08.30.11

Despite the fact that this drink has a devout Island following of brewers and consumers, many of the uninitiated remain too wary to ask for a taste.

By Rachel Schubert

08.30.11

At many in-town homes, the area between the street and the house can be too small a patch to mow but too big to ignore.

By Susan Catling

08.30.11

One gardener shares observations gleaned from years of planting and tending a multitude of roses, some more gratifying than others.

By Sally Bennet

08.30.11

“I’m a nester,” part-time Island resident Catherine Urban admits as she walks through the cozy three-bedroom West Chop cape that she and her family rented for the first time last summer.

By Karla Araujo

04.01.11

Historically, house plans were guided by a handful of traditional archetypes. Today, more contemporary features – such as an open floor plan – may take top billing, but understanding the Island’s architectural heritage can help in designing a new structure at ease in its surroundings.

By Mark Hutker & Leo A.W. Wiegman

04.01.11

Historic musicians’ cottage gets a new life.

By Karla Araujo

04.01.11

A laid-back sanctuary, this East Chop house is the result of a creative collaboration that expresses the homeowner’s distinctive sense of style.

By Laura D. Roosevelt

04.01.11

Designer Valerie Reese transformed what could have been just another garage apartment into an inviting, artistic home and studio.

By Moira C. Silva

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