Yearly Archives: 2010
The twentieth annual Martha's Vineyard CROP Walk will be held this October 24, beginning at 2 pm from St.
For ten blissful years, hundreds of musicians gathered at the Wintertide Coffeehouse to perform in an environment that fostered talent and the community.
Inkwell Beach on Seaview Avenue in Oak Bluffs was reopened to swimming at 2 pm, Sept.
A crowd of some 450 swarmed around the Katama Airfield on Monday evening to celebrate and support the Edgartown Public Library.
Jim and Pam Butterick opened their Oak Bluffs home overlooking the Lagoon to more than 50 people Sunday night, to listen to music and to raise money for a music-maker — the 115-year-old Hook and Hastings pipe organ in the Federated Church in Edgartown.
I have watched the debate over ocean wind farms on the Cape from the beginning.
Alice Rose of Oak Bluffs celebrated her 100th birthday on August 29 at a party in her backyard with family and friends.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum welcomes Dr.
In recent years, the Vineyard has nurtured a rich community that is concerned with rejuvenating the mind, body, and soul, making it an idyllic host for an exciting new event — the first of what is intended to be a biannual affair: the Martha's Vineyard Yoga Festival.
East Chop Beach Club held its first Shuffleboard tournament, Sept.
Now that the Obamas have flown off, Earl has blown over, and another too-busy summer winds down, Islanders look forward to a peaceful autumn.
Well, now we have prepared for the next storm.
"Hey Doc," the voice blares through the phone.
Three members of the Maciel family celebrated the end of their run as bus drivers for the Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) last week.
"I am constantly amazed by the strength, spirit and determination of the young men and women serving our nation in Afghanistan, many of which are not much older than the seniors at our high school.
Here is some advice about hurricane preparedness.
In the first weeks of July, before the big fire, a 16-foot fiberglass skiff was taken from the Mayhew dock in Menemsha.
The Vineyard Arts Project, whose cutting edge studio is nestled on Upper Main Street in Edgartown, is an impressive Island residency program initiated to foster new work.
Thank you to all the emergency workers that planned ahead for the possibility of disasters due to a hurricane.