Painting A Life, Ray Ellis: An Artist Seen Through His Work, 192 pages, 159 paintings, Compass Prints, Savannah, Georgia, 2014 Before his death in 2013, the painter Ray Ellis had resided full-time on Martha’s Vineyard for more than three decades, and as a public symbol he is as recognizable as Gay Head Light and the […]
The Rennekers watched, aghast, as the priceless third-generation heirloom ring arced away, then disappeared into three feet of water.
Never wet a line or staggered to the Derby shed at 9:59 pm to weigh-in before the doors closed? No problem. This book works on a variety of levels and has been crafted lovingly by Mr. Jerome as a showcase of both Mr. Ellis’s considerable artistic talent and his community commitment.
“Really, the book is to honor my mother and my grandmother for what they’d done for us, the sacrifices they made that I only understood as an adult. Maybe I was also hearkening back to a time long-past.” – Kevin Parham
The all-star tournament is a display of young baseball talent
Former MVRHS athlete make a hit as pro
“When I’m speaking about the book, I’m going to try to explain the mystery and drama around the event.”
Richard North Patterson gathers his taut Island trilogy
Ted Morgan Hands Off July Fourth Parade (postponed to July 5) to Joe Sollitto
Alan Dershowitz has written his 32nd book to put his legal work “… into the broader context of how the law has changed over the past half-century and how my private life prepared me to play a role in these changes.” For brevity’s sake, we will not introduce Mr. Dershowitz here. If you don’t know […]