September 2016

It’s Fall! Who doesn’t love the idea of a good ole pig roast (well obviously not vegetarians)? So when I saw that Jimmy Alvarado of MV Smoke House and now the chef at Isola was doing a pop-up pig roast at Isola, I was immediately interested. I was even more interested because he plans to […]

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It was a beautiful Fall day on Martha’s Vineyard. A chill in the air, and the sight of 50 breweries and their creations all under one tent, stirred my soul. No, but seriously, you could immediately tell the Martha’s Vineyard Craft Beer Festival was going to be a success. I arrived to Washington Park in Oak […]

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The ebb and flow of Island life includes the closing of a number of restaurants. This always saddens me, since there is nothing I like more during the winter months then going out to dinner. However, there is still time to grab a meal at a number of your favorite spots. Here’s our Fall Guide for […]

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I love when I stumble across fun things on the Vineyard. The other day, I was leaving Healthy Additions in Vineyard Haven, and I saw Shepherd’s Provisions, where Nicky’s used to be. Of course I stopped, looked through every window I could, and decided this would be my next blog. On a rainy Monday morning, […]

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It’s true. This is the year Martha’s Vineyard gets its own beer festival, and not just a beer festival, a craft beer festival! If you are a beer fan, then you are already excited at the prospect of this. If you’re not, then let me help. Over 50 breweries will bring over 150 brews (ciders […]

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I’m sure by now you’ve seen people wearing Legendary MV or Legendary Oak Bluffs t-shirts around the Island. If so, I am guessing that you, like me, was curious as to the shirts’ origin. Legendary was created by Jon Suber and his partner James Jennings. Jon’s wife, Miesha, handles a lot of the day to […]

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Craft beer, a welcoming post and beam brewery in Edgartown, Island funny man, Johnny Showtime, and trivia. Put it all together and you’ve got the makings for a fun night out. Tuesdays in Edgartown are pretty exciting – between Dock Dances at the Memorial Wharf, and now trivia at Bad Martha, along with the great […]

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Just in time for Labor Day weekend, the iconic Newes from America Pub, part of the Kelley House, located in the heart of Edgartown village reopened after being closed all summer. Unfortunately earlier in the year, the Newes had pipes that burst. The pipes, located under four feet of concrete, were not the only things […]

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