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Poem: ‘Prayer’

PrayerBy Justen Ahren I saw a girl in the snow wearing one red glove.May she be happy. It is cold and gray. The old dog barks...

Steve Bernier isn’t retiring just yet

After 37 years, Steve Bernier sold Cronig’s Markets and Healthy Additions to longtime employee and Islander Andrea Donnelly, but he wonders why everyone keeps...

A whale of a fish tale

The recreational fishing season is in full swing off Vineyard waters. There are plenty of posts on Instagram of the Islanders hauling in beloved...

Paying the farm forward

One of the most anticipated summer events on the Island is the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society’s annual fair in August. On opening day, the...

For the birds

Susan Whiting of Chilmark has spent her life as a birder and naturalist. She says she is retired, but the Susan we know never...

Tucker Pforzheimer of M.V. Mycological

Martha’s Vineyard will move its incredible shiitake mushroom business to bigger pastures in Dutchess County, N.Y., this fall, where it can reach a broader...

Catering, family-style, with V. Jaime Hamlin and Sons

EV: After two brutal years of dealing with the pandemic, the food service industry was gutted, and weddings and parties on Martha's Vineyard and...

The Ag Society

EV: The Ag Fair is one of the most iconic and anticipated events on Martha's Vineyard, and this year marks the 160th fair. But...

Keith McNally

So what made you come to Martha’s Vineyard? I first arrived on the Vineyard in the summer of 1976. Gerald Ford was president, and the...

An Island Wedding

EV: You and your husband, Charlie Moffett, eloped on Martha's Vineyard three summers ago. What was your wedding/elopement night dinner? PL: The majority of our...

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