Tale of Hedge Fund Titan's Fall Is One Book Festival Highlight
Bill Eville
Gary Shteyngart will take part in a panel on transformative friendships in fiction.
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Book Festival Opens with Late Night Chat
Will Sennott
The Martha's Vineyard Book Festival opens on Friday, August 2 at the Performing Arts Center with a conversation between Chelsea Handler and Seth Meyers.
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Casting Into the Light: Tales of a Fishing Life
Steve Donoghue
From her earliest years, Janet Messineo knew she wanted to be a great fisherman.
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A Front Row Seat to the Golden Age of Hollywood
Noah Asimow
Fay Wray, a noted beauty from the Golden Age of Hollywood, had two main love interests in her life.
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Author Series Gives New Meaning to Term Beach Read
Katherine Gianni
This year the author series, which runs from July 15 through August 19, will bring seven authors to the Chilmark Community Center to discuss their latest works in conjunction with current events.
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Author, Author; Book Festival Brings Words and Stories to Life
Vivian Ewing and Chloe Reichel
On Saturday they jammed the Harbor View Hotel. On Sunday they donned sun hats and trooped up to the Chilmark Community Center. Book lovers were very much in evidence at the seventh Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival.
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Dateline White House: Journalists Report From the Front Lines
Alex Elvin

Two leading journalists took a break from covering Donald Trump last week and spoke candidly about covering the White House.

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Chasing History Through Story of George Washington's Runaway Slave
Chloe Reichel
Erica Armstrong Dunbar was at work on her doctoral dissertation on the lives of black women in the antebellum north when she came across an advertisement that caught her attention.
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Words Matter But Meaning Can Be Such a Slippery Eel
Elizabeth Bennett
In You’re the Only One I Can Tell: Inside the Language of Women’s Friendships, Deborah Tannen examines how female friends communicate and different conversational styles.
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