Ahh Martha’s Vineyard, where enduring values endure: small country roads lined with stone walls, the simple joy of time spent with family and friends, the siren call of “not in my backyard.”

Paul Schneider

Sore arms and a sore back are fine things to have after spending time moving a paddle through the water. I’ll take that feeling any evening or morning after a day on the water.

Paul Schneider

Red Gate Farm is for sale, edible mishap in Edgartown, bridge drama, and more.

Paul Karasik

There are two types of cyclists on the Island: us and them.

Barry Stringfellow

Every year in our July issue we have the chance to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of the Island. I’m talking, of course, about our annual Best of the Vineyard contest.

Paul Schneider

A new Vineyard Vines collection, shark scares, Mill House drama, and more.

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Flotsam & Jetsam: Recent News You Can Sort of Use

A new Vineyard Vines collection, shark scares, Mill House drama, and more.

One Last Thing

From the Editor

Every year in our July issue we have the chance to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of the Island. I’m talking, of course, about our annual Best of the Vineyard contest.

Uneasy Rider

There are two types of cyclists on the Island: us and them.

Flotsam & Jetsam: Recent News You Can Sort of Use

Steamship Authority happenings, tennis scandals, crazy bats, and more.

One Last Thing: New Vineyard Nonprofits

From the Editor

On the Vineyard we often have our own way of doing things.

DAW: Joys of Home Ownership

Around the house and yard one putters,
Dabbing paint and cleaning gutters.
“Will it never end?” one mutters
To one’s neighbors and abutters.

One Night at the Light

A short, strange trip to the Gay Head Light.

Flotsam & Jetsam: Recent News You Can Sort of Use

A fire in VH; Two similar ferry terminals; Hollywood producer problems; and a potential new hotel.

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