Harvest of the Month: Seafood

As a child, I spent a lot of time with my dad on his oyster farm in Edgartown. I didn’t enjoy oysters as much...

Down Island Restaurant is a six-course salute to local ingredients

Whenever a new restaurant opens on the Island, you know some thought and research went into the entire experience. In the case of the...

Good Taste: Holy cannoli: Jimmy Seas is an unexpected surprise

“Leave the gun, take the cannoli” is a statement I can stand behind. But the lack of cannoli on-Island left me craving more whenever...

Five essential vinaigrettes for the summer

Summer-fresh vegetables — the tender and tasty leafy greens we see now, and the garden cucumbers, tomatoes, and produce to come — are available...

Roll into summer with Grace Church lobster rolls

Lobster rolls are back at Grace Episcopal Church in Vineyard Haven, starting this Friday, May 20, and every Friday through September. From 4 to...

#mvwinefest was a bubbly social event

The MV Wine Fest celebrated its fourth annual festival across the Island this past weekend, bringing together guests and vendors from Martha’s Vineyard and...

Local Ingredient: Morning Glory Farm spearheads the asparagus harvest

  Morning Glory Farm picked its first asparagus spears this week, signaling a start to the local growing season and a rush to enjoy this...

Nat’s Nook is a book lover’s dream

Tucked into a literal “nook” on Main Street in Vineyard Haven (across the street from Bunch of Grapes Bookstore), Nat’s Nook has been serving...

Black Sheep: The local’s luncheonette

If you live and work in Edgartown, you’re probably a regular at Black Sheep Luncheonette. (The Luncheonette is the food-truck-style menu served during the...

Potluck and storytelling session asks: Are you an Ag-tivist?

Students at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School invite the public to the first ever Ag-tivist Potluck Feast this Saturday, May 14, from 5...