While tending stock on the stove, Jan Buhrman is also chopping carrots, kale, and squash for two different soups.

Ali Berlow

In the hills of West Tisbury, a couple with many talents works on a traditional Vineyard house built with the help of found materials and skilled friends.

Margaret Knight

On its twenty-fifth anniversary, the Island’s first Robert A.M. Stern house retains all the freshness of its architectural (and nautical) vision.

Brooks Robards

Artistry, whimsy, and ingenuity bring an Oak Bluffs home back to life.

Shelley Christiansen

"Look for a wolf tree and build it so it’ll move with the wind.”

Ali Berlow

When the Oak Bluffs fireworks end with the bursting of a pair of glittering, pyrotechnic palm trees this month, the Martha’s Vineyard Swing Band will begin to play on the porch of 93 Ocean Avenue. And John and Sharon Kelly will celebrate 29 years of summer living on the perimeter of Ocean Park.

Brooks Robards

The Franklins, who run Vineyard Photo, keep a project in motion at home.

Margaret Knight

When a house acquires a name on the Island, it’s a sign that a stranger has arrived, worked hard, sacrificed, and achieved something memorable.

Ali Berlow

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