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Best of the Vineyard Party 2012
The 2012 Best of the Vineyard party at Flatbread honored the winners and runners-up. Magazine intern Nicole Grace Mercier and photographer Peter Simon captured these shots that night. (Contact the magazine directly if you want one for your business.)





Update on Norton Point opening and changes at Wasque
In the May–June 2011 magazine, writer Tom Dunlop delved into the history and future of the Norton Point breach. Here’s an update on what the opening and the affected coastline on Chappy looks like now.





Best of the Vineyard Party 2011
The 2011 Best of the Vineyard party at Flatbread honored 150 winners and runners-up. Magazine intern Holly Kelfer captured these shots that night. (Contact the magazine directly if you want one for your business.)





Make it easy for your fans to vote for your business for the 2012 Best of the Vineyard contest!






Man’s efforts to open – and close – Norton Point
An online extra, part of our special report on the Norton Point opening, May–June 2011.





The Norton of Norton Point
An online extra, part of our special report on the Norton Point opening, May–June 2011.





An eyewitness account as the beach gives way
An online extra, part of our special report on the Norton Point opening, May–June 2011.





A view from the bottom
An online extra, part of our special report on the Norton Point opening, May–June 2011.





New Norton Point opening photos
After tropical storm Irene in August 2011.





Our March Facebook contest
You don’t need to be a FB member to play.





Baiting the hook with friendship
Editor Nicki Miller’s editorial about fishing that ran in the Vineyard Gazette on October 15.





Best of the Vineyard Party 2010
Some photos from the awards night on June 23, 2010, at Mediterranean Restaurant in Oak Bluffs. Photos by Ray Ewing. (Contact the magazine if you’d like a jpeg of your photograph.) Thanks to everyone who attended and to those who purchased extra tickets; we raised $650 for the Island Affordable Housing Fund.





More recipes from the past quarter century of the magazine (May–June 2010)
Fried oysters with caper mayonnaise; kale crunchies; raspberry and watercress salad; Alchemy’s lobster and field-mache salad with black olive gnocchi croutons and citrus vinaigrette; simple white clam sauce with linguine; and nectarines and blackberries in brandied blackberry sauce.





Magazine receives national awards (June 9, 2010)
Martha’s Vineyard Magazine honored as a finalist for the 2010 National City and Regional Magazine Awards in three categories: General Excellence, Ancillary Publications for its Home & Garden magazine, and Leisure/Lifestyle Interests for its series on wild edibles.





Finalist in national awards competition (March 9, 2010)
Martha’s Vineyard Magazine announces it is a finalist for the 2010 National City and Regional Magazine Awards in three categories: General Excellence, Ancillary Publications for its Home & Garden magazine, and Leisure/Lifestyle Interests for its series on wild edibles.





Wild edibles
Our three-part series on wild edibles ran in the May-June, July, and September-October issues in 2009 and was named a finalist for the 2009 National City and Regional Magazine Awards in the category of Leisure/Lifestyle Interests.





Best of the Vineyard Party 2009
Some photos from the awards night on June 24, 2009, at Mediterranean Restaurant in Oak Bluffs. (If you'd like a print or jpeg image of any of these photos or others from the awards party, please contact photographer Zack Repko at zack.repko@gmail.com.)





Magazine receives awards
Martha’s Vineyard Magazine awarded as finalist for the 2009 National City and Regional Magazine Awards in two categories: General Excellence and Ancillary Publications for its Home & Garden magazine.





The art of dining
Recipes from Vineyard Artists in the Kitchen
Here are two recipes mentioned in an article about a new Island art/cookbook in the May-June 2009 magazine.





Finalist in national awards competition
Martha’s Vineyard Magazine announces it is a finalist for the 2009 National City and Regional Magazine Awards in two categories: General Excellence and Ancillary Publications for its Home & Garden magazine.





Poems by stonemason John Maloney
In the Not Summer 2008-2009 magazine, a story and photo essay about stone walls featured poet and stonemason John Maloney of Chilmark. Here are three poems he’s written about the trade.





Senioritis
As a follow-up to the story “Age-defying Vineyarders,” which ran in the September-October 2008 edition of the magazine, Betsy Campbell sent us this essay “Senioritis” on elders who want to be respected for their accomplishments regardless of their age. The Edgartown resident is member of the Howes House Writers group, which was discussed in the story.





Blueberry muffins
For our current Home & Garden magazine (Fall-Winter 2008-2009), we talked with Carol McManus, cookbook author and owner of Espresso Love cafe in Edgartown. Here’s another recipe from Table Talk.





Poetry by Steve Ewing
Here are three full poems by Steve Ewing, two of which were excerpted in the profile on him in the September-October 2008 magazine.





An update on Amy Brenneman
In the July 2008 magazine, writer Brooks Robards profiled Amy Brenneman at her Chilmark home. Here's an update from Brooks with a little more insight on the Hollywood actress and Vineyard regular.





Summer reads
More summer reads
When we asked for recommendations for summer reads, we got more than could fit in the pages of the August magazine, so here are the rest of the picks, courtesy of Island bookstores and libraries.





singingThe a cappella boys of summer
Where are they now?
Learn about what several Vineyard Sound alumni have been doing since the summers they sang with the group.






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