08.01.12

The first time I remember collecting beach glass was around eight years ago. I had met a girl about twelve years old, and she would look for it every day and had amassed an amazing collection. I didn’t begin stockpiling the stuff. Rather, I kept my eye out for particularly good pieces and displayed them at home in a small bottle or bowl.

By Nicki Miller

08.01.12

While it’s well known that stars of stage and screen visit the Island, fewer people are aware that Martha’s Vineyard took its own star turn on Broadway this past winter.

By Kate Feiffer

07.26.12

This month is the culmination of the Island’s delightful summer mayhem.

By Simone McCarthy

07.26.12

When I was a kid there were four major sports: baseball, basketball, hockey, and football. Paddle boarding was something your father did to you when he took you out behind the woodshed. And yes, I’m 106 years old.

By Geoff Currier

07.26.12

When the Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival (MVAAFF) opened its doors in August 2002, an audience of ten rattled around in the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School auditorium in Oak Bluffs.

By Brooks Robards

07.25.12

The fun mash-up of styles at the Built on Stilts dance festival in Oak Bluffs has a universal feel-good appeal.

By Nicole Galland

07.25.12

At ninety-one, artist Ray Ellis paints daily in his Edgartown studio and reflects on his career. It hasn’t always been easy, but one notable collaboration in 1981 changed his life as an artist.

By C.K. Wolfson

07.01.12

Nudists are all around us, except that much of the time they dress like everybody else.

By Peter Dreyer

06.22.12

Time has never stood still for Rubin Cronig.

By Nicole Grace Mercier

06.22.12

Nudists are all around us, except that much of the time they dress like everybody else.

By Peter Dreyer

06.22.12

“I drove down [to Martha’s Vineyard] with a friend and $7,000, which seemed like a fortune at the time.”

By Jim Miller

06.21.12

The Vineyard brings out people’s passions

By Nicki Miller

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