An old-fashioned farmer at the heart of Island agriculture.

Phyllis Meras

There are plenty of people living on-Island and off who regularly travel across Vineyard Sound for their work. They each have their own reasons – personal and professional – for making the lengthy commute.

Donna Scaglione

For our twenty-fifth anniversary edition in May–June 2010, we revisited profiles from past issues of the magazine. This month we feature three more familiar faces on the Vineyard.

Karla Araujo & Linda Black

Text messages relayed possible sightings, and much of Martha’s Vineyard was atwitter. When POTUS was on the Island last August, many tried to catch a glimpse of him, including this intrepid Vineyard Gazette reporter.

Sam Bungey

Musician, mover, and shaker.

Elaine Pace

The clashing of these Vineyard titans started more than three centuries ago. We look into the source of the ill will – and whether any remains today.

Nicole Galland

In celebration of our twenty-fifth anniversary, we continue to revisit profiles and stories from past issues of the magazine. Here are three more icons of the Vineyard.

Karla Araujo, Nicki Miller, & Nancy Tutko

Some things have changed and some have stayed the same since 1987, when the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) became federally recognized.

June Manning

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