Tracing the Lineage of Women Healers, Plant by Glorious Plant

Holly Bellebuono's new book is part biography, part history, part geography and part linguistics lesson, all set against the broad backdrop of healing. Ms. Bellebuono profiles 21 contemporary women, each practicing different healing traditions.

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Learning to Live Again Through Photography
In his new book Fighting for My Life, Michael Blanchard recounts the story of how he hit rock bottom, and how he returned to the living through his pictures. Mr. Blanchard's numerous photographs evoke the beauty and serenity of the Island.
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Modern Privilege Meets Timeless Tragedy in We Were Liars
Tragedy has a way of striking its targets indiscriminately. No family, no matter how privileged, and no place, no matter how magical, is immune. Welcome to the world of We Were Liars, a young adult novel set on a small private island off the coast of Martha's Vineyard.
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Artist Ray Ellis Captured Derby's Essence in Paintings to Be Shared

For 25 years it was an anticipated event — the arrival of the limited-edition prints depicting classic Vineyard fishing scenes as rendered by artist Ray Ellis.

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Catch of the Day May Be Nothing But Net

It was on the Vineyard that Paul Greenberg first encountered the beauty of a functioning ecosystem, where fishing was not merely a symbolic act.

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Rep. James Clyburn Finds Good Company on the Vineyard

A number of high-profile politicians converged on Oak Bluffs on Friday for a low-key but spirited book signing and talk by the South Carolina congressman, who is a longtime Vineyard visitor. The book signing was among many events this summer with connections to African American history and culture.

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Understated Teacher Becomes Viral Rock Star
On May 31, 2012, David McCullough Jr. was “just a regular high school English teacher.” But by June of that year, he was regular no more.
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Hillary Clinton Attracts Overflow Crowd for Book Signing

A line of people eager to greet Mrs. Clinton stretched all the way to the Steamship Authority wharf just before the rainy-day event Wednesday at the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore in Vineyard Haven. The former Secretary of State and longtime Island visitor was noncommittal about a run for the presidency.

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Civil Rights Meets the Graphic Novel
After seeing the northern states for the first time in 1951 during a summer with his aunt and uncle in Buffalo, N.Y., Cong. John Lewis began questioning the quality of life that many around him took for granted.
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Words to the Wise: You Are Not Special
David McCullough Jr. had been for a long time quietly going about his business as a teacher of English at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts.
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