Monthly Archives: June 2010
Windemere's auction to benefit the residents' activity fund was a huge success.
Since the U.
For most of its 40-year existence, The Yard in Chilmark has been dedicated to dance with a two-fold agenda: fostering national talent in the world of dance through residencies, and bringing world class original performances to Island audiences.
To the man driving a white van on Martin Road in Vineyard Haven on Wednesday night, the one who came back to find us after accidentally hitting our gray and white cat, Buddy, who crossed the road right into his wheels: thank you so much for taking the time to come back.
Today marks the beginning of summer vacation for our local school children.
David O'Docherty, 75, of Lynn died Saturday morning while swimming in Katama Bay in Edgartown.
In a story called "Any rare bees around?" in the June 17 Times, the date of the first training session is incorrect.
The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha's Vineyard is accepting nominations for the 2010 Creative Living Award.
Phoenix Aiello of Edgartown and Bill Malfa Jr.
Oak Bluffs police have won federal funds that will allow officers to work overtime to enforce alcohol laws.
A military burial service for George W.
Summer on the Vineyard brings lots of activities, extended family members, friends, and loads of parties.
Only the organized and practical have everything they need for a day at the beach before leaving the house.
Il Tesoro at the Terrace in Edgartown introduced their summer lunch menu to a crowd this past Monday, June 21, in collaboration with a fashion show with In the Pink, a Lilly Pulitzer signature store.
The 19th annual HarborFest and the fifth annual Summer Solstice celebration, hosted by the Oak Bluffs Association (OBA), was "as good as ever," according to Dennis daRosa, president of the OBA.
On Wednesday last week, this year's edition of Arts & Society's Bloomsday celebration at the Katharine Cornell Theatre was a delightful 90 minutes of Irish music, history, whimsy, laughter, and serious dramatic renderings of the words of the exuberant, sensual, brilliant, and sometimes-difficult-to-understand Irish writer James Joyce (1882-1941).
Underneath the surface of this elegant, indulgent, fashionable event, there is a fierce undercurrent in the sea of pinstripe and pink.
To any and all who helped with a safe haven over my aging head, God bless you all.
The nonprofit organizations of Martha's Vineyard deliver our babies and sit with us when we're dying.
It began rather quietly five years ago in downtown Edgartown, and four years ago in the Arts District in Oak Bluffs; the towns' art galleries took over the streets for the evening.