Island Grown Advocate: An Interview with Rebecca Haag

Island Grown Initiative Executive Director Becky Haag brings a commitment to social justice and a long career of advocacy to the job.

The Architect: An Interview with Stephanie Mashek

Stephanie Mashek loves designing spaces for work and life that bring her clients joy.

Kitchen Confidence

Thirty-seven years and two children later, Bob and Paula Crane have built a highly successful appliance business.

Flower Power: An Interview with Krishana Collins

Flower farmer Krishana Collins considers herself lucky to being doing what she loves most.

Q&A with Bill Howell, the Concrete Guy

For Bill Howell, success in business isn't nearly as sweet as finding purpose and meaning in life.

The Herbalist: An Interview with Heather Thurber

A lifelong farmer and Master Gardener, Heather Thurber of Breezy Pines Farm followed her passion for herbs into a thriving business.

Heidi Feldman Gets Salty on Down Island Farm

The Vine catches up with the co-founder of MV Sea Salt, Heidi Feldman, an entrepreneur with a deep love for the Island who found a unique niche in the Island farming economy

The Point B Blogger: An Interview with Guinevere Cramer

Point B Realty's Guinevere Cramer has built a loyal following with her fun, informative, twice-a-week blog.

In Tile Style, An Interview with Annie Bradshaw

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!

The Barber Is In

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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