In Tune

The weather smiled brightly on Beach Road Weekend, but that was perhaps the only variable still in question at the start of the music festival due to the vagaries of nature.

Butterfly Days

The monarchs are back and appear to be even more plentiful this year on the Island.

Once Robust, Bluefin Tuna Fishery Is In Economic Freefall

The quiet demise of the tuna industry was in evidence last week when the 278-metric ton seasonal quota was reached early. Market prices were reported to have plummeted to a record-breaking low.

Keeping the Story Alive to Learn and Wonder

Look What a Wonder returned to the Vineyard for a one-night show on Monday at the Performing Arts Center. It first played here in 2001.

The 158th Agricultural Fair and Livestock Show Is Underway

Bleats of goats, the creak of oxen carts and a voice over the PA system declared the 158th annual Agricultural Fair officially open at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

U.S. Slave Song Project

Jim Thomas and the U.S. Slave Song Project will bring a special performance of 1854 A Folk Opera to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs on Friday, August 23, beginning at 5 p.m.

Blast Off in Oak Bluffs

The skies above Oak Bluffs will turn all manner of bright colors and shapes on Friday, August 16 at the annual Oak Bluffs fireworks.

Music on Main Street

The Port Hunter keeps the scene rolling on Main street in Edgartown with local music and bands from off-Island.

Driving While Black

On Wednesday, August 21, the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival continues its summer series with a new documentary by director Ric Burns entitled Driving While Black.

Ronald K. Brown Returns to the Island

In 2015, the Yard invited Ronald K. Brown and his company Evidence to perform on the Vineyard.

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