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
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.
Thomas Craven was the leading art historian of his day, and his Vineyard friend Thomas Hart Benton was his favorite artist.
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.
Author Ted Hoagland – possibly the best writer you’ve never heard of, and certainly the most lauded man of letters living in Edgartown - never aspired to retire on the Island. But then again, he hasn't really retired.
Alexandra Bullen Coutts
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.
Island-born Ty Sinnett was one of five up-and-coming Boston fashion designers featured in the opening show of the 2014 Boston Fashion Week this fall.