07.01.10

When I retired from teaching school in 1986 at the age of sixty, I thought I would be content to sit in my rocking chair on my porch, reading a good book every day.

By Shirley Mayhew

07.01.10

Musician, mover, and shaker.

By Elaine Pace

07.01.10

The clashing of these Vineyard titans started more than three centuries ago. We look into the source of the ill will – and whether any remains today.

By Nicole Galland

07.01.10

Whenever we have visitors, we go quahaugging. It’s become a family tradition. My husband and I are happy to take guests to the beach, for a bike ride, and to our favorite breakfast spots.

By Nicki Miller

07.01.10

Here’s the inside story on enjoying shellfish from Vineyard waters: everything from where to find them yourself – either in the water or at a fish market – to how to whip up some delectable dishes that are sure to please the seafood lovers in your life.

By Catherine Walthers

07.01.10

While votes were courtesy of our readers, the reporting is by Harriet Bernstein, Susan Catling, Linley Dolby, Sarah Gifford, Jim Miller, Nicki Miller, Elaine Pace, Julia Rappaport, Nancy Tutko, and Joyce Wagner.

07.01.10

Personalized license plates proclaim our affection for Martha’s Vineyard, on roadways near and far.

By Kate Feiffer

07.01.10

This famous New Orleans sandwich specialty translates perfectly to our Island locale, plentiful with oysters.

By Catherine Walthers

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Driving with the Motorcade

As Vineyarders, we play it cool with celebrities. Over the years, this well-publicized nonchalance has emerged as our calling card. Live and let live is our collective motto, a motto that we sometimes even adhere to.

DAW: July Newcomers

With license plates from other states...

How It Works: Driving a Tour Bus

Tour bus no. 43, decorated with brightly painted whales, rumbles past Ocean Park. Leslie Malcouronne of Oak Bluffs is at the wheel giving her spiel.

Our Humblest Treasure

Central to the Vineyard’s past and present, shellfish may matter even more in our future.

All About Shellfish

Here’s the inside story on enjoying shellfish from Vineyard waters: everything from where to find them yourself – either in the water or at a fish market – to how to whip up some delectable dishes that are sure to please the seafood lovers in your life.

Dee Stevens

Musician, mover, and shaker.

From the Editor

Whenever we have visitors, we go quahaugging. It’s become a family tradition. My husband and I are happy to take guests to the beach, for a bike ride, and to our favorite breakfast spots.

The Outdoor Shower: A Private Oasis

Four designers discuss the best materials for creating that wonderful complement to Vineyard living – along with ideas for building your own.

A Creative Retirement

When I retired from teaching school in 1986 at the age of sixty, I thought I would be content to sit in my rocking chair on my porch, reading a good book every day.

More Vineyarders

In celebration of our twenty-fifth anniversary, we continue to revisit profiles and stories from past issues of the magazine. Here are three more icons of the Vineyard.

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