Martha’s Vineyard Craft Beer Festival Returns With Wine Too In Oak Bluffs

Last year’s hurricane couldn’t keep people away from the Martha’s Craft Beer Festival, and this year’s weather looks simply perfect,…

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Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire, Well in the Case Delicious Lunch ON Martha’s Vineyard! Sea Smoke Begins Lunch This Fall In Oak Bluffs

Sea Smoke now serves lunch! This is a big deal for all of us who like to go out for…

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Bass in the Grass MV – Celebrating The Martha’s Vineyard Fishing Derby and Local Artists On Martha’s Vineyard

The Island has Derby fever — as in the annual Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass & Bluefish Derby. Everywhere you go,…

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The Revelry – Where You Can Discover a Whole New Way to Paddle Board On Martha’s Vineyard

Rev·el·ry – lively and noisy festivities according to Google, something we all enjoy now and then. However it can also refer…

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Off Season MV: A Series of Artisan Pop-Ups On Martha’s Vineyard

With the season winding down, please note that Summer is not over just yet. Martha’s Vineyard jewelry designer, Nettie Kent,…

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Poolside BBQ Concert Series At Lambert’s Cove Inn Makes For A Magical Evening On Martha’s Vineyard

The Lambert’s Cove Inn, Farm & Restaurant in West Tisbury has new owners, Keya and John Cain. This young, dynamic…

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Martha’s Spiked – Celebrate the Island Spirit of the Namesake of Martha’s Vineyard

Introducing Martha’s Spiked, a new bottled cocktail collection born on Martha’s Vineyard. Martha’s Spiked is named for the person some…

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Something Is Fishy at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Marketplace & It’s Pretty Exciting! The Fish House is Now Open

Rewind to couple years back and think about what the old Hot Tin Roof building and surrounding area looked like.…

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Part Flea Market, Part Farmer’s Market, You Might Be Surprised What You Find At The Oak Bluffs Open Market

Martha’s Vineyard is home to some really great flea and farmer’s markets. Some that have been around for a long…

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