08.01.15

You start out diving for coins on Martha’s Vineyard and the next thing you know you are a Hollywood stunt dynasty.

Ivy Ashe

06.18.15

One thing is clear when you meet 42-year-old Dean Bragonier at State Beach beside Big Bridge: he’s up for a challenge.

Alison L. Mead

06.18.15

A new book celebrates the life and work of Island writer Peggy Freydberg, who died this spring at the age of one hundred and seven.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

05.01.15

For thirty years, and more, we’ve been horrified, appalled, and up in arms. A look back.

Geoff Currier

Adam Rebello thirty years paradise
05.01.15

Martha’s Vineyard Magazine was born in the summer of 1985, when everyone worried the Vineyard was being overrun with houses and the Island was turning into Cape Cod. Now everyone is worried that housing is becoming unaffordable and that the Island is turning into Nantucket. Can everyone always be right?

John H. Kennedy

03.01.15

His auto empire is far larger than the one he inherited from his late father. But Ernie Boch Jr.'s place in Edgartown? You might be surprised.

Vanessa Czarnecki

03.01.15

Thomas Craven was the leading art historian of his day, and his Vineyard friend Thomas Hart Benton was his favorite artist.

Elizabeth Hawes

11.11.14

It’s no surprise, perhaps, that among the ranks of Woods Hole scientists are a handful of people who have a foot on both sides of the ferry route.

Sara Brown

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