.

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