07.01.15

David McCullough discusses his new book with Matthew Stackpole.

06.18.15

Wendy Weldon has been an artist for more than forty years, but she carries herself as though she’s finally arrived in a place of strength and stability with her work.

Remy Tumin

06.18.15

A new book celebrates the life and work of Island writer Peggy Freydberg, who died this spring at the age of one hundred and seven.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

06.03.15

Thirty years in the life of an Island painting.

Tom Dunlop

05.01.15

Rockers where the porch was bareInvite the springtime derrièreTo sit awhile and smell the air.The chores can wait; there’s time to spare!

D.A.W.

05.01.15

You can Google all you want, but no one is going to tell you that the Oak Bluffs harbor is dead tonight and you should head to the Ritz instead. After all, local is as local does.

Remy Tumin

05.01.15

To those who’ve been here long enough, it is known as “the yellow book,” a definitive history of the steamships and ferries that have sailed to and from the mainland going back to the start of the service, two centuries ago. Written by Paul C. Morris and Joseph Morin of Nantucket and published in 1977, The Island Steamers is a big, sprawling, somewhat roughly hewn coffee table book with the steamer Nobska on the cover, pounding her way from Oak Bluffs to Nantucket in the early 1970s.

Tom Dunlop

03.01.15

Thomas Craven was the leading art historian of his day, and his Vineyard friend Thomas Hart Benton was his favorite artist.

Elizabeth Hawes

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