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Home & Property

On the Market: 55 North Water Street, Edgartown

55 North Water Street, Edgartown Price: $2,750,000 Size: 2,500 square feet Bedrooms: 6 Baths: 0 55 North Water Street is known as “Chappy House“—built in the 1890s and […]

Home & Property

House of Stone

A modern masterpiece on Martha’s Vineyard gets set in concrete.

City Life

President Obama Issues Airstrike in Iraq, Prepares for Martha’s Vineyard Vacation

President Barack Obama is on his way to Martha’s Vineyard this weekend for an extended vacation after issuing an airstrike on Islamic militants nearing U.S. […]

Home & Property

Modern Viewpoint

A stunning Chappaquiddick abode keeps the Vineyard’s sweeping landscape front and center.

City Life

A Taste of Massachusetts

Newton resident Ed Sokoloff only gets around five hours of sleep every night. At 71-years-old, some people might think that’s not enough, but Sokoloff is […]

City Life

This Year’s Martha’s Vineyard Scandal: Bo Obama

This week, President Obama and his family return to Martha’s Vineyard for another August vacation. It’s their fourth trip since Obama began his presidency, which […]

Arts & Entertainment

Recap: ABC Family’s The Vineyard Series Premiere

While some chose to dedicate their Tuesday night to Beyonce at the TD Garden, others of us absolutely had to watch ABC Family’s premiere episode […]

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Dave Broome and Jon Franco of ABC Family’s The Vineyard

We recently reported that ABC Family is producing a summer reality TV show based out of Martha’s Vineyard titled The Vineyard—and my, are we in for a treat. […]

Weddings

Martha’s Vineyard

LOCATION TO BOOK Sheep meet the sea at Allen Farm, in quaint Chilmark. “The view is one of the most magnificent sights you could see,” […]

Arts & Entertainment

ABC Family Produces New Martha’s Vineyard-Based Reality Show, The Vineyard

Get ready, nostalgic Laguna Beach fans. ABC Family produced your latest summer indulgence this year and it takes place in the ever-glorious location of Martha’s […]

Arts & Entertainment

Summer on the Cape

Crossing the Bourne Bridge. A crispy bite of clam roll. That first chilly dip in the Atlantic. These are the milestones of summer, just as they have been for generations. This month, we’re celebrating traditions—the people, places, and institutions that keep us coming back to the Cape (and flirting with the Islands) season after season.

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Arts & Entertainment

Return to Amity Island

As Jawsfest kicks off this month, here’s a look at the filming of the legendary movie.

Wellness

Shocker: Nantucket, MV Full of Happy Healthy People Living the Dream

Shocker: Nantucket, MV Full of Happy Healthy People Living the Dream. So it turns out, according to a new report out from the Wisconsin Population […]

City Life

Hurricane Irene Impact to Suspend Ferry Service to Islands

Hurricane Irene Impact to Suspend Ferry Service to Islands. Ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket will likely be temporarily suspended on Sunday due to […]

City Life

Obama Visits the Vineyard (again)

President Obama and the first family are set to descend on Martha’s Vineyard for their annual vacation this afternoon (cue the crowds and flashbulbs). That […]