Monthly Archives: March 2011
Sci-fi mind-control thriller heavy on romance.
Slow Food Martha's Vineyard is doing something new next Thursday, April 7: inviting local farmers to a Meet Your Farmer Potluck dinner at the Ag Hall.
Summer is just around the corner and stores are finishing their spring-cleaning to set up for the summer onslaught.
Despite the sometimes-uncooperative weather, spring is undoubtedly on the way. And with it comes the re-opening of some seasonal favorites.
On Saturday evening, March 26, Wave Lengths Salon in Edgartown hosted a Girl's Night Out party where women learned how to use a variety of styling tools and make-up, and enjoyed refreshments.
Last Saturday, March 26, there was a benefit party for
The newest Island gallery, Night Heron Gallery, is opening its doors on Main Street in Vineyard Haven on Friday, April 1.
See "Biutiful," and "The Housemaid" on Saturday. On Sunday, "The Harmony Game: The Making of Bridge Over Troubled Water" screens at the Capawock.
The family and friends of John L.
The results of the annual Island Limerick Challenge were announced late last week.
Jo-Ann Cargill Ewing died on March 18, 2011 at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital after battling bone marrow failure for more than a year.
Nancy Brumley died March 10, 2011, in Vineyard Haven of complications from dementia.
More than 50 Islanders gathered around the "Grandmother Tree" at the Tisbury Meadow preserve on Sunday, March 20, to greet spring and honor the earth with an hour or so of chanting and drumming.
ACE MV continues to grow as it provides both life-changing choices to Island residents and an environment that encourages taking action.
Tisbury's finance and advisory committee has debated whether to begin funding the town's other post-employment benefits (OP-EB) liability, estimated at between $13- and $20 million, depending on certain assumptions.