08.01.10

For our twenty-fifth anniversary edition in May–June 2010, we revisited profiles from past issues of the magazine. This month we feature three more familiar faces on the Vineyard.

By Karla Araujo & Linda Black

08.01.10

Hey! Hey! Hey! If you’re like me – a dog on Martha’s Vineyard – I bet you have all sorts of great fish tales.

By Nicole Galland

08.01.10

I caught a glimpse of her when I turned onto the narrow lane of cottages facing the open sea. Something about the sunlight reflecting off her hair clip or the silver bracelets she wore on both wrists caught my eye.

By Lisa Argrette Ahmad

07.27.10

What a professional landscaper can do in her own backyard – and in her kitchen: West Tisbury’s Susan Feller shares her vegetable garden know-how and some recipes using cucumbers, sorrel, mint, and more.

By Liz Bomze

08.01.10

I am no birder. That doesn’t mean I don’t like birds. I’ve just never gone out specifically looking for them, so my knowledge is fairly limited.

By Nicki Miller

08.01.10

Dorothy Chaffee’s Edgartown house and garden are a celebration of a life well lived with her late husband, Henry. The homes they shared together are depicted in a hand-painted dining room mural, and she continues his gardening legacy in a charming backyard landscape.

By Brittany Lyte

08.01.10

This competition brought in 170 entries from across the country. Here are the top three winners and seven honorable mentions.

08.01.10

Text messages relayed possible sightings, and much of Martha’s Vineyard was atwitter. When POTUS was on the Island last August, many tried to catch a glimpse of him, including this intrepid Vineyard Gazette reporter.

By Sam Bungey

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Final Chapter: The Islander and Other Bygone Ferries

The beloved Islander, gone now from Vineyard waters for three-and-a-half years, got this writer thinking about the fate of Island ferries from decades past.

In Search of Obama

Text messages relayed possible sightings, and much of Martha’s Vineyard was atwitter. When POTUS was on the Island last August, many tried to catch a glimpse of him, including this intrepid Vineyard Gazette reporter.

One Last Thing: Seventeen and Spectacular

I caught a glimpse of her when I turned onto the narrow lane of cottages facing the open sea. Something about the sunlight reflecting off her hair clip or the silver bracelets she wore on both wrists caught my eye.

Chain Saw Cutting at the Ag Fair

Walter Ashley is lean and straight as a cedar as he sits in an office wallpapered with ribbons from the Woodsmen’s Contest at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society’s Livestock Show and Fair.

An Inspired Tribute

Dorothy Chaffee’s Edgartown house and garden are a celebration of a life well lived with her late husband, Henry. The homes they shared together are depicted in a hand-painted dining room mural, and she continues his gardening legacy in a charming backyard landscape.

Living on Boats

A family, a couple, and a solo sailor make their homes on boats in Vineyard Haven harbor.

More Vineyarders

For our twenty-fifth anniversary edition in May–June 2010, we revisited profiles from past issues of the magazine. This month we feature three more familiar faces on the Vineyard.

From the Editor

I am no birder. That doesn’t mean I don’t like birds. I’ve just never gone out specifically looking for them, so my knowledge is fairly limited.

Birding by the Shore

The Island is a welcome outpost for a multitude of migrating shorebirds, including six species that stay awhile to nest during the breeding season.

Highlights from a Dog’s Blog

Hey! Hey! Hey! If you’re like me – a dog on Martha’s Vineyard – I bet you have all sorts of great fish tales.

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