Why are there so many cash only businesses on Martha’s Vineyard?
The Possible Dreams Auction to benefit Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) has changed a lot in recent years. The date, the venue, the auctioneer, even the name of the event — now the Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction, in honor of the longtime auctioneer who died in 2007 — have been reworked. That’s not to […]
Where to get smoothies on Martha’s Vineyard, without getting hurt.
Where to find the best beach-ready sandwiches on Martha’s Vineyard.
Chris Roberts-Antieau calls me from a cemetery, somewhere in her home state of Michigan. A storm knocked out her power and cell reception the previous evening, but she is still jovial. She laughs. She has found a way to communicate with me, even though it meant traveling through a rather dismal place. Ms. Roberts-Antieau is […]
The move to Saturday night necessitated by a brush with Hurricane Arthur did little to dim the crowds or their enthusiasm. The arrival of clear, dry air provided perfect conditions. Each burst in the dark night sky brought a chorus of “ooohs” from the crowd. And when it was all done, there was applause.
This Fourth of July, fire up the grill or take out some smokin’ southern style BBQ.
According to the legend of Bad Martha Beer, when Bartholomew Gosnold first arrived on the Vineyard in 1602, he had a very thirsty crew. Gosnold set out looking for ingredients to brew his mates some beer. Finding none, he drifted to sleep on the beach. He awoke in the night to a rather sexy mermaid, […]
The new coffee shop and creperie in Vineyard Haven will make you want to stick around a while.
Kitchen gardens bring farm to table to a new level on Martha’s Vineyard.