Summer on the Vineyard, riding the wave of July 4th with the traffic, the roundabout and the endless cashing in on another winter of Island absence...
Charlie McDowell knows how to wear pastel, effortlessly. He also knows how to eavesdrop which is how he came upon this new skill. But most...
Did you know that America’s deadliest maritime disaster was not the Titanic? Or that an African-American woman refused to give up her seat on a bus...
Remember when summer meant reading for fun just because you wanted to? The Martha’s Vineyard Library Association likes to perpetuate that feeling...
In the Wampanoag language, the word “noepe” means, according to one interpretation, a still place among the currents. The Wampanoag people gave the...
In the winter of 1993, travel writer and essayist Edward Hoagland was travelling in Eastern Africa on assignment for Harper’s Magazine. He had...
What would Dionnis Coffin Riggs do? That’s the question Cynthia Riggs asks herself every time she finds Victoria Trumbull, the protagonist in her...
The summer reading program at the Vineyard Haven library begins June 29 when Andy and Veronica Fish lead a free kids’ comic workshop for ages 8 to 12...
The West Tisbury Library reports that the book drop at the West Tisbury School shed is filled to capacity. Donations to the library’s annual book...
Thanks to Kindle and Nook there is a self-publishing revolution going on. Self-publishing pioneer Laura Shabott will answer all questions surrounding...
Despite its small size, the Vineyard has long fed the creative spirits of numerous artists, from writers to painters and everything in between. For...
A changing of the guard took place Wednesday morning as Zoe Pechter and Sondra Murphy read aloud to a group of youngsters at the Oak Bluffs Public...

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