On Wednesday evening, July 6, the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse welcomes Andrew Carroll’s play If All the Sky Were Paper for a one-night-only showing...

She will write and perform an entire production alone, weaving 15 different characters into the same play. But Sarah Jones does not have multiple...

Faith Thompson helped welcome the arrival of the Hokule’a this week by playing her ukulele at the welcoming ceremony on Tuesday at Packer’s wharf. Ms...

It was 6 p.m. on a Saturday evening. Shops were still open along Main street, Vineyard Haven as people enjoyed the evening in town during what has...

Jacqueline Foster wheeled rice bowls into Vineyard Haven last week in a teal and yellow truck. She had been on a food journey both on Island and off...

On July 2, Flatbread will open its doors to host music for the last time at the YMCA’s sixth annual Stars + Stripes Festival. The show begins at 7 p....

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Arts Briefs

Friends of the Edgartown Library sponsors a special reading of Frederick Douglass’ speech, The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro.

On July 7, the Summer Institute opens its annual speaker series at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center with James Carroll.

On Thursday, July 7, David Foster will present Historic Insights to the Vineyard’s Future: Henry Whiting and the Map of 1850.

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