Here on the Island, for many living is an art form and here artists abound.
A book festival audience turned out Friday evening for a panel discussion on the Martha’s Vineyard Museum lawn with three of the country’s leading...
An author signing and dog pawing take place Friday when Dan Perdios and his golden retriever Morgan head over to Edgartown Books.
Earlier this summer Walter Robinson thought of an activity for his 10-year old son, Merwan, to help lighten the mood.
After nearly 20 years working in economic policy, Heather McGhee realized she needed a different approach to understand the fault lines of American...
Walter Isaacson suggests that if one is searching for a summer read, a nail-biting mystery perhaps, his latest biography on the woman behind gene...
When Andrew Marantz, a New Yorker staff writer, attended the “DeploraBall” on the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2016, he didn’t expect there...
It’s a rainy evening and you turn on the television to find your favorite sitcom. A small wave of comfort washes over you and you let that feeling...
In 1947, two years after the defeat of Germany, a relatively obscure, Wyoming-born artist set his canvas on the floor of his Long Island home,...
Following Robert F. Kennedy’s path through the civil rights movement, historian Patricia Sullivan said she couldn’t help but well up with emotion...
Mark Bittman is the author of more than 30 books, including the familiar yellow-covered household staple How to Cook Everything. But that doesn’t...
Cecilia Kang is a reporter for the New York Times, covering the technology field where short and informative sentences are often the norm. Co-writing...

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Arts Briefs

On Saturday, the West Tisbury Library parking lot will transform into an open-air library with contactless browsing and check-out.

Best-selling author Jenny Milchman talks about and reads from her new novel The Second Mother online Sept. 16.

August 20 is the deadline to sign up for the online open mic August 23.

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