Taylor Stone’s first collection of poems and illustrations, Vineyard Magic, is a hand-bound Valentine to native plants of the Island.
By Libby Ellis
“Because I want my paintings to have more than a visual relevance, I build on the intellectual content to add depth and cultural relevance.”
By CK Wolfson
I’ve come to know that the junk hauling industry on this Island is not positioned for growth.
By Shelley Christiansen
Currently, there are fifty-one Vineyard Village clients from towns across the Island and sixty-eight volunteer drivers who, on average, provide seventy-five rides per week.
By Paula Lyons
It’s the oldest complaint in the world. At least as old as “God said to Abraham, ‘Kill me a son.’” And Abe, who God apparently thought wasn’t grateful enough for the world he’d been given, said “Man, you must be putting me on.” (Dylan 6:1) The real problem, of course, was that God wasn’t sure that Abe was willing to make the sacrifices necessary to get along in the world.
By Paul Schneider