06.03.15

Thirty years in the life of an Island painting.

Tom Dunlop

05.01.15

“You know, in order for us to maintain our peace and our haven and what we consider to be our paradise, we impose almost impossible burdens on the local people who live here year round..."

05.01.15

Unmistakeably ’80s, inarguably Edgartown, and straight from an advertisement that ran in the pages of our inaugural issue in the summer of 1985.

03.01.15

“The dress code. Well, we all like the dress code. You can wear whatever you want, unlike people in South Hampton. Except for some places in Edgartown, we don’t have to wear green pants..."

03.01.15

Was it a spring cleaning ritual? Laundry day? An apron sewing bee?

12.01.14

The year was 1972 and the streets were covered in snow.

11.11.14

As an African American painter and a woman coming of age in the 1920s and 1930s, the odds of making it in the art world were nearly nonexistent. But Loïs Mailou Jones proved them wrong, starting with her very first show on Martha's Vineyard.

Karla Araujo

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