Wind’s Up! is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary.

By Jim Miller


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


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


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


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


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

By Matt Pelikan


As the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks head into year two, we look back at the collegiate baseball league’s premier season last summer.

By Jim Kaplan


It’s not often that you hear the words sensual and bulldozer in the same breath.

By Geoff Currier


With thrillers, spillers, and fillers.

By Dee Dice


If you are not loyal to your locale, perhaps your vocation or hobby brings you together with like-minded folks.

By Suzan Bellincampi


Even though we’re in the Northeast, the Vineyard may be better suited to biking in the winter than many places on the mainland.

By Geoff Currier


With their austere off-season beauty, the Island’s wild places are a natural draw. This time of year many conservation groups offer education about the terrain, flora, and fauna – as well as entry to some private lands.

By Shelley Christiansen