Yearly Archives: 2011
Despite one gross-out scene, a funny comedy with heart that gives insight to the push-pull mechanics of women's friendships.
Grammy award winner and former Vineyarder John Cruz will be making his yearly visit to the Island this weekend.
Two music documentaries, an intriguing sports-history film, and a repeat showing of the "Charlotte" headline the coming week's summer series.
Whether you are planning a wedding, an anniversary, a birthday, or any special event, your job may just have gotten easier with the grand opening of Martha's Vineyard Wedding Studio this past Saturday.
She thinks in words, he in pictures. And yet they finish one another's thoughts and nod in agreement when they speak.
Celebrated authors scheduled to speak about their recent works at the Martha's Vineyard Book Festival this Sunday.
Stina Sayre's considerable fashion designing skills were on the runway at a benefit cocktail party and fashion show for Vineyard Youth Tennis (VYT) last Friday evening, July 29, at the Shephard Fine ArtSpace in Oak Bluffs.
MVAAFF enters its ninth year on the Vineyard when it opens Tuesday, Aug. 9. The Festival runs for five days, ending on Saturday, Aug. 13.
We straggle in to Nancy Aronie's quirky Chilmark yard on a warm, slightly sticky Monday morning in mid-July.
David Geiger's latest artistic effort are his two separate, five-foot glass sculptures of Icarus, on display at Gossamer Gallery.
In 1983, a year after graduating college, Steve Mills had his first solo show at The Granary Gallery and sold all but two of his 35 paintings.
Featherstone Center for the Arts is celebrating its 15 years of serving the Island cultural arts community with a y'all come, free afternoon to night birthday party Saturday, Aug.
Now is the time of year when people's fuses are getting short as they have to continually put up with the hot and humid weather, endless traffic, and ruder people.
It's a fact.
I love August.
Remember that wild thunder and lightning storm we had two Saturdays back? Well, did you hear about Juli Mahoney's tree? During the storm Juli and three friends and one small child, Mikey, were in her home when they heard a very, very loud "Wham!" The house shook and things flew off shelves and Juli screamed, louder than she ever had in her entire life.
"She was born in West Tisbury, and she died in West Tisbury.
Tonight is the annual summer meeting with the selectmen at the Community Center at 7 pm.