As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Vineyard chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health has organized numerous events around the...
Justen Ahren has always been a musician as well as a writer, releasing his first album Remembering more than 20 years ago.
Nelson Sigelman won a first-place award from The New England Outdoor Writers Association for a story he wrote for the Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.
Frank Bergon, author of the new book Two-Buck Chuck & The Marlboro Man: The New Old West, began researching the book in 2011 during bi-annual...
Living Life with the Grace of a Butterfly is a collection of 25 essays by Shirley Mayhew.
Winners of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize were announced Monday, and a longtime seasonal Island resident was among those honored.
Jill Jupen has been selected as the 2019-2021 Poet Laureate of Martha’s Vineyard.
David Martin, former educator and administrator at Gallaudet, visited Vineyard Haven on Sunday to talk about the legacy of the Martha’s Vineyard deaf...
One of the lesser tolls of tragedy is the way it taints places.
This charming little book about an eight-year-old city boy’s adventures in the country is written by 91-year-old Heidi Shultz of West Tisbury.
Dog Training Diaries dives in and starts right away addressing all the basic issues that confront first-time and long-time dog-owners alike.
One thing we islanders all have in common, of course, is boats, and each year I take to the sea with a list of books about boating and sailing.

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Arts Briefs

On Saturday, Sept. 28 Warren Woessner will present his new book of poems Exit Sky at a reading at the Edgartown Library, beginning at 2 p.m.

Thomas Berry was many things: a humanist, an eco-theologian, a priest, an author.

Annette Sandrock will give a series of readings to celebrate the release of her first book of poetry, Labyrinth.

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