Island Roots, Equine Boots, Tracey Olsen Has Horse Sense
Mollie Doyle
It’s early morning and Tracey Olsen is sweeping up the tack room at Woodbe Farm in West Tisbury.
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Embracing the Theatre of Life
Mollie Doyle
Martha's Vineyard Playhouse executive and artistic director MJ Bruder Munafo moved the Vineyard when she was 19. She discovered her love for the theatre here and never looked back.
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Matthew Dix Is All in on the Farm; At Home, Work and Everywhere Else
Mollie Doyle

In 1994, Matthew Dix and Rebecca Miller bought six acres in Chilmark and founded North Tabor Farm. Both have enough experience to know to pace themselves

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When Printing Is the Family Business, That's All She Wrote
Mollie Doyle
Dennis daRosa is at the wheel of the daRosa Corporation’s white van. It’s a cold winter day and he is making the rounds with customers.
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Dunkl Siblings March to the Beat of Their Own Brass Band
Mollie Doyle
On a clear November day, siblings Heidi, Peter and Frank Dunkl are getting organized. They have just returned from a five-week journey to check on their homes in Virginia and Florida.
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Fertile Ground for Prize-Winning Vegetables and Ghastly Ghouls
Mollie Doyle
For Rusty Gordon and Ghost Island Farm, October is a wonderful time of year. The fields are still rife with vegetables. But for Rusty, October is really about Halloween.
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For Rose Styron, Life Is Poetry in Motion
Mollie Doyle
A day with poet, journalist and human rights activist Rose Styron at her home overlooking Vineyard Haven harbor. It begins with bacon.
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A Gentle Man With a Wild Soul, Gus Ben David Is Island's Dr. Dolittle
Mollie Doyle
Gus Ben David considers his yard. There is a pond with two trumpeter swans, two mute swans, a flock of geese and two call ducks. Then there are the giant water tanks containing large snapping turtles.
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All Rise: a Day in Court with Joe Sollitto
Mollie Doyle

Superior court clerk Joseph E. Sollitto Jr. is taking names. It is 9 a.m. on a rainy April morning, and 65 jurors are crowded into a basement room at the Edgartown courthouse.

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Baking Up a Vineyard Business, One Pie at a Time
Mollie Doyle
Christine Kinsman, founder and owner of Pie Chicks, learned to bake pies from her mother, who learned it from her grandmother.
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