Artist Jenifer Strachan takes the old and makes it new, takes the broken and makes it fit.

Elizabeth Hawes

“Painting, and color, and light bounced into my studio about twenty years ago…It was a giant leap from my mostly black and white world of drawing and printmaking and I never looked back.”

Acclaimed photographer Barbara Norfleet’s career has taken her from the halls of Harvard, to the walls of the Museum of Modern Art, to the wild, lonely terrain of New England wetlands and swamps.

Mary Breslauer

Eighty years ago Nazi storm troopers destroyed hundreds of synagogues in an orgy of intolerance known as the Night of Broken Glass. This year Barney Zeitz will complete the replacements for one congregation’s house of worship.

Louisa Hufstader

Lizzy Hynes had always dreamed of owning her own shop. Now she owns two with her husband Tom Juster.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

“For me, using atmosphere and light conveys a sense of place and the feeling of a place, and it’s always an important aspect of what I’m painting.”

A show this summer celebrates a surprising collection of artists from Harthaven.

Sam Low

More than 450 people attended the Best of the Vineyard awards on June 7, held at Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs. 

The contest, now in its twenty-second year, celebrates the best the Island has to offer, as chosen by its readers. More than 69,000 votes were cast in eighty-seven categories, from Best Beach to Best Lobster Roll and Best Veterinarian.