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Vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard: Fun and Affordable

Imagine waking up to a magnificent sunrise spreading its wings over the Atlantic Ocean, while the faint sounds of gulls traverse past your porch in stereo, and the aroma from a nearby bakery or coffee shop reminds you that you’re living that fantastic life that you’ve wanted to live for a long time. That is […]

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Edgartown Welcomes The Sydney & The Christopher, Boutique Hotels

The Vineyard has two new, beautiful Edgartown boutique hotels! Both located on Water Street in the heart of downtown Edgartown, The Sydney (known as The Fallon in years past), reopened for its second season on May 1st, and its sister property The Christopher (formerly the Victorian Inn) had its grand opening May 15th. Completely renovated […]

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Summercamp Welcomes Guests on the Oak Bluffs Harbor Front

An iconic presence along Oak Bluffs harbor, The Wesley hotel received a new look and a new name over the winter. Now called Summercamp, it’s a fresh and fun renovation that invites guests to relive the glorious days of childhood summers — while also enjoying some very adult amenities. Completely renovated and refreshed in 2016, Our […]

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Thorncroft Inn – Perfect in Every Detail

When Karl & Lynn Buder purchased the property that would become the Thorncroft Inn on Martha’s Vineyard, they felt that the quiet, secluded setting on 1½ wooded acres would be a perfect romantic getaway for couples.

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In Search of the Shark: Jaws on MV

Jaws fans! Follow Joey Sack around the Island as he reports on locations throughout Martha’s Vineyard that appear in this classic thriller! Included are these familiar locations: Gay Head Lighthouse in Aquinnah; the Chappy Ferry dock, Memorial Bridge at Joseph Sylvia State Beach, Edgartown National Bank and Edgartown Town Hall in Edgartown and the Oak […]

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Experience Black History Month on MV

Martha’s Vineyard has long been a multicultural oasis with a rich tradition of attracting visitors and settlers of many races and nations, and a Native American community that has survived and flourished. The efforts of the MV African American Heritage Trail organization and the Heritage Trail History Project have done much to chronicle the Island’s  […]

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7 Steps to Putting Your Garden to Bed on Martha’s Vineyard

7 Steps to Putting Your Garden to Bed on Martha’s Vineyard:  The beautiful autumn weather on Martha’s Vineyard makes buttoning up your garden a real pleasure. Chuck Wiley of Vineyard Gardens shares his expertise offering these simple tips for helping your garden winter through successfully. 1. Fall is the time to feed Feed lawns in […]

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The Skinny on Post-Summer Skin Care

As much as we love summer days spent on the beach and in the water, too much sun, fun, sea and sand can play havoc with the condition of your skin and hair. Check out these five Martha’s Vineyard salons where you can repair the damage, love the process, get ready for fall and get […]

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Martha’s Vineyard Island Corn: Right Here, Right Now

One of the glories of summer’s end is Island corn, a rare treat available only during an always-too-brief season. Freshly picked corn offers a taste that simply can’t be duplicated by its supermarket counterpart.  Sitting on your plate within hours of making the transition from stalk to table–with a brief  interlude of boiling, steaming  or […]

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