Monday, April 15, 2024

    Kara Taylor creates a garden of the imagination

    There’s a magical quality to the work of Island artist Kara Taylor. Although she changes her style and subject matter frequently, what always comes across — whether in a landscape, a mixed-media piece, or...

    Eisenhauer Gallery encourages summer whites

    Check out the summer’s most festive gallery event this week, as the Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown hosts a themed party in honor of their latest exhibit, “She Only Wore White.” Not only will the...

    Doug Rauch cuts waste with food innovation

    Doug Rauch had a great idea that might help feed the hungry and help solve the growing food-waste issue at the same time: a healthy grocery store stocked with food that otherwise might go...

    ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is a romping rom-com at the Tisbury Amphitheater

    For his comedies, William Shakespeare must have had a checklist close by: Mistaken identity: check! An evil bastard (literally a bastard): check! A bunch of witty wordplay: check! Manipulation of lovers’ affections: check! Fear of cuckoldry: check! And, most important,...

    Environmental issues inspire at Film Center festival

    Now in its second year, “Nature as Inspiration” will bring seven documentaries about the environment to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center this weekend. In collaboration with the Vineyard Conservation Society, the M.V. Environmental Film...

    Summer camps and programs on Martha’s Vineyard

    Spring has finally sprung and we’re looking forward to summer vacation. How will your kids spend their free time? With our comprehensive guide to camps and summer programs on Martha’s Vineyard, it’s easy to...