The Vineyard has hosted a Bloomsday celebration since 1979, thanks to organizer John Crelan and the Arts & Society group. June 16, 1904, is the...

More than two dozen Stonehenge replicas dot the American landscape, and Ray Ewing has photographed 18 of them — so far.

In 1975, a group of small-time Rhode Island bank robbers executed the largest heist in New England’s history, stealing over $30 million from the mob.

Hordes of Islanders and non-Islanders came out to the historic Dr. Daniel Fisher House Thursday night for the annual benefit for the Vineyard Trust.

A dozen poets gathered at the West Tisbury Library to remember Judith Neeld, who died in April at age 90, read her work and celebrate her recently-...

When it comes to sheer size, this is probably the biggest news on the Martha’s Vineyard gallery scene: David Phelps’s Pastoral Dreamer has left the...

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Arts Briefs

The Davis House Gallery will hold its annual welcome summer gallery opening on Sunday, June 30 from 5 to 7 p.m.

In 2009 Victoria Campbell's film House of Bones premiered at the Tabernacle. The documentary positions the family home on West Chop as a lens into...

The A Gallery opens its summer season with a reception on Saturday, June 29 for artists Chris Wright, Whitney Cleary, Richard Erickson and Jennifer...

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