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A generous hit of fresh ginger and ground cardamom – and a light hand with the honey – makes this cool, fruity lassi a nice change-up from a sweet, heavy smoothie.

By Susie Middleton

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The Misty Meadows Farm of today doesn’t look like what you might imagine when you hear the term “community horse center.”

By Kevin Mullaney

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Davis’ Vegetable Pain Killer; Devil’s Den; and Dunlop, G. Thomas IV.

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There’s just no limit to what you can do with yogurt, fruit or greens, and a blender.

By Susie Middleton

05.01.16

Step away from the kale. There’s a new nutrient-dense king in town.

05.01.16

The reigning queen (and her husband the king) of the off-road live in Chilmark.

By Bill Eville

05.01.16

Ask David Weagle, Mike Broderick, or Mary McConneloug where to mountain bike on the Vineyard and they will just shrug their shoulders and say everywhere.

By Bill Eville

05.01.16

If you can’t stand the traffic, get off the pavement. Because your backyard is way bigger than you think.

By Judy Morton Bramhall

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Beasts of the Vineyard Wild

Forget about the waves and the sand, the bluefish and the beach umbrellas. There is another Vineyard, an inner network that is largely hidden, usually shady, and rarely paved.

The Voyage of the Weagle

Meet the man who saved the biking world’s keister.

Roll, Baby, Roll

The reigning queen (and her husband the king) of the off-road live in Chilmark.

So You Wanna Ride like a Pro?

Ask David Weagle, Mike Broderick, or Mary McConneloug where to mountain bike on the Vineyard and they will just shrug their shoulders and say everywhere.

The State of the Trails

If you can’t stand the traffic, get off the pavement. Because your backyard is way bigger than you think.

Oceanography: The Beetles are Getting Back Together!

An ecological success story has been taking place largely out of sight – underfoot and under the sand on the south shore, where the northeastern beach tiger beetle has been making a comeback.

Piece of Work: Ruth Kirchmeier

At eighty, printmaker Ruth Kirchmeier emits sparks of energy as she talks about coming to the Island in 1988. It was, she says, “the beginning of a new life,” where she found her artistic calling – her intricate and distinctive woodcuts.

It is a painstakingly slow and exacting process that she describes joyfully. “You have to take away what you don’t want printed and leave what you want to be part of the image.” She carves four surfaces, one for the image, and the others to apply as many as 100 colors.

Martha's Vineyard in a Parallel Universe

Encyclopedia Vineyardia: D

Davis’ Vegetable Pain Killer; Devil’s Den; and Dunlop, G. Thomas IV.

The Look, 1890

Even for the late nineteenth century, William and Rebecca Manter’s style was lagging behind the times.

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