April 2013

Some of you may know that I worked for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum (MVM) for a little while a couple of years ago.  During that time, I fell in love with the Museum and its staff.  I am always amazed at the lectures they host, the exhibits they curate, and all the other fun, enriching […]

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A couple of weeks ago, my friend Scott Mullin told me I had to try these amazing baked doughnuts at the Scottish Bakehouse in Vineyard Haven.  Being a doughnut enthusiast and never having one that was baked, it was my mission to get one. I failed at my first attempt.  I arrived at the Scottish Bakehouse […]

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The restaurant scene of Martha’s Vineyard continues to change and grow, offering more  options for us to enjoy for a night out, which I love.  Let’s discuss what’s happening at The Terrace at the Charlotte Inn.  Yes, the restaurant that has not always been super warm or even considered to be accessible, is trying out some […]

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Point B Realty today announced a major expansion and reorganization of its real estate agency, designed to further strengthen its role as one of Martha’s Vineyard’s top real estate firms. Point B Realty Principal Broker/Owner Wendy Harman announced that real estate agents Stacy Ickes, Karen Brown, and Amy Coffey have all joined the sales and […]

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Is anything cuter that kids and animals? There actually is – the Wee Farmers at the FARM Institute in Katama. Imagine, lambs, baby chicks, a baby calf, and kids all together on a farm, a wonderful combination. Wee Farmers Starting March 30th thru June 1st, the FARM Institute kicked off another season of Wee Farmers. […]

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Living on Martha’s Vineyard we are lucky enough to have a vibrant farming community. We support and love our farms, and we are big into the concept of “farm-to-table” in our restaurants and even our schools. However, we don’t often talk about what’s going on in our waters which we also “farm” in way. In […]

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I bet many people like me have seen A Savory Pie Company’s boxed pies at Cronigs, Reliable or Stop and Shop in Edgartown.  The packaging is eye-catching, and the pies look delicious, but I have never bought one before. Curiosity piqued, I was on a mission to find out more regarding A Savory Pie Company. […]

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Last Friday when I was posting on Linkedin, something caught my eye.  It was a rather large, interesting ring that Angel Russell had for her profile picture. Interest piqued, I googled her business, Sparrow Made Co.  Turns out that she lives and works on the Vineyard, and was willing to meet with me to talk about […]

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Starting next week, you will be able to dine at the Lampost.  Skinny’s Fat Sandwiches and the Lampost are getting together after being neighbors for almost a decade.  Surprised?  No reason to be, after all,  for the last three years, you could have Skinny Fat Sandwiches delivered to you at the Lampost, a convenient take-out situation. […]

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Many of us were saddened and surprised when we heard that the Black Dog Tavern was shutting down for renovations this past Winter. What would happen to this iconic restaurant that’s been open since the 70’s? And with Black Dog and the Art Cliff Diner closed for a while at the same time, there were […]

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