Mike Carotta first cast a line into the Martha’s Vineyard’s surf after his freshman year of college. Fifty years later, he continues to return to the...
The board of the Friends of the West Tisbury Free Public Library has announced information about its 63rd annual used book sale.
From baseball player Roberto Clemente to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to Mother Goose, Featherstone's newest exhibition tells a range of...
After seven decades as a published poet, literary wife and mother, international human rights activist and famed Vineyard hostess, Rose Styron has a...
Providence psychiatrist Henry Farber is the narrative focus of Death of the Great Man, the new novel by Peter Kramer.
In his lighthearted new book, Mocha Mott's co-owner Tim Dobel proposes a new set of rules for golf that he hopes will remind readers to maintain a...
In her 30-year career, Jean Stone has written upwards of 24 novels, more than a third of which are set on the Vineyard. The reason, she said, goes...
In 2017, Lynn Ditchfield set out to create the book she always wished she had as a teacher. Six years, 54 lesson plans and almost 300 pages later,...
On Saturday, author Lynn Ditchfield and artist and illustrator Janice Frame will discuss the newly-released book Borders to Bridges: Arts-Based...
On Saturday, June 24, the West Tisbury Public Library will hold a book launch for Borders to Bridges: Arts-Based Curriculum for Social Justice.
Underwater Daughter: A Memoir of Survival and Healing by Antonia Deignan, She Writes Press 2023, 250 pages, $9.95.
When Tamara Weiss and Amanda Benchley set out to write a book about Vineyard artists, they were determined to not just capture the beauty of the...

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The library is naming its boardroom for the late educator, author and library trustee, with a public dedication planned for Jan. 31.

Library Journal awarded star ratings to just 14 Massachusetts libraries in 2021, and three of them are on Martha's Vineyard.

Union Chapel hosts Kimberle Crenshaw, critical race theory co-founder, on Tuesday, August 24 at 6 p.m.

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