When award-winning author Erik Larson sets out to write historical nonfiction, he allows the characters to be his guide.

The walls of Lucy Dahl’s new Edgartown art gallery are lined with photographs she has taken over the years, many created under the tutelage of Island...

On Thursday evening, Sarah Broom addressed a crowd of 558 virtual participants to discuss her memoir The Yellow House at the opening event to this...

Liz Garbus has made a career of telling true stories. And the world has listened. Her roster of awards and distinctions includes multiple Emmy and...

Months of anxiety, uncertainty and unrest are making their mark on Martha’s Vineyard artists.

A recent uptick in coronavirus cases has largely come from young, asymptomatic Islanders, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital officials said Wednesday.

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Arts Briefs

His Majesty Tatabong Alexandre of the Lenale Ndem chiefdom in Cameroon is the special guest for the library's virtual Sankofa festival Friday.

The Edgartown Library now offers contactless pick-up six days a week from noon to 4 p.m.

Born Into the Gig, by filmmakers Kate David and David Heilbroner, spotlights next-generation musicians including Sally Taylor and Ben Taylor.

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