In an essay in her new book Would Everyone Please Stop? Jenny Allen invites readers to come and stay in her Vineyard home. It’s something of a...
Phil Weinstein will explore works of Samuel Beckett on Tuesday, June 13 at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Peter Brannen’s book The Ends of the World explores the six mass extinctions on Earth and what they might tell us about our own dangerous experiment...
Two old Vineyard friends have collaborated on a children’s book entitled The Roses on the Wallpaper.
The Howes House writing group will resume meeting weekly every Tuesday, beginning May 23.
Martha’s Vineyard has a leading role in Nantucket author Elin Hilderbrand’s 19th novel, The Identicals.
In his most recent book, Hidden History of Martha’s Vineyard, Thomas Dresser invites us to explore who we are as a community.
Deborah MacInnis has worked in libraries since she was in the eighth grade. And the biggest part of that work has been 40 years as children’s...
Vegetables are the stars of Susie Middleton’s new cookbook Simple Green Suppers, taking Ms. Middleton and the reader back to her food-obsessed roots.


Arts Briefs

On Monday, July 25, Noam Chomsky will speak at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs at the screening of the documentary about his life, Requiem for the...

Dr. Peter Kramer discusses his new book Ordinarily Well: The Case for Antidepressants beginning on Friday, July 15.

E.J. Dionne will talk about American conservatism and the Republican party on Thursday, July 14.