Geoff Currier

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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Melinda Loberg and Her Rivian R1T

*Updated to reflect increased mileage range When I heard that my friend Melinda Loberg was getting a new Rivian R1T electric truck I knew just whom I’d be taking on my next Cruising with Currier...

Kristi and Alan Strahler Lead the Climate Week Convoy

Bluedot Living loved Climate Week back in May. Because our spring issue was already in production that week, we couldn’t report on Climate week for the magazine. But our intrepid columnist Geoff Currier was on...

Jed Katch and his 2016 Nissan Leaf 

For this month’s ‘Cruising with Currier,’ I went for a ride with Jed Katch of Chilmark. Katch came to the Island with his wife, Jane, about eight years ago and was hired by the Chilmark...

Andre Bonnell and His Electric VTA Bus

On New Year’s Eve afternoon of 2021, I boarded the route #3 bus from the Steamship Authority in Vineyard Haven to ride out to the West Tisbury Town Hall with Andre Bonnell at the wheel....

Greg Milne Does the Right Thing with His Kia Niro EV

For this issue's Cruising with Currier, I took to the dirt roads of West Tisbury with Greg Milne, a project architect and co-owner of South Mountain Co. But a few days before our ride, Greg...

How Katama Airfield escaped the clutches of developers

To preserve an 128-acre ecological gem, it took a man who loved planes more than money. 

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...

Laurie David and her 2021 Nissan Leaf

For our second issue of Bluedot 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 in...

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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Wild Caught: There’s Plenty of Fish in the Sea Surrounding M.V.

“My grandfather built this boat in the mid to late ’30s,” says Denny Jason, Jr., a second-generation fisherman, standing next to The Little Lady,...

RECIPE: Black Sea Bass Piccata

For more information on sourcing fresh local fish, and more recipes, check out "Wild Caught." Eating fish that are plentiful and in season goes a...

RECIPE: Sea Scallops with Parsnip Puree and Herbs

For more information on sourcing fresh local fish, and more recipes, check out "Wild Caught." Pristine sea scallops arrive at Vineyard fish docks daily, caught...