Kerry Lester Kasper

Seeing the Vineyard Through the Lens of Alfred Eisenstaedt

Famed photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt’s lingering presence on Martha’s Vineyard is sometimes easily apparent to the eye, other times lurking behind the scenes. A new exhibit at the museum places him front and center.

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A Two-Wheel Life Is a Perfect Fit

Call him resident dad. Phil Hughes, owner of Wheel Happy, is standing behind the counter of his Edgartown bike shop on recent afternoon, repairing an XC Cannondale mountain bike, spinning its wheels.

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Summer Traffic Count Shows Slight Drop from 2021

Summer traffic may seem worse, but results from six traffic counters across the island show a different reality.

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Food Insecurity Sees Dramatic Rise

For many seasonal travelers, Martha’s Vineyard appears the epitome of an affluent Island, but many Islanders face a growing food insecurity made more dire by record inflation and a worldwide pandemic.

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Expansions Advancing for Island Stop & Shops

For Islanders who have passed by or sought out groceries at Stop & Stop stores in Edgartown and Vineyard Haven in recent days, one thing is clear: Change is finally underway.

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Vineyard Real Estate Market Shows Signs of Cooling

Halfway into 2022, the frenzied real estate market of Martha’s Vineyard is showing signs of slowing down. Land bank numbers illustrate the trend.

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Safe Environments Stressed for Summer Camps

Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club campers will be seen out and about on Island this summer, just not in the water.

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