Learn more about your family, your community and the Island around us: explore methods of conducting oral history interviews in a workshop at the...
Fifty-two walkers completed the Island’s eighth annual, four-mile Miles of Memories Alzheimer’s Walk on Sunday, Oct. 14. The fastest participants...
In marking its 10th anniversary, the Spirit of the Vineyard award fittingly will be presented to its founder, Polly Brown, at a breakfast in her...
How to Save the World last month won the award for best nonbroadcast film at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, an international event where...
Abu Ghraib Film Screens The documentary Ghosts of Abu Ghraib will screen for free on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew...
The Vineyard Playhouse is holding open auditions for Earl Hamner Jr.’s The Homecoming, adapted by Christopher Sergel and directed by M.J. Bruder...
Dancing and Darjeeling Belly dance is derived from folk dances and traditions of Middle Eastern and North African cultures. Like any dance form,...
Vineyard CROP Walk Is Set for Sunday, Oct. 21 A Vineyard fall tradition, the annual CROP Walk, steps out from St. Augustine’s Church on Franklin...
A classic film, by turns funny, sad and profound, Killer of Sheep offers a sympathetic and humane glimpse into inner-city life — and this affecting...
Mindfulness on Tape A taped Mindfulness Meditation practice session by Chas Di Capua begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Unitarian-...
This evening kicks off the first annual Martha’s Vineyard Harvest Festival, a weekend event celebrating the sea, the farm and the vine. The...
Island Theatre Workshop, Inc. announces the start of its Island children’s winter drama season. Winter Children’s Theatre (formerly Apprentice...

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