Kate Feiffer is headed off-Broadway. Ms. Feiffer’s book My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life was adapted for stage and first appeared at the Vineyard...
The world of herbs can seem overwhelming with the infinite number, exponential combinations and myriad ways to apply them. Herbalist Holly...
On Sunday, Feb. 17, at 5:30 p.m. the 28th annual MLK Jr. members and awards dinner of the Martha’s Vineyard branch of the NAACP will be celebrated at...
When Diane Wolkstein’s book, The Magic Orange Tree and other Haitian Folktales was published in 1978, it became a favorite among American...
The West Tisbury Library is hosting a free poetry workshop every Friday in February from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The workshop is for intermediate and...
Herbert Foster began teaching industrial arts for the New York city public school system fresh out of New York University, thanks to the G.I. Bill....
Years ago, when Lisa Sherman took a part-time summer job at the Edgartown Library shelving books, she did not anticipate how this short break from...
After William Styron died, his wife Rose was cleaning up their Connecticut house in preparation for it to be sold when she discovered an enormous...
With the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and the northeaster that followed still readily visible, it seemed like I should include some books that spoke...

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