It was on the Vineyard that Paul Greenberg first encountered the beauty of a functioning ecosystem, where fishing was not merely a symbolic act.
Marshall Goldberg’s masterful The New Colossus rivets the reader into 1888 New York and follows the beautiful and spunky reporter Nellie Bly.
Historian Craig Steven Wilder will give a lecture at this year's annual retreat for Williams College alumni.
Legacy of Light: Poems for the Gay Head Lighthouse holds a collection of poems submitted by Island and off-Island writers celebrating the lighthouse.
A number of high-profile politicians converged on Oak Bluffs on Friday for a low-key but spirited book signing and talk by the South Carolina...
On May 31, 2012, David McCullough Jr. was “just a regular high school English teacher.” But by June of that year, he was regular no more.
Peter Beinart, Alan Dershowitz and Robert Mnookin gathered at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center to engage in a panel discussion on Gaza and the...
In 1973, when Pulitzer Prize-winning UPI journalist Lucinda Franks was 26, she was sent to interview U.S. attorney Robert Morgenthau, who had just...
A line of people eager to greet Mrs. Clinton stretched all the way to the Steamship Authority wharf just before the rainy-day event Wednesday at the...
After seeing the northern states for the first time in 1951 during a summer with his aunt and uncle in Buffalo, N.Y., Cong. John Lewis began...
David McCullough Jr. had been for a long time quietly going about his business as a teacher of English at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts.
“I’ve built a grand castle with turrets and towers. And parapets, arrow slits, keeps, and a moat. I’ve battled the seagulls and land crabs for hours...

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Arts Briefs

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.

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