Tribal Chairman Named as Panelist in Iowa Forum

Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), was selected to be a panelist at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum 2019.

A Deep Dive Into the Life and Creativity of Miles Davis

Every seat in the Capawock Theatre was taken last week for an invitation-only advance screening of the new documentary by Stanley Nelson, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool.

Half a Century of Selling Fish Earns Flash Mob Surprise

It’s hard to keep a secret from the Larsen family, especially if that secret has anything to do with Menemsha harbor. But early Monday the family was pleasantly surprised by a flash mob celebration for their 50th anniversary.

Community Gathers to Remember Tony Horwitz

Friends and family filled the Old Whaling Church Friday afternoon to share remembrances of Tony Horwitz, who died in May at the age of 60.

Felix Neck Preschool Set to Open

Felix Neck will be opening the doors of a new nature-based preschool on Sept 3.

Endowment Launches New Impact Grants

The Permanent Endowment will launch a new class of impact grants in the $15,000 to $25,000 range.

Farm and Field: Favorites

Every farmer has a favorite crop. Some are reluctant to name just one, like a mother who does not want to play favorites.

Silent Blight on Martha's Vineyard Beaches

This summer I’ve worked as a ranger for the Trustees of the Reservations at Norton Point Beach. It’s a bucket list job.

No Straight Lines: Valerie Jarrett Reflects on Her Life, Career

Valerie Jarrett appeared to have it all: a degree from Stanford and a law degree from Michigan, a job at a reputable law firm. All the boxes were checked.

Winning Hearts as Well as Ribbons, 158th Agricultural Fair Comes to a Close

Prize-winning vegetables and flower arrangements, the buzz of the chainsaw as woodsmen competed, Best in Show for man’s best friend — notes on the fair from Gazette staff.