06.18.15

Last fall a Vineyard owl who’d taken me under his wing suggested I join the migration just underway. “Learn what birds are up against these days. Might be an eye-opener.”

Wes Craven

05.01.15

On the off chance that you ignored the cover of this month’s issue and flipped feverishly to this page in order to see what pearls of insight might await you at the editor’s letter, I would like to remind you that this year is Martha’s Vineyard Magazine’s thirtieth year of publication. And that while we will be marking the anniversary in various ways over the course of the year, in this issue we devoted most of the feature well to looking back fondly.

Paul Schneider

05.01.15

The last three decades have ushered in consistent innovation in Martha’s Vineyard transportation.

Charlie Nadler

03.01.15

This issue marks the beginning of the thirtieth year of publication of Martha’s Vineyard Magazine, which first went on the stands in the summer of 1985. Thirty years is a long time when looked at forward. If I’m still editing this magazine in 2045, I’ll not just be lucky to have a great job, I’ll be lucky to be breathing.  

Paul Schneider

03.01.15

Put higher prices than you oughtOn things you wish you’d never bought,And early birds before the saleStill fight to own them, tooth and nail.

D.A.W.

03.01.15

The iconic Bob Marley said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” If Bob had lived on the Vineyard, however, he might have added, “As long as the music doesn’t rely on a seasonal economy, in which case you might feel some pain.”

Charlie Nadler

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