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Geoff Currier is associate editor of The MV Times. He writes frequently for Edible Vineyard and MV Arts and Ideas magazines. “Grow a beard. You keep all those razor blades out of the landfills. And look rakishly handsome. It's a win-win.” “Cruising with Currier” will appear in each issue of Bluedot Living.

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The No Nukes Festival: A day of music, friendship, and hope

The No Nukes Festival was held on Martha’s Vineyard 45 years ago, and there are still plenty of people on the Island who not only attended the festival, but look back on it as one...

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For our second issue of Blue Dot Living I’m taking a cruise with environmental activist Laurie David in her Nissan Leaf. Before working full-time on environmental and political issues, Laurie worked as a talent coordinator...

Hasoni Pratts and her 2021 Tesla Model X Plaid

For our inaugural issue of Bluedot Living, we’re kicking off a series of stories featuring Islanders and their electric vehicles to give readers a taste of what kind of EVs are out there, how people...

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The No Nukes Festival: A day of music, friendship, and hope

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A builder takes a passive progressive approach to building for his family and his Island. Farley Pedler, an Island builder who specializes in energy-efficient and...

Laurie David and her 2021 Nissan Leaf

For our second issue of Blue Dot Living I’m taking a cruise with environmental activist Laurie David in her Nissan Leaf. Before working full-time...