Kevin Parham's new novella brings back the M/V Islander, which was decommissioned in 2007, in a fictional tale about the beloved ferry.
Plans for the Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival were put on temporary hold Tuesday, after Chilmark selectmen delayed approval of the biannual summer...
Island poets are invited to take part in the April 25 reading.
The 19th Hijacker, James Reston’s 19th book, follows a long list of both fiction and nonfiction titles that take as their subject matter the...
Sunday afternoon, the two founders of the African American Heritage Trail of Martha's Vineyard discuss Women Making History online.
In a playful presentation with elementary school students at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School, Marc Brown, the creator of Arthur, looked...
The renowned actor and longtime Vineyard seasonal resident, who has been living with Parkinson’s disease for nearly half his life, spoke about his...
Lying on his kitchen floor, alone and unable to get up, Michael J. Fox discovered that his characteristic optimism had reached its limit.
In its first winter event, the Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival will present a virtual interview on Thursday, Feb. 25 featuring award-winning actor,...
Islanders share their narratives of these times, on Zoom Jan. 30.
It's Jane Eyre in February and Middlemarch all March with the Martha's Vineyard Library Association's online book group.
Pick up an original Vineyard Bingo board at the Chilmark Library and play for prizes Jan. 23.

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Arts Briefs

Fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction readings and workshops take place online from June 29 through July 3.

The West Tisbury Library's online summer reading programs for children, young adults and adults begin June 29.

The West Tisbury Library introduces a new, online children's storytime, focused on social justice, on June 8.

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