09.01.07

This matriarch of Vineyard-Asian eats has made her fare a staple of the Farmer’s Markets at the Grange Hall. Her success wouldn’t have been possible if not for her role at the heart of two families – one from Vietnam, one from the United States.

By Ali Berlow

09.01.07

A swordfish harpoon is generally a 12-foot aluminum pole with a 3/8-inch diameter metal shank on the end to which a detachable barbed dart or “Lily Iron” is attached.

By Geoff Currier

09.01.07

An activist and writer with a million-dollar view.

By Brooks Robards

09.01.07

No longer a commercial thoroughfare, the Dr. Fisher Road still spans the Island’s midsection – despite being overgrown in places and downright difficult to find.

By Tod Dimmick

09.01.07

Kate Feiffer tries to wash a man right out of her hair.

By Kate Feiffer

09.01.07

Plentiful in Vineyard waters and versatile in the kitchen, bluefish certainly is a catch.

By Catherine Walthers

09.01.07

If you’re lucky, you’ll end up on Squid Row.

By Thomas L. Turman

09.01.07

From the bike path on Beach Road to the rolling hills up-Island, cycling is a great way to get out of the car, experience the landscape, and bond with family and friends.

By Jim Miller

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When Cooking Blues, Fresh is Best

Plentiful in Vineyard waters and versatile in the kitchen, bluefish certainly is a catch.

Vineyard Trivia

1. Which of these Vineyard women was a poet who seemed to prefer the company of chickens to people?

    a. Rebecca West
    b. Lucy Vincent
    c. Lydia Norton
    d. Nancy Luce

2. Who was Thomas Mayhew Jr.?
    a. a Chilmark sheep farmer
    b. a famous sea captain
    c. a missionary
    d. the founder of Mad Martha’s

3. Which two boats ran aground in Vineyard Sound?

Thi Khen Tran

This matriarch of Vineyard-Asian eats has made her fare a staple of the Farmer’s Markets at the Grange Hall. Her success wouldn’t have been possible if not for her role at the heart of two families – one from Vietnam, one from the United States.

Imagining a Whole New Shape of the Vineyard

While it’s important that we engage in a serious discussion about the future of the Island – as we did in the August edition of the magazine – it’s also nice occasionally to look on the lighter side.

Talkin' About a Revolution

Just thirty years ago, the Vineyard and neighboring islands voted to secede from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Biking the Vineyard

From the bike path on Beach Road to the rolling hills up-Island, cycling is a great way to get out of the car, experience the landscape, and bond with family and friends.

Harpooning a Swordfish

A swordfish harpoon is generally a 12-foot aluminum pole with a 3/8-inch diameter metal shank on the end to which a detachable barbed dart or “Lily Iron” is attached.

Neighborly Dysfunction

Kate Feiffer tries to wash a man right out of her hair.

How I Got Here: Barbara Bick

An activist and writer with a million-dollar view.

Finding Tranquility at Mytoi

After Hurricane Bob, a little Japanese-style garden on Chappy became the Mytoi of today.

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