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Fall Events on the Vineyard You Won’t Want to Miss

As one season closes, a new one opens on Martha’s Vineyard with its own signature events to tempt visitors back to the Island. With films, festivals, food events and more, there’s something fun for everyone this fall. Once Labor Day weekend passes, the festivities begin with the fun continuing right through to mid-December with the […]

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MV Food & Wine Festival 2017

This October Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival will be back on the Island with an exciting line-up of opportunities to sample, sip and learn more about wine, local food resources, and talented chefs and artisans. Festival goers will meet local chefs, the farmers and fishermen that stock Island larders, as well as vintners, sommeliers and […]

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Black Violin on Stage at the MV Performing Arts Center

Martha’s Vineyard Summer Concert Series concludes on Wednesday, August 23 at 8 pm as Black Violin takes the stage at the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center. Combining a daunting array of musical styles and influences to produce a signature sound that is not quite maestro, not quite emcee, this group of two classically trained violinists […]

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The Dirty Dozen Brass Band on Stage at the Old Whaling Church

Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series continues as The Dirty Dozen Brass Band brings its exciting musical mix of R&B blended with the instrumentation of a New Orleans to the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on Monday, August 21! Featuring Gregory Davis and Efrem Towns on trumpet, Roger Lewis on baritone sax, Kevin Harris on tenor sax, […]

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Shopping the Vineyard

Love to shop?  In spite of the Island’s lack of mega-stores (or perhaps because of it) Martha’s Vineyard is a shopper’s dream come true.  Full of small shops, art and craft galleries and open air markets, shopping the Island reveals all sorts of unique merchandise not readily available elsewhere.  And no time is better than […]

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MVOL Guide to Buying Local: The Farms of Martha’s Vineyard

When you visit Martha’s Vineyard be prepared to enjoy it with all your senses! From June’s luscious strawberries to the sweet corn of August and the delights of late harvest heirloom tomatoes, squash and other fall produce, buying local lets you savor the very essence of Martha’s Vineyard.  To view SlowFoodsMV’s farm map including those […]

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Boutique Edgartown Stays By Lark Hotels: The Sydney & The Christopher

If you’re looking for unique, boutique hotel stays on the Vineyard, Lark Hotels offers two beautiful options in Edgartown! Both located on Water Street in the heart of downtown Edgartown, The Sydney (previously known as The Fallon) reopens for its third season, and its sister property The Christopher (formerly the Victorian Inn) reopens for its […]

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Summercamp Welcomes Guests on the Oak Bluffs Harbor Front

An iconic presence along Oak Bluffs harbor, the historic Wesley Hotel reopened last summer as Summercamp. Opening April 28th for its 2nd season, Summercamp is 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, the Oak […]

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This Halloween Pick the Perfect Pumpkin!

There are few sights more delightful than a green meadow aglow with orange pumpkins. And what is more fun on a cool, crisp day than to pick out that one special pumpkin! Depending on whether your plan is to carve or to cook, start  with these hints and suggestions for finding the perfect pumpkin. For Carving: […]

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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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