The sign outside State Road Restaurant last Wednesday night said Go Bruins. The parking lot was overflowing and yet upon entering there was no hockey...
Ward Just and Paul Schneider will be the featured speakers at a Speakeasy evening held at State Road Restaurant on May 14 to benefit the West Tisbury...
New book titled Martha's Vineyard features collection of photographs covering 1840s to 1970s donated by Islanders and visitors .
On Wednesday, May 7, and Wednesday, May 14, from 5 to 6 p.m. the West Tisbury Library will host readings showcasing writers from the Martha's...
Yuval Elizur, former deputy editor and economics reporter for Israel’s largest daily newspaper Ma’ariv, will be the guest speaker following the...
The book by Oak Bluffs author Sam Low traces the Hawaiian cultural renaissance. The award, which carries a monetary prize, honors books about social...
Bunch of Grapes Bookstore in Vineyard Haven hosts a series of special events highlighting authors and young people with 20 per cent of all book sales...
Was it fun growing up in the sixties? The question sparked Amy Reece's first novel, Regarding Jeffrey, which evoke the era from 1964 to 1970.
These events happened a while back, when the war was not quite a war, more a prelude to a war. Their army was called a guerrilla force. Our army was...

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