Some turn lemons into lemonade. When Beekman boys, Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge found themselves unemployed with two mortgages and 80 goats to...
Morning Glory Farm introduces its second cookbook with a reading on Tuesday at the farm stand. "In this book, vegetables are the stars," said Jim...
Rev. Matthew Laney, senior minister of Asylum Congregational Church in Hartford, Conn., is the guest preacher at Union Chapel on Sunday, July 27.
What could be better than books and the beach? How about books and the people who wrote them, near the beach.
They weren’t on the farm, out at sea, behind the line or in their home kitchens. For the first time, Island authors Susie Middleton, Catherine...
Ellen Stimson's Mud Season chronicles her family’s 2003 move from city life in St. Louis to country life in a tiny Vermont town. The book is a...
Its porches and windows frame Edgartown harbor and the surrounding landscape, drawing visitors from around the Island and the world. It is a favorite...
In her first novel in 12 years, Susan Minot explores the darkness and wonder of human experience. Thirty Girls, published this year, follows the...
On Tuesday, July 15, at 7 p.m. Neville Frankel will give a reading and discussion of his novel Bloodlines at the Vineyard Haven Public Library, 200...

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