On a sunny, calm day with a full moon tide, Oak Bluffs charter Captain John Potter greets his guests with hugs and a big smile. Most are repeat...

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum has entered the home stretch of a major capital campaign to relocate to the former Marine Hospital in Vineyard Haven.

It is no surprise that Conor and Liam Smith have embarked on military careers. But it is a rare and laudable accomplishment that they are now...

The sky above Norton Point Beach was swarming with terns on a cloudy day this week, as tiny chicks — newly hatched and full of life — raced around on...

Under a silvery gray sky this week, brothers Dan and Greg Martino motored out from Lagoon Pond to their oyster farm off Eastville.

The history of Martha’s Vineyard during the American Revolution does not always offer patently reassuring images.


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The past and future will loom large during a week of celebration and the formal launch of a capital campaign for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.

This summer, Polly Hill Arboretum meets Jurassic Park with their new prehistoric exhibit, open every day from sunrise to sunset.

The Creative Drama Women in History theatre program brought history alive for Island youth.