The line wound around the block on Thursday evening as 900 ticket holding guests waited to enter the white tents next to the Old Whaling Church for...

With the Gay Head Light having completed its historic move last year, and long-term planning underway for Aquinnah Circle, shop owners have a new...

The annual Best of the Vineyard winners were announced Thursday night during a packed event at the Loft in Oak Bluffs. More than 5,500 votes were...

With the sale of Flatbread, a musical era at the building that once housed The Hot Tin Roof comes to a close. New owner Brion McGroarty will open a...

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will consider whether to allow longer hours and live entertainment at the Barn Bowl and Bistro.

The Island's only commercial grain crop represents a growing interest in traditional grain on Martha's Vineyard, where rye, oats and barley were once...

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Arts Briefs

It’s time once again to go whole hog at the Porks and Knives class billed as Four Days of the Pig: From Slaughter to Butchery and Beyond.

This weekend Featherstone celebrates its 12th chocolate festival with tasty chocolate concoctions made by Island bakers, artists and chocolate lovers.

The Wild Food Challenge, now in its sixth year on the Island, is Sunday, Oct. 11, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs.

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