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Amy Helm takes center stage

By Sean M. Della Croce – July 20, 2016 After a lifetime of playing in bands, Amy Helm has taken on the role of frontwoman. While life in the spotlight was unfamiliar at first, Helm hit her stride with a 2015… Read More

Nat Lawson performs feats of mentalism

By Brittany Bowker – Jun 29, 2016 “We’re going to play a game over the phone,” 16-year-old Nat Lawson of Rockport, Maine, said as he prepared to read my mind. And without giving anything away: He did just… Read More

David McCullough Helps Make History Soar

By Alex Elvin Friday, July 17, 2015 More than 100 people gathered in the West Tisbury Grange Hall on Wednesday to hear Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough talk about his new book, The Wright Brothers. Tickets sold for $100,… Read More

An Evening with Historian David McCullough

Thursday, June 11, 2015 Pulitzer-Prize winning historian and author David McCullough, a longtime West Tisbury resident, will be speaking at the Grange Hall in July for his only public event on the Vineyard this summer. Mr. McCullough will… Read More

An Evening with David McCullough

By Juliana da Silva – Jun 5, 2015 David McCullough will speak to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation. Mr. McCullough will talk about his newly published well-reviewed biography, The Wright Brothers, and the research behind it. Tickets… Read More

David McCullough celebrates another all-American story

By Whit Griswold on May 19, 2015 I first met David McCullough around 1970, when he picked me up hitchhiking on Old County Road after my truck had broken down, again. Driving a nondescript, not-new sedan, maybe a Plymouth,… Read More

David McCullough Flies Deep into Wright Brothers’ Story

By Alex Elvin – April 30, 2015 On May 30, 1899, Wilbur Wright sat down at a small desk in the house that he shared with his brother, sister and father and wrote one of the most important… Read More

An evening with Geraldine Brooks

By Joyce Wagner – Apr 15, 2015 Geraldine Brooks’ appearance belies her power. She’s petite, with a valentine of a face, and a voice that neighbors girlish. Yet the dainty Australian effortlessly held 60-plus attendees at State Road… Read More

Author Geraldine Brooks Fills Out the Story of Biblical Giant Slayer

By Bill Eville, April 9, 2015 The moment of inspiration for Geraldine Brooks’s new novel, The Secret Chord, occurred about 10 years ago, when her son Nathaniel told his parents he wanted to learn to play the harp…. Read More

McCulloughs honored for contributions to the West Tisbury library

by Tony Omer,  July 23, 2014 The West Tisbury library board of trustees and the library foundation Sunday dedicated the new community program room of the newly renovated and enlarged West Tisbury public library to David and Rosalee McCullough. Hunter… Read More