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The part-time Islander is on the brink of pop culture chaos as the literary agent who represents Suzanne Collins, author of "The Hunger Games" trilogy.
Martha's Vineyard real estate agents answer the question: Have changes occurred locally or nationally that might affect the 2012 real estate market?
David and Ann LeBreton will leave behind what is actually a 30-year legacy.
Vineyard agents answer the question: Have any changes occurred locally or nationally that might affect the 2012 real estate market on the Island?
Martha's Vineyard professionals offer insight into the 2012 real estate market.
Island real estate brokers predict what will happen in 2012.
Vineyard real estate agents tell us what they think about 2011.
Island agencies tell us what they think about the real estate market in 2011.
We posed that question (along with a number of others) to a group of Vineyard brokers and you'll find the information you need to keep up with our very unique real estate market right here in the weeks ahead.
India Rose, a Vineyard native, opened the doors this past summer at M.V. Wedding Studio, a free, one-stop shopping resource for all things festive.
Ms. Sierputoski spends long days picking up fresh produce from Island farms and delivering it to schools and customers all over the Island.
Artist Dan VanLandingham captures a unique view of the Island's landscape in both his traditional paintings and in his conceptual mixed media work.
From rolling farmland and ancient stone walls to dramatic beaches and colorful cliffs, the Vineyard's extraordinary variety of terrain offers inspiration to its resident landscape painters.
She thinks in words, he in pictures. And yet they finish one another's thoughts and nod in agreement when they speak.
We straggle in to Nancy Aronie's quirky Chilmark yard on a warm, slightly sticky Monday morning in mid-July.
Deserving actress, an Island icon, gets her just dessert "” a theater stage named for her.
Although many of Heather Neill's works appear to depict a photorealistic sense of her subject matter, closer examination yields surprises.
We asked two Island gallery owners, Michael Hunter of PIKNIK and Elizabeth Eisenhauer of Eisenhauer Gallery, what trends we should be tuned into.
Real estate is one of the driving forces of the Martha's Vineyard economy.
When an acclaimed children's book author and her Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist father collaborate on a third children's book, it's bound to be a joy ride.