After nearly 20 years working in economic policy, Heather McGhee realized she needed a different approach to understand the fault lines of American...

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Arts Briefs

The Main street miniplex reopens Friday with Cruella and A Quiet Place Part II, and Jaws on Sunday night.

The Garden Club of Martha’s Vineyard will again hold its Blooming Art event at the Old Mill

The popular TV host returns as host for the 43rd annual auction, streaming live from the Vineyard July 25.

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