Martha’s Vineyard public libraries will launch their summer reading program with an event at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 2, at the Agricultural Hall.
Two years ago, a 40-foot double-hulled canoe called the Hokule’a left Honolulu on a round the world journey, logging over 150,000 miles using only...
Vineyard artist Kenneth Vincent is ready to open his 12th show and the Granary Gallery’s summer season on July 3. A reception will be held Sunday and...
When Livingston Taylor performs at Edgartown’s Old Whaling Church this Saturday, July 2, he says he will feel right at home. After all, this summer...
A noted classical and jazz pianist will play two concerts this month to help support a homeless shelter established on the Island.
On Monday evening live alpacas and a goat paraded about the yard of Mort and Bev Fearey overlooking the Edgartown Harbor at the eighth annual garden...
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.
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...

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