The Nameless Trail honors people who were enslaved on the Vineyard and those who escaped with help from Islanders.
The civil rights activist and Washington power broker who died Monday had been a longtime summer visitor to the Vineyard.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of Charlayne Hunter Gault’s arrival at the historically segregated University of Georgia in Athens.
Viewers from around the Island and across the country joined over Zoom for a morning of music and celebration as part of the fifth annual Martha’s...
Color movies from vacationing on the Island in the 1940s were donated last year to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The online exhibit is called On the...
Monday’s keynote speaker was Mariama White-Hammond, an activist and founding pastor of New Roots African Methodist Episcopal Church in Dorchester.
Ten Martha's Vineyard writers will share slices of their Covid experiences at the Martha's Vineyard Museum on Nov. 15.
Edgartown Harbor was recently named a site on the Underground Railroad as part of 12 new listings made this year.
What can the ocean tell us about ourselves? Three raconteurs set out to answer the question last Wednesday night in the most recent installment of...
When congregations return at last to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs, they will be greeted by an old acquaintance as they’ve never seen — or heard — it...
Three members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) are among seven Wampanoag tribal members whose voices guide a virtual exhibit that opens...
The World War II-era hangar at Katama Airfield was reduced to scrap on Thursday afternoon — not for the first time, but definitely for the last.

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