Dr. Peter Kramer discusses his new book Ordinarily Well: The Case for Antidepressants beginning on Friday, July 15.
Prepare your taste buds for an afternoon of food, wine and conversation. The third annual Cook the Vineyard luncheon returns to Lola’s on Monday,...
Love thy neighbor, author James Carroll stressed as he opened the Summer Institute's annual speaker series on Thursday night. This message was part...
Robert Bernstein's memoir chronicles his legendary career in publishing — from office boy-in-waiting at Simon and Schuster to president of Random...
E.J. Dionne will talk about American conservatism and the Republican party on Thursday, July 14.
On Tuesday evening, weavers and woodworkers, hair stylists and musicians traveled from all corners of the Island to celebrate the launch of Jane...
In 1969, after an absence of some 30 years from the Vineyard, Dr. David Lowenthal (now 93 years old) revisited the Island.
A mysterious drowning in Oak Bluffs harbor sets the stage for Cynthia Riggs’s 13th novel, Bloodroot.
Jib Ellis’s newest collection of stories, Jib’s Hat, draws from a lifetime of experiences.
driver Sam Hill cannot seem to find peace on the Vineyard in the third book in Michael G. West’s eco-thriller trilogy, Burn: A Year-round Place to...
Women Healers of the World: The Traditions, History & Geography of Herbal Medicine, has been awarded the national Nautilus Book Award.
Chris Fischer’s cookbook, published last spring, was honored this week with a James Beard Award for American Cooking.

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Arts Briefs

On Dec. 27, the father and son team of Brocks Callen (they share the same name) headed out to sea.

On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Speakeasy Series presents an evening with Peter D. Kramer to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation.

Philip Weinstein begins his series of lecture on William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! on Wednesday, Nov. 2.

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