Monthly Archives: July 2011
Filmgoers can enjoy two Island-relevant documentaries and an Israeli romantic comedy at the Island's summer film series this coming week.
Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine's book is a combination starter cookbook & journal chronicling a year in their lives as orchestrated by food.
See Mr. Taylor Friday and Saturday at Edgartown's historic church.
On the Vineyard, you could spend an entire day traveling from one great antique shop to another.
On July 23, artisans specializing in Native American crafts & jewelry displayed their wares at the 5th annual Native American Artisans' Festival.
Ms. DuArt and friends have formed an organization, Network of Neighbors, and on Saturday night comic star Tim Conway will give a free concert.
Children's literature is full of friendships between unlikely pairs: Frog and Toad, Pooh Bear and Piglet, and Charlotte the spider and Wilbur the pig.
The beaches of Martha's Vineyard offer something for everyone. Here is a list of beaches open to the public.
Horseback riding has long been a Vineyard tradition, and the large number of barns small and large attest to its staying power.
On my counter there are two cartons of eggs.
Island-grown chickens no longer have to be transported off-Island to large commercial slaughtering factories thanks to the mobile poultry processing unit, which was first put into use three years ago.
On Thursday, July 28, at Featherstone Center for the Arts, Carolyn Daniele reveals the variety of work she has produced during the past year.
Upcoming events featuring Marianne Neill, the late Della Hardman, Washington Ledesma, and more.
This past week, Vineyard Haven's Shaw Cramer Gallery displayed the work of close to 45 Island artists who contributed their art to Art Works
"Olives & Figs" by Sean Farrell
"I think framing is meant to enhance the art work by finding the most suitable mats and frames to dramatize the images.
Have actually spent much of my weekend working in the garden, instead of writing about Working in the Garden.
Pets don't fare well in extreme heat, so be careful where you restrain and/or contain them.
Although MVCS provides indispensable services that are otherwise unavailable here, many Islanders aren't aware of the vital role it plays.
The P-A Club was the site of a fundraiser for Lisa BenDavid Scannell, who is recovering from injuries she suffered in a fall from a horse.