Elin Hilderbrand may be the queen of summer fiction year after year, but hold lists provided by Island librarians showing their top requested books...
Joyce’s Way, by Island author and storyteller Susan Klein, is the true story of the late Joyce Brigish.
Richard Cohen spoke at the Hebrew Center last Thursday night about his work as president of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Naturally, a good many Vineyard tales verge on the odd.
Nafissa Thompson-Spires will discuss her debut book of short stories, Heads of the Colored People, on July 29 at the Chilmark Community Center as...
After starting his career as a copy boy at the City News Bureau in Chicago, Seymour Hersh specialized in investigative journalism that uncovered some...
It’s a testament to Tom Dresser’s storytelling gifts that a subject as big as whaling on the Vineyard can be told so well in only 150 pages.
In 1893, three Martha’s Vineyard women decided they would not go through another isolating Island winter.
What is important right now is that Mr. Weinstein is currently on his own literary journey.
The director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy launched the Summer Institute speaker series with a riveting talk...
In The Omega Principle Paul Greenberg explores so-called omega-3 fatty acids extracted from humble sea stock like Chesapeake menhaden.
Eat chocolate every day. Yup, you read that right. Every day.

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Arts Briefs

New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik headlines the Summer Institute Speaker Series on Thursday, August 1 at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center.

Philip Weinstein shares his work in progress, a volume of essays entitled Soul-Error on Tuesday, July 23 at the Vineyard Haven Library.

Poet Fanny Howe returns to the Island on Sunday, July 14, joined by John Koethe for a reading at Featherstone Center for the Arts.

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