“If there is one thing that brings Vineyarders together, male and female, rich and not-so rich, across ethnic and social lines, it is and has been...
It is a big week for words on the Vineyard. One could say that all summer long, but this week two Vineyard authors take the stage.
Gail Rodney will be hosting a reception for her new book, A Martha’s Vineyard & Chappy Sketchbook, at the Old Sculpin Gallery from 5 to 7 p.m. on...
On Thursday evening, as part of the Summer Institute Speaker Series at the Hebrew Center, Jane Harman, former congresswoman and president of the...
To be asked to describe your ideal day might sound like the opening line of a therapy session, but it’s one that architect Mark A. Hutker uses in his...
Thomas Dresser’s new book, Martha’s Vineyard: A History, presents a clear and concise description of the Island’s history.
“I’m still searching for the perfect one line sentence to serve to people when they inevitably ask what my book is about,” poet, author and librarian...
When Jan Pogue and her husband John Walter first moved to the Vineyard, they soon encountered the phenomenon of the “book in the bottom drawer.”
More than 70 years after his death, James Joyce once again stole the show. For a single night, the Island brought back to life the man and his work.

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Arts Briefs

Kay Scheidler, who served as Massachusetts assistant superintendent and district curriculum director, talks about her book, Standards Matter: The Why...

Best-selling author Geraldine Brooks takes part in the Speakeasy Series on Wednesday, April 8, at State Road Restaurant to benefit the West Tisbury...

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...

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