Rocking the Avenue at Ladyfest
Louisa Hufstader
In just two years, Ladyfest has gone from Oak Bluffs debutante to belle of the ball. The female-centered live music festival began as a showcase that overflowed the bar in 2017 and took over Circuit avenue in 2018.
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Good Music for a Good Cause at Ladyfest
Noah Asimow
Ladyfest, the rocking annual Oak Bluffs street festival that puts some of the Island’s most talented female artists center stage, is set to take place this Saturday evening on Circuit avenue.
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St. Francis Potluck Party
St. Francis loved the animals, that much is well known. That he loved to party is perhaps lesser known, but then again he is the patron saint of stowaways, among others.
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Singing the Song of Gaelic Americana
Kyle Carey performs at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.
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Will Luckey, Island Musician Who Taught Others, Dies at 68
Will Luckey, a well-known Island musician and music teacher, died on August 17 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital after battling cancer.
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Singing With and For the Fishes
Louisa Hufstader
Mark Lovewell’s new CD, With the Fishes, pays tribute to fishermen, their boats, their prey and the communities—social and economic—that support them.
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Vineyard Sinfonietta Celebrates One of Its Own With Heidi's Concert
Holly Pretsky
The Vineyard Sinfonietta celebrates its longest serving member on Sunday with a concert in her honor.
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Hootenanny Night: Amateur Folksingers Take Over Coffee House for a Night
From the Gazette archives: a story about James Taylor appearing at a Hootenanny in 1963.
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Building Bridges Through Song
Bill Eville

Roberta Kirn finds songs wherever she goes, a wandering minstrel for music as part of her Song Exchange Project.

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Yard’s Winter Season Brings Light Into the Darkness
Landry Harlan

The Yard is on a mission to help Vineyarders beat the winter doldrums with dance.

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