It was a long, lonely winter followed by an endless Groundhog Day of a spring. But now, just maybe, could it be summer?

Amelia Simmons

Our friend Phyllis Meras turned ninety recently and used the occasion to write to me inquiring about the current status of her most recent piece for Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.

Paul Schneider

It is well known that long before any Europeans crossed the Atlantic Ocean and began, shall we say, investing in coastal real estate, certain medieval Christian monks debated at length the possibility of the existence of the place we now know of as Martha’s Vineyard.

Paul Schneider

We would not plant seeds if we did not expect them to grow. And yet, somehow, every garden is miraculous.

Fae Kontje-Gibbs

Inequity in housing is very real and on the rise on-Island. We owe it to ourselves as persons of all stripes and privileges who care about the Vineyard to pay attention to the trends and act to help create the kind of community we want to live in.

Paul Schneider