What’s New Around Here?

After nearly three hundred years of tinkering, the Pesches’ place in Chilmark is just about perfect. For now at least.

Feeding Frenzy?

Low rates, low inventory, and the fear of Covid has churned up the Island’s housing market.

Piece of Work: Judith Drew Schubert

“Although I’m a landscape painter now, I still love patterns. And this moth I found – the Io moth – just spoke to me.”

And This is the House That Jackie Built

When Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis hired architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen to design her Vineyard refuge, he was already a well-known mid-century modernist. But Red Gate Farm wasn’t his first Vineyard project. Or his last.

One Last Thing: Spring Cleaning on the Vineyard

Colorful Quinoa and Fruit Salad with Tomatoes and White Beans

We’ve managed to pack a whole lot of good-for-you, colorful ingredients into this one tasty salad.

Grow the Rainbow

It’s time to level up your garden (and diet) with superfoods.

A Gift Outright

We would not plant seeds if we did not expect them to grow. And yet, somehow, every garden is miraculous.

From the Editor

Inequity in housing is very real and on the rise on-Island. We owe it to ourselves as persons of all stripes and privileges who care about the Vineyard to pay attention to the trends and act to help create the kind of community we want to live in.

Short and...Sweet!

On the narrow neck of land between Crystal Lake and Vineyard Haven Harbor sits a little cottage with a long story.