The Vineyard has a long history of being dog-centric. There are dogs on boats, dogs on beaches, dogs at offices. At the top of Circuit avenue there’s...
An Evening Without (Art*Island) with performance readings will be presented in collaboration with the Massachusetts ACLU and the Martha’s Vineyard...
It’s still where’s-my-coffee early and all is quiet at Howes House in West Tisbury. In 15 minutes though, the Council on Aging’s long-running Tuesday...
Vineyarders who have memories, experiences or photographs from the Vineyard during World War II are sought for interviews for a book about World War...
Join author Judith Campell at Bunch of Grapes bookstore on Main street in Vineyard Haven as she talks about her book A Predatory Mission. Her talk is...
If we want written accounts of Island life before the Gazette began to publish in 1846, we must usually rely on letters, town records, deeds, wills...
Richard North Patterson likes to think of himself as a method actor. The 66-year-old writer and part-time resident of West Tisbury writes mostly...
The Edgartown Library summer reading program this year involved more than 100 children and for the first time reached out to children at the Boys’...
The Trustees of Reservations offers a new StoryWalk this fall at Menemsha Hills Reservation. The book Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey will be...

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