Bob Mankoff is The New Yorker’s cartoon editor, and each week he evaluates thousands of cartoons. He is also the subject of the new documentary Very...
Tired of obstacles to mobility in the United States, Harvard Business School professor and seasonal Edgartown resident Rosabeth Moss Kanter decided...
It’s a rare opportunity to gather in one restaurant and enjoy specialty dishes sourced from the Island by seven distinct chefs. All of which are, by...
More than 100 people gathered in the West Tisbury Grange Hall on Tuesday to hear David McCullough talk about his new book, The Wright Brothers....
“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...

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Arts Briefs

Thomas Dresser has completed the manuscript for his most recent book, Martha’s Vineyard: A History.

Arts and Society celebrates William Butler Yeats with a special evening at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Saturday, May 2 at 8 p.m.

The Bunch of Grapes Bookstore hosts its third annual school book fair, helping out Island schools with purchases all week long beginning Friday,...

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