Galleries along Dukes County avenue in Oak Bluffs offered food, drink and a look at the work of close to 30 artists during the season’s first Arts...
A man, 85 years old with far more than a century of stories to tell, walked toward a small shed behind his humble, white-shingled house on Music...
Summer on the Vineyard is a busy place, and Dr. Bruce Eckman, chair of the Summer Institute speaker series, knows it.
Several years ago, writer and teacher Naomi Jackson began encountering more and more participants in her workshops who did not so much need...
As early evening sunlight streamed through the windows of the Katharine Cornell Theatre, three Island writers discussed what it meant to devote their...
Since it’s 2019, you’ve already heard some of the facts and statistics that underlie conservationist William McKeever’s new book Emperors of the Deep.
The Martha’s Vineyard Institute for Creative Writing is hosting a talk entitled The Writing Life: Private and Public on Wednesday, June 26 at 6 p.m...
From her earliest years, Janet Messineo knew she wanted to be a great fisherman.
Bloomsday is coming, the annual celebration of all things James Joyce.
There will be a celebration of the life for the poet Judith Neeld on Tuesday, June 11 at 4:30 p.m. at the West Tisbury Library.
Billy Collins is back for his biennial tour of the Island. Mr. Collins touches down on Sunday, June 9 at Featherstone Center of the Arts for a...
The annual Peter Simon calendar, a rite of passage since 1988, will continue in 2020 with a special edition.

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Arts Briefs

West Tisbury Library's Alexandra Pratt attends the Public Library Association annual conference.

Lucy Van Pelt could be a difficult character, dispensing advice for a nickel, but just as quick to dispense aggression.

The off-season Poetry Cafe returns this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse with a new name, Poetry & Pie.

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