Yearly Archives: 2010
Susan Taylor and Doris Clark of Vineyard Video Conferencing will hold an open house to introduce their expanded global video conferencing facility located in the main terminal of the Martha's Vineyard Airport Monday, August 23 from 10 am to 7 pm.
After a year of preparation the Vineyard Haven thrift store at 38 Lagoon Pond Road was once again the bustling, hectic, whoop-and-holler scene of the annual Chicken Alley Art Show.
On August 7, a group of friends and neighbors gathered to once again do "the Vineyard thing," which is to help their community.
Bringing together fleece-producing animals and the dedicated folks who transform that fleece into yarn and fine fabrics seems like a natural attraction for a traditional agricultural fair.
When 18-year-old Louis Serafini finished first in the Chilmark Road Race on Saturday, his morning's mission was not over.
Philbin Beach has been particularly beautiful lately.
It is the week each summer that Edgartonians appreciate for various reasons.
Welcome to Rory and Fiona.
The NBNHA (North Bluff Neighborhood Homeowners' Association), representing 14 families on the North Bluff in Oak Bluffs, was surprised to learn that plans were well underway to build a large public pier in our neighborhood.
This past Thursday, August 12, in Edgartown, and on Saturday, August 14, in Oak Bluffs, art galleries in both towns held their final gallery strolls of the summer season.
Nationally recognized poets Richard Michelson and Judith Tannenbaum will read from their work at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs on Thursday, August 19.
On Monday, August 23, the Katharine Cornell Theatre will host an important and intellectually stimulating event by delving into the realm of Afghan women entrepreneurs.
Friday was Philanthropy Day on Martha's Vineyard.
The information under a photo of the Coast Guard boathouse on page 3 of the Fire in Menemsha special section published on August 12 incorrectly identified it as taken on July 12.
Following is a reflection on the life of Patricia Neal, who died August 8, at her Edgartown home.
If you are a business owner or charter fisherman, you probably have noticed that the weekend crowds are growing larger, the lines are longer at restaurants, shops are crowded, and more anglers are chartering boats.
Oak Bluffs artist Suesan Stovall, who sings with the same passion, creative energy and boldness she summons as an artist, has once again opened the doors to Groovy Sue Gallery, her backyard art gallery off New York Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
It's the start of Departure Season: this weekend, following illumination night, the O.