Suzanne Goldsmith's first novel, Washashore, features a main character inspired by Gus Ben David. The novel received the Green Earth Book Award which...
The Oak Bluffs library is offering more than pumpkin carving this fall. On Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 6:30 p.m., and just in time for Halloween, it hosts...
ACE MV offers two upcoming opportunities to honor your inner scribe, Writing From the Heart and Envisioning Your Emerging Self: Becoming More...
Nelson Bryant’s new memoir, Mill Pond Joe, chronicles his early years on the Vineyard, his many near-death experiences during World War II, and 30...
Music on Martha’s Vineyard, a History of Harmony takes readers on a musical history tour of the Island. Although Carly Simon and James Taylor may be...
The Vineyard Haven library has announced that its Sunday hours and programs resume on Oct. 19. The library will be open from noon to 4 p.m. on...
Shirley Mayhew’s affectionate recollections of West Tisbury chronicle the years from 1947, when she arrived as a bride to a community of 239...
Bella the puppeteer has exchanged the stage for some crayons. Her new activity coloring book for children is called Arakataka and it is a take off on...
Holly Bellebuono's new book is part biography, part history, part geography and part linguistics lesson, all set against the broad backdrop of...
From stories about bees and alligators to how to raise a passionate reader, a look at three new books from authors with Vineyard ties.
Nick Bunker's An Empire on the Edge, How Britain Came to Fight America visits the origins of the American Revolution from the British perspective. He...
Join the Vineyard Haven Public Library and the Martha’s Vineyard Poetry Society as they celebrate Arnie Reisman as the new Martha’s Vineyard poet...

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Arts Briefs

Susan Klein leads a workshop on memoir organization at the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging on Tuesday afternoons from 1 to 3:30 p.m. beginning March 31...

Sunday afternoon, the two founders of the African American Heritage Trail of Martha's Vineyard discuss Women Making History online.

It's Jane Eyre in February and Middlemarch all March with the Martha's Vineyard Library Association's online book group.

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