Yearly Archives: 2011
To get the attention of an agent or a publisher, writers need to apply perfect pitch, and be concise, clear, and animated.
Richard Boyleston's interest in colonial times runs much deeper than his genealogical connection.
Writers are turning to creative ways to get their work out these days. Self-publishing is just one of them.
A fixture in the Oak Bluffs summer scene was kept away by a failing heart this year, and he was missed by many.
Plants from away keep trying to get a foothold on the Island, and they're not always welcome.
It started as a tiny one-woman shop on Water Street in Vineyard Haven 45 years ago. Now it's a fixture on Main Street with a worldwide reputation.
The big news this week, as we all know, was Irene's visit.
The wind howled.
Just enough to make a bit of a mess but not enough for serious complications.
Lo and behold, it's Labor Day Weekend.
We were lucky with the storm.
With Irene plowing up the coast and headed our way, the Hurricanes claimed the game, the series, and the title, 22-13.
The 12th annual Richie Madeiras memorial Softball Tournament, planned as a two-day tourney, was abbreviated to a one-day, one-pitch affair, Saturday, at Tisbury's War Veterans Memorial Park.
At the first light of day for the past week, students have returned to the athletic fields at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School to prepare for the upcoming fall season.
Despite predictions and warnings of extreme weather to come, 140 intrepid runners and walkers showed up to meet the challenge of the 24th annual Sullivan 5K Road Race to benefit the Martha's Vineyard Hospital, Saturday.
Four Island tennis players are heading to the women's Nationals after winning the New England Championships in Springfield last weekend.
It's been a summer of jazz on the Vineyard, between the first annual MV Jazz Festival and jazz musicians playing a part in various Island programs.