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Lunch date: Mikado for two, please

Hungry for some new lunch options, my husband and I stopped into Mikado in Vineyard Haven on a recent rainy afternoon. The host sat...

Warrior women

A group of Vineyard equestrians tapped into their inner warriors last Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19 and 20, trying their hand at the ancient sport...

M.V. Horse Council dressage event provided riding insights

updated July 27 at 10 amThe Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council (MVHC) held a dressage event, “Ride, Critique, Ride,” on Saturday at the Ag Hall...

Martha’s Vineyard equestrians display their skills at open house

The Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council held an open house Saturday at Woodbe Farm in West Tisbury. Now in its third year, the event is...

Travel Q: Paris? Prague?

Paris? Prague?

Sleeping with the fishes: Home aquariums and beyond

They're great moral-boosters, wonderful enhancers to any location, and great conversation pieces, says Rob Shain of Seascapes Aquariums.

Martha’s Vineyard pet store gives fish-raising advice

Originally from Cambodia, the Betta splendens – sometimes known as Siamese Fighting Fish – can now be purchased here on the Vineyard for about $5.

Working dogs

When dog owners work a normal 40-hour work week, a dog's life can be pretty boring.

Grace races at Plymouth

A crew of Vineyard rowers trailored the 32-ft Cornish Pilot gig "Grace" off-Island on the 6 am ferry Sunday to compete in the East Coast Open Water Rowing Championships, an approximately 3.

Four-legged hunters pace the State Forest

The Martha's Vineyard Horse Council (MVHC), a grassroots organization of Island equestrians, has a credo: If you want it, build it.

Pickled on Martha’s Vineyard FARM

The humble pickle doesn't always get the respect it deserves.

World Cup watching in Oak Bluffs

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Rigging out to canoe

Vineyard paddling enthusiasts should be on the lookout for a new opportunity coming to Island waters this summer: outrigger canoeing.