“Eclectic” is one of the most overused words when describing the inventory of a store. However, in the case of new Vineyard Haven shop Vardo, it’s entirely appropriate. In fact, the stock of the small shop could practically be said to define “eclectic.” Among the items to be found on the shelves and walls of […]
Wooden bowls benefit from a collaboration between artist and Mother Nature
Whichever your polish of choice, there’s a wide array of options available right here on the Vineyard. Just about any shade goes great with sandy toes.
I grew up working with my father. It was great. Working with my son is awesome. I’m glad he’s here. You feel like you’re teaching somebody. He definitely has more patience than I do. When it’s your own child you’re proud that he takes an interest in your job.
Custom home goods and elegance define the newest addition to the Vineyard Haven business landscape.
This Sunday afternoon, May 25, the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society (MVCMS) kicks off its 44th season with a couple of distinguished visiting artists presenting a mixed bag of classical and more contemporary compositions. The annual spring concert will provide a prelude to the organization’s upcoming season and is an opportunity to get a taste […]
Check out the small boutique Studioshop in the Arts District of Oak Bluffs and you’ll find an eclectic mix of designer clothing, jewelry, leather goods, and home furnishings, all incorporating a touch of the exotic. The newest line from the mother/daughter design team behind the label Kenworthy features looks influenced by a couple of very […]
Edgartown will dress in festive spring colors this coming weekend as the third annual Pink and Green Weekend introduces loads of events, parties, special sales, contests, and open houses over three days. The festival is sponsored by the Edgartown Board of Trade. “It’s a really fun event,” said Sydney Mullen, Pink and Green Weekend chairperson. […]
Stretching the boundaries of art, Featherstone’s latest show features commercial design. “It’s an overlooked form of art,” said graphic designer Karen Huff. “But if you think about it, it’s everywhere you look.” Everywhere indeed. From store signage, to packaging and shopping bags, to book and album covers, the work of graphic designers is so ubiquitous […]
Island Grown Schools (IGS) will host leaders in the field of seed conservation, and interested community members, for a potluck and “Seed School” starting Sunday. With interest in local food production increasing every year along with accelerated concerns about genetically modified foods and threats to our food supply due to droughts and other adverse conditions, […]