Tabernacle Suits Withdrawn Against Oak Bluffs
The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has withdrawn both of the lawsuits it filed against Oak Bluffs this summer in response to town board decisions approving a planned roof replacement and 1,300 square-foot addition to the Tabernacle.
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Standing Shoulder to Shoulder With Anna Deavere Smith
Award-winning playwright, actor and professor Anna Deavere Smith sees herself as a linking point between her subjects and the audiences for which she performs.
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Money Matters
On May 15, 2021 the citizens of Oak Bluffs gave the Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association $315,000 to help fix the roof on the Tabernacle.
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Ageless Vineyard Sound Turns 30
The 30th anniversary of the Island's a cappella group Vineyard Sound will be celebrated on Saturday with an alumni concert at the Tabernacle.
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Planning Board Approves Tabernacle Project
The Oak Bluffs planning board voted 3-0 Wednesday to approve plans for a roof replacement and addition at the Tabernacle, but the approval hinges on clearance from the town wastewater commission.
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Tabernacle Project Comes Under Scrutiny
The Oak Bluffs planning board is set to decide next week on a project at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle that is the last phase of a restoration spanning the past two decades.
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Important Addition
I have spent over 30 summers under the gracious shade of the Tabernacle and the MVCMA trees.
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Ayanna Pressley Urges Islanders to Keep Up the Fight for Social Justice
Voting rights, the historical nature of entrenched racism and the healing powers of the Vineyard were all topics when the Congresswoman took the stage at the Tabernacle Friday.
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The Moment Is Always Now for Frederick Douglass
This Saturday, the pioneering abolitionist, feminist and master orator visits the Tabernacle stage again, in Roger Guenveur Smith’s one-man show, Frederick Douglass Now.
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From Capitol Hill to Oak Bluffs Pulpits; Finding a Way Out of No Way
On Saturday night at 10 p.m., Sen. Raphael Warnock was on Capitol Hill, fighting to pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill. On Sunday morning Reverend Warnock was preaching on Martha’s Vineyard.
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