Library Island
Landry Harlan
Six towns. Six libraries. Six personalities.
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Vine and Dine: Under the Radar, Easy on the Wallet

There are few best-kept secrets when it comes to dining on Martha’s Vineyard, especially in the winter. But two year-round Island eateries keep an unusually low profile: the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH) café and the Y Café at the YMCA of MV.

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Ice Time
Noah Asimow
It may be cold outside (and inside, too), but the MV Ice Arena is a warm and friendly place helping Islanders get through the long winter.
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When the Vineyard is (or Could Be!) Your Oyster
Landry Harlan
If you're twenty-something and trying to make the most of the long Island winter, take out your phone, jump on Instagram and search for @OysterMV.
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Care and Comfort At No Cost
Holly Pretsky
Whether for end-of-life care or bereavement counseling, Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard, founded in 1981, takes no insurance and never charges a patient or family for services.
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The Bookseller of Main Street
Paula Lyons
Dawn Braasch, owner of Bunch of Grapes bookstore in Vineyard Haven, has loved books for as long as she can remember.
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Island Grown Christmas Trees
Louisa Hufstader
Choose your size, shape, and variety; then cut your own Christmas tree at L & W Tree Farm. 

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Kitchen Confidence
Paula Lyons
Thirty-seven years and two children later, Bob and Paula Crane have built a highly successful appliance business.
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Grow Big
Susie Middleton
If you dream of having a big vegetable garden someday, look to David Fielder's West Tisbury garden for tips and inspiration.
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Yes, Coach!
Holly Pretsky
For landscaper Renee Clermont, a conversation with a client launched a new business — garden coaching.
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