October 2015

lAs many of you may know, I can get very enthusiastic about Halloween. There’s something about this holiday that brings out the kid in me. I love the decorations, the candy, the ghoulish parties, and of course the fact there this is A LOT to do on this fabulous Island, especially this year, since Halloween […]

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There are a number of fabulous Burger Nights found on Martha’s Vineyard, including the ever popular 2-for-1 Burgers at Atria (Sundays) and Burger Night at State Road (Thursdays). Now, you can enjoy the American classic on Friday nights at Waterside Market in Vineyard Haven. Yes, Vineyard Haven residents, rejoice. You can stay close to home for […]

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Recently, a young Island girl, Olive Hart was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy. Cardiomyopothy is a virus that specifically targets the heart. What this means is that this virus is killing the person’s heart. Olivia is 22 years old. She graduated form Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School in 2011 and is a recent graduate of the University of […]

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Celebrating its eighth year, the Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival, spotlighted the bounty of Martha’s Vineyard. Our local seafood, farms, and talent, paired with amazing wine and craft spirits. This event seemed to boast even more events than usual. And events hosted in really amazing places, like The Outermost Inn, Thimble Farm, l’etoile, The Beach Plum, Detente, […]

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This past weekend, was the 6th annual Local Wild Food Challenge Martha’s Vineyard. The call of the wild came to Oak Bluffs, where the Portuguese American Club hosted the event for the first time. For event founder, Billy Manson, the fun is the unknown — not knowing what creative local ingredients are and who and what […]

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Columbus Day weekend marks the closing of many of our favorite Island restaurants, and more will close over the next few weeks. This On Point is a great guide for all you foodies who love going out for a bite. Up-Island After Columbus Day weekend, the Beach Plum Inn & Restaurant (except for special events), the […]

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Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, I love to wear scarves. Let’s face it, they’re an easy way to dress up an outfit, hide something, and an accessory you can have a little fun with. When I saw these really cool scarves made out of wool when out the Summer, I had to discover where they […]

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A year ago, a couple of parents got together to discuss the playground portion of the Niantic Park renovation. The whole Oak Bluffs park was getting rehabbed. How thrilling to have this happening for the Island community. However, the budget for the playground portion of the park, which also includes basketball courts and tennis courts, […]

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Something about the shorter, cooler nights makes you instantly crave all things cozy, maybe even slow things down a bit. One place that’s perfect for such a night is 20 By Nine, in Oak Bluffs. I have not written about 20 By Nine since it first opened in 2014, and boy have things changed, for […]

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If you’ve been on Winter Street in Edgartown recently, you might have seen a cool store, Lure-Fish, next to Vintage MV Wine & Spirits. In the window, there are these really cool fish pictures. When you get up-close, you see that it’s a ton of lures that were used to create the image. Head inside this […]

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