April 2016

Before I am in full swing with food and restaurant blogs, I am loving the chance to find new Island artists. Not long ago, Made MV opened its doors. Made MV, located on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs, is an Island artist cooperative. So many artists don’t have a space to call their own, and […]

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When I was at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival in March, I saw these really cool earrings at Pathways (Chilmark Tavern) that were made out of recycled tires. I knew that I had to get a pair, and find out who was behind this great up-cycle style! Thanks to festival Programming and Managing Director, Brian Ditchfield, […]

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Over the past year, The Ritz has become a contender in the restaurant scene on Martha’s Vineyard. With Chef Ben DeForest taking over the kitchen all Winter long, the food there has become quite an Island topic. With Red Cat back open, Ben is not there as much, but lucky for us, a chef who […]

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*Update – Article 30 was passed at the Oak Bluffs Town Meeting on April 12th. Now, High Tide needs to apply for a special permit, but things are looking positive! A couple of years ago, two friends were hanging out one night at Port Hunter, enjoying the amazing cocktails there and spirits used to make them. […]

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*As of April 11th, House of Colour on Martha’s Vineyard will no longer be available. Wendy and her husband are on to new adventures down south. Thank you Wendy for helping so many people feel more beautiful! For a while now, people have been telling me I should get my colors done. But why? I […]

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This seems to be the season for making dreams and hobbies become realities on Martha’s Vineyard. From craft spirits to pizza places to beer, people are embracing what they’re passionate about and turning it into businesses. For quite a while, John Clift (Vintage MV) and Joe Monteiro (Atlantic Restaurant), have been talking about the possibility of making […]

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