April 2014

A Simply Soaps update, sadly Simply Soaps has closed its doors. The owner, Beth Serusa is focusing on her health.   When Beth Smith (now Serusa) was a little girl growing up on Green Avenue in Edagrtown, she would watch her neighbor, Army Jackson make her own cold-process soap. Things were a little different back then. […]

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OK. Admit it. You watched The Bachelor last season. I know I did, mostly because Renee Oteri was a contestant, who I knew when she worked on Martha’s Vineyard at Rosbeck Builders. The last time I saw Renee outside of Facebook, was about six years ago. She was always very friendly and very beautiful. I […]

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Almost everyone traveling to Martha’s Vineyard has had to wait for the ferry in Woods Hole for an extended period of time. Some people stay in their cars but a number of people used to head to the Leeside to pass the time with a beverage, maybe a bite to eat, and most likely with […]

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Wearing t-shirts that said B Good To The Earth And Beaches, the Point B Realty beach clean-up team took aim at some of the beaches of Edgartown today, as part of the island-wide Earth Day Beach Clean-Up on Martha’s Vineyard. Targeting Lighthouse Beach, the iconic beach that curves around the Edgartown Lighthouse on Edgartown Harbor, […]

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Living on Martha’s Vineyard, we sometimes take the beauty that surrounds us daily for granted. Earth Day is a good time to stop and take a moment to not only help, but also enjoy nature, whether it’s the park down the block or one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Our team at Point […]

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There are certain things to look forward to during the Spring on Martha’s Vineyard. The FARM Institute’s Sheepapalooza is one of those events. By this time, the lambs have all been born at the FARM. There’s a total of 58 this year, and they are certainly a reason to celebrate a bit. Sheepapalooza For four years […]

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It’s been almost two weeks since the Lampost in Oak Bluffs opened its doors on April first as usual. However, there is nothing usual about this 2014 season. The Lampost has undergone some serious changes, and people are pretty excited about it. You may remember, we took a mid-renovation On Point Blog peek about a month […]

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April showers may bring May flowers, but more importantly it’s the month Martha’s Vineyard really shakes off the quiet of the winter. So many places open their doors for the beginning of the 2014 season. Here’s a list to help you plan your weekly excursions. Edgartown The Atlantic Fish & Chop House is already open, though […]

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I know I keep saying this but Martha’s Vineyard is bursting at the seams with amazing, talented people. Marnely Rodriguez-Murray has definitely made the list. I have been following her food blog, Cooking with Books, for quite some time now. One of her latest recipes, Blackberry Balsamic Grilled Cheese Sandwich was the last straw. I had to meet […]

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One of my favorite places to spend a summer — and even spring — afternoon is at the Coop de Ville overlooking the Oak Bluffs Harbor. With a great beer selection, a fun staff, a low-key atmosphere, and the sun on your face, it’s a little slice of heaven. I could not have been more […]

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