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Winter feasting together

A week of food and fellowship.

Slow cooking your way through winter

Learning new approaches for the old Crock-Pot

The Fast Supper: The Hewsons’ magic with leftovers

Leslie Hewson gives dinner ingredients a second chance.

The new and the old – Island chefs spill the New Year’s beans

Best dishes of 2014, and what’s up for 2015.

The Fast Supper: Cooking with the Levandowskis

April Levandowski feeds her family this easy, seasonal recipe when she’s short on time.

A cookie-painting party

Because why wouldn’t you want to paint your Christmas cookies?!

The Fast Supper: It’s six o’clock. Do you know where your dinner is?

Amy Williams’s chili gets its kick from bourbon.

Made on MVY: Shop local

Gifts made only on Martha’s Vineyard.

Off-season down-time: Ritz with salsa

Sweat and grace mix well on a fall evening on Circuit Ave.

Plan Ahead: Seastreak your way all over the place

Foxwoods is a good bet to start with.

A tour through the best of Food and Wine

Last weekend’s Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival offered so much to eat and drink, and so little time.

Women to Women

Two Island women aid detainees in New Mexico

The Chef’s Story: Jeremy Davis of The Port Hunter

This chef enjoys pulled pork, music, his Japanese Shun knife, and rainy days in other Island restaurants.

Fast and fresh off the farm

Go-to seasonal recipes from Island chefs

Vocal Fitness: Keeping the Youthful Voice

Aging can really take the wind out of your pipes. Here are some tips on how to keep your voice sounding young and vibrant.

The Chef’s Story: Daniel Sauer of 7a Foods

How a chef turned an off-season delivery service into one of the most popular lunch spots on the Vineyard.

Women of the Year: moving and shaking the Island foward

Brunch honors empowering women.

The Making of “Making It”

A Movement Workshop for Island Schools

Kids and parents collaborate to stage “Spring Awakening”

More importantly, parents and teens were communicating. Given the controversial and troubling nature of the subject matter, parents of the participating teens were called to alert them of the shocking scenes that are inherent in the play and many discussions were held during rehearsals.