The lessons at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High school last Friday were centered on 1960s diner sit-ins and dormitory riots. And the teacher was...
Jacqueline Woodson, 49, stood in front of the seated crowd of Oak Bluffs School eighth graders last Friday morning, holding a copy of her 2005 young...
library
Paul Karasik walked into the West Tisbury Free Public Library late last Saturday afternoon looking for a gong. At the same time library director Beth...
Fans of both classic gumshoe detective novels and recent crime fiction will appreciate Jim Kohlberg’s new mystery novel The Golden Gate is Red. In...
If when walking out among the autumnal stylings of nature, the urge to utter in capital letters In Leaves No Step Had Trodden Black comes quite...
As Laura Wainwright distinguishes in the titular essay of her new book Home Bird: Four Seasons on Martha’s Vineyard, a home bird is different from a...
The Martha’s Vineyard Magazine Fall-Winter Home & Garden issue, on stands now, delves into the work of creative professionals in the fields of...
norman bridwell
Among the green-trimmed houses on High street in Edgartown, Norman Bridwell’s home sticks out. The shutters and doors are bright red. And in the...
John Hersey was a master at both fiction and nonfiction writing. He wrote more than 20 books, including Hiroshima, a short but searing account of the...

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