05.01.13

Unlike fried calamari, cutlets are crispy without deep-frying.

By Catherine Walthers

05.01.13

One of Edgartown’s newest hot spots shares a recipe for fried calamari, thanks to chef Jeremy Davis.

By Jeremy Davis

05.01.13

For this year’s competition, we received 165 entries from across the United States and as far away as the island of Guernsey in the English Channel. Thanks to everyone who shared such amazing photographs taken on Martha’s Vineyard.

05.01.13

Easy to catch and tasty too, these eerie, luminescent creatures signal the start of a new fishing season.

By Catherine Walthers

05.01.13

Arnie Reisman and Paula Lyons, the husband-and-wife duo known for their appearances on the weekly National Public Radio quick-wit game show Says You, talk about their shift from seasonal residents in Menemsha to year-rounders in Vineyard Haven.

05.01.13

Rule number one: Never leave bait in your tackle box over the winter.

By Geoff Currier

05.01.13

Last year I went to war with a red-winged blackbird along Edgartown Bay Road at Katama.

By Tom Dunlop

05.01.13

Coastal Inspirations: Drawing Beauty and Meaning from the Sea; The Caretaker; and Hitchhiking with Larry David.

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Says Him, Says Her

Arnie Reisman and Paula Lyons, the husband-and-wife duo known for their appearances on the weekly National Public Radio quick-wit game show Says You, talk about their shift from seasonal residents in Menemsha to year-rounders in Vineyard Haven.

How it Works: Gearing Up to Go Fishing

Rule number one: Never leave bait in your tackle box over the winter.

Kamikaze Blackbird

Last year I went to war with a red-winged blackbird along Edgartown Bay Road at Katama.

Books

Coastal Inspirations: Drawing Beauty and Meaning from the Sea; The Caretaker; and Hitchhiking with Larry David.

A New Model for Medicine

“Old-fashioned medical care in the modern world” is how Dr. Gail O’Brien describes her primary care practice at Alliance Internal Medicine in Edgartown.

Aquinnah’s Huberts

Dedicated advocates of racial equality and education.

Springing Out

The vibrant green of the vernal season – including new sassafras leaves and unfurling fiddlehead ferns – is a welcome sign of renewed activity in the natural world.

Family Trees

In 1962, this tiny tree was an easy jump for Sarah Mayhew. Now what started as a live Christmas tree is a huge blue spruce in West Tisbury.

The Sound of Silence

With the familiar bump of the ferry settling into the dock, I gathered my bags and started down the ramp. The cool night air hit my cheeks and nose all at once, and I breathed in the saltiness.

Meet Six of 365

High schooler and photographer Eli Dagostino has set a portrait-a-day goal for himself. His 365 Project turns the lens on a variety of Vineyarders, including these six subjects, presented here in pictures and words.

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