In Tile Style, An Interview with Annie Bradshaw
Paula Lyons
Annie Bradshaw and her husband created Martha's Vineyard Tile Company in 1996. Today, 21 years later, the bustling business offers a huge variety of tile from 30 vendors, each of whom carry up to 300 lines. That's a lot of tile!
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Young Gardeners Grow a Living on the Vineyard
Louisa Hufstader

Gardening is big business all over Martha’s Vineyard. To meet this demand, the Vineyard's long-established landscape and garden companies have been joined in recent years by a wave of young gardeners who are willing to work long hours during the season to make a good living.

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The Barber Is In
Paula Lyons

Blair Hill, owner of Native Cuts, runs so much more than a barber shop. The Vineyard Haven native, part Wampanoag, part African American and 100 per cent in love with what he does, says his shop is a welcome gathering space for all.

In his early days as a barber here, he worked in at Bert’s Barber Shop in Vineyard Haven, Benito’s in Oak Bluffs and finally opened his own place 12 years ago, first on Evelyn Way in Vineyard Haven and now on State Road, next to Lapel’s cleaners.

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MVC Approves Lagoon Ridge Development, With Conditions
Alex Elvin

The long-planned Lagoon Ridge subdivision in Oak Bluffs got a green light from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, with strict conditions aimed at protecting the Lagoon Pond.

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