07.08.21

Artist Lucy Mitchell explores the infinite mystery of elemental shapes and found objects.

By Elizabeth Hawes Weinstock

06.30.21

Kahina Van Dyke’s career as a financial technology pioneer has taken her all over the world. But her heart, and her passion, has always been in Oak Bluffs.

By Alexandra Bullen Coutts

06.30.21

Commercial fishing has never been an easy way to make a living, and it’s not getting any easier. But a new community is trying to make sure it continues as an Island way of life.

By Will Sennott

06.30.21

Our friend Phyllis Meras turned ninety recently and used the occasion to write to me inquiring about the current status of her most recent piece for Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.

By Paul Schneider

04.30.21

Fans of the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks come to cheer for the college stars on the field. But it’s the team behind the team that has truly beaten all the odds.

By Noah Asimow

04.30.21

Artist Richard Lee, whose work is featured in a retrospective at the museum this month, imagined a world in which anything was possible, everything was beguiling, and endless inspiration could be found in the grotesque.

By Richard C. Skidmore

04.30.21

“I’m very passionate about painting wildlife and other parts of nature as a way that sort of brings people in and makes you aware of the nature and the wildlife on the Island.”

By Nicole Grace Mercier

04.30.21

For the graduating seniors of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s class of 2021, it was a year of many uncertainties – but that didn’t stop the students from making the most of it.

By Nicole Grace Mercier

04.28.21

Next time you eat scallops or feed your lawn, you might want to think about the emerald waves of eelgrass down below.

By Nelson Sigelman

04.28.21

It is well known that long before any Europeans crossed the Atlantic Ocean and began, shall we say, investing in coastal real estate, certain medieval Christian monks debated at length the possibility of the existence of the place we now know of as Martha’s Vineyard.

By Paul Schneider

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