Keeping Etiquette Alive for the Next Generation
Emily Post, longtime seasonal resident of Edgartown, was known on the Island as much for her gardens as her book Etiquette. Her great-great-granddaughter, Lizzie Post breathes new life into the iconic text.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Funny Business
Michael Hill's new biography, Funny Business: The Legendary Life and Political Satire of Art Buchwald, is a funny, genial book, much like its subject.
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For Worn, Author Kept Following the Thread of the Story
Sofi Thanhauser's new book, Worn: A People’s History of Clothing, tracks the social history of five main fabrics — linen, cotton, silk, synthetics and wool.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: The Best Ever
Here’s the ultimate coffee table book for every home in New England.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Covid Monologues MV
Covid Monologues MV is the brainchild of Moira Convey Silva and Jennifer L. Knight, who have curated a wide selection of written responses to the pandemic.
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You Don't Have a Prayer, and Yet You Play Anyway
Longtime Edgartown Golf Club manager Mark Hess has written a new book as an homage to his place of employment, You Don't Have a Prayer .
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Forget Prayers, Bring Cake
The progress of medical science in the last century has not only postponed death for many Americans but transformed it as well.
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Taking a Tour in the Slow Lane
Schlepping Around Martha’s Vineyard is a self-guided driving tour that allows individuals to explore on their own and learn more about the history of the Island.
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Vineyard Bookshelf: Waterfront Poems, Vineyard Seasons
Here on the Island, for many living is an art form and here artists abound.
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A Golden Tale
An author signing and dog pawing take place Friday when Dan Perdios and his golden retriever Morgan head over to Edgartown Books.
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