I Wouldn’t Do That If I Were Me is a collection of short misadventures experienced by Jason Gay and his wife Bessie and their two sons, Jesse and his...
Charlayne Hunter-Gault's new book My People: Five Decades of Writing About Black Lives chronicles a life spent transcending traditional barriers.
Between Owen Park and the West Chop Cemetery, Vineyard Haven’s Main street was once the seasonal home of four internationally acclaimed writers and a...
Billy Collins, the bestselling poet and former U.S. poet laureate, delighted a packed house at Featherstone Center for the Arts with his carefully...
On Wednesday, longtime general manager Molly Coogan and her husband Brendan Coogan purchased Bunch of Grapes Bookstore from Dawn Braasch, who has...
Billy Collins returns to Featherstone Center for the Arts on Sept. 8 for a poetry reading.
The 2022 Hutchins Forum brought a discussion of race and the American culture wars to the Old Whaling Church on August 18.
Amor Towles spoke on Sunday at the Performing Arts Center as part of Martha’s Vineyard Author Series. At the talk he described the history behind his...
Inclusivity and horseback riding haven't always grazed in the same pasture.
Stephen Goodwin's golf epiphany came to him in an Irish field of wildflowers.
After a lunch of fried chicken with blueberries, peaches, black-eyed peas and honey at the Vineyard Gazette Media Group Cook the Vineyard event on...
For author and editor Marc Favreau, the arc of history and injustice is not something to be hidden away. Rather, it needs to be studied and unpacked...

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Arts Briefs

The library is naming its boardroom for the late educator, author and library trustee, with a public dedication planned for Jan. 31.

Library Journal awarded star ratings to just 14 Massachusetts libraries in 2021, and three of them are on Martha's Vineyard.

Union Chapel hosts Kimberle Crenshaw, critical race theory co-founder, on Tuesday, August 24 at 6 p.m.

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