06.21.12

The Vineyard brings out people’s passions

By Nicki Miller

06.19.12

Mike Barnes and Anne Evasick learn to adapt.

By Geoff Currier

06.19.12

1. Get your snorkel on.

By Simone McCarthy

06.18.12

The mostly volunteer Pit Stop Workshop Company has turned a former car repair shop into a lively musical and artistic co-op.

By Simone McCarthy

06.15.12

Vineyard Youth Tennis turns ten this month and counts among its alumni thousands of children – Vineyarders and summer kids – who’ve been well served by the innovative community program.

By Karla Araujo

05.02.12

He started the Seafood Shanty; he owned the Harbor View Hotel. He helped shape a town as well as an island. Now in his late eighties, he lives in a penthouse looking out over the Edgartown Light – far from his poor roots.

By Elaine Pace

05.02.12

My first memories of Edgartown swirl around the Chappaquiddick ferry. I remember seeing the original On Time from the arms of my father – he was wearing an Irish sweater – as we stood by the town-side ramp on what must have been a cloudy and cold early afternoon in June, not long after my mom, dad, and I arrived for the summer of 1965.

By Tom Dunlop

05.02.12

Frances Tenenbaum’s 2006 book, Gardening at the Shore, holds a place of honor on many an Island bookshelf.

By Phyllis Meras

05.02.12

When Joe Costa of Vineyard Haven was seven years old, he saw an airplane flying overhead and something went off inside of him – he was hooked.

By Geoff Currier

05.02.12

How prescribed burns can increase public safety, improve habitat, and help restore the landscape.

By Matt Pelikan

05.01.12

Both Vineyarders and visitors are at the heart of springtime on the Island.

By Nicki Miller

05.01.12

Goodbye to homework, tests, and school...

By D.A.W.

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