Sovereignty is in the news these days. It's in Rhode Island, where tempers are running hot in an ongoing skirmish between the Narragansett Indian...
Intro to Tarot, a workshop with Jenna Bernstein, takes place on Zoom Thursday as part of the West Tisbury Library's free online offerings.
It was all things Supreme Court during a debate-style panel as part of the latest event in the 2020 Martha’s Vineyard Author Series.
Mary Beth Norton discusses her newest book, 1774: The Long Year of Revolution, in a free online book talk July 14.
Pathways Arts hosts an evening of live readings Tuesday on the Zoom online platform. All are welcome.
An online gathering of sci-fi readers begins with short story The Kite Makers, by Brenda Peynado, on March 30.
Philip Weinstein discusses his new book Jonathan Franzen: The Comedy of Rage beginning at 7 p.m. at the Vineyard Haven Public Library
Black Americans on average die four years before White Americans, according to a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistic released...
Michael Pollan left an overflow crowd at the Farm Institute with a clear message last week: start cooking. “You can take a deep dive into the soul...
Schedule of Panels - Edgartown Room11:00 a.m.  History: Past and Present with Jill Lepore (Mansion of Happiness), Tony Horwitz (Midnight Rising), and...
About a year ago, closed boxes filled with computer tablets were left in two villages in Ethiopia. The villages had no literacy and no cellular...
Carol Carrick, the well-known children’s author whose books have had a cherished place on family bookshelves and in children’s rooms in public...

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