Yearly Archives: 2011
What a beautiful Memorial Day Weekend we were given.
The sun finally came out.
With whom should I speak, in an attempt to educate and redirect these social prejudices? I'm seeking the individual who writes for "This Week Martha's Vineyard," issue 171, [Published by Vineyard Vacations] that is littering the streets of this fine community, in this great land we call America.
There were plenty of places to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend in and around Oak Bluffs and Edgartown.
Seeded 15th, the Martha's Vineyard girls' lacrosse team hosted the Green Wave of Abington, seeded 20 in the MIAA Division 2 preliminary round, Friday.
The National League teams defeated the American League teams in the Major League half of Sunday's All Stars double-header at Veira Park, Oak Bluffs, in a game marked by effective pitching and fielding, 2-1.
Last weekend's annual Friends of Family Planning Art Show included a wide variety of art in all media.
This has been a wonderful year for rhododendrons, the plants appearing to be at capacity for numbers of flower trusses.
Tracy Thorpe had every reason to be nervous last Saturday morning.
For the first time in 346 years, a Wampanoag from the Island has earned a B.A. from Harvard University, which simultaneously righted an old wrong.
The Steamship Authority (SSA) announced a new mobile website developed for use with smartphones that include the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service awards a grant to the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) to develop a cooperative management plan for Menemsha Pond.
May and June are peak months for harbor seals to give birth along the Northeastern coast.
Four athletes from Martha's Vineyard Regional High School competed in the fifth annual Special Olympics of Massachusetts South Sectional (SOMA) Cape Cod School Day Games, held at Mashpee High School last Friday.
This fishing season, with some exceptions, anyone who wets a line must hold a Massachusetts saltwater fishing permit.
Chef AJ Black, owner and restaurateur of IL Tesoro at the Terrace in Edgartown and IL Tesoro Ristorante Sanibel Island, announced that he will be opening on the upper east side of Manhattan in September, according to a press release.
The West Tisbury softball team claimed the Vineyard's interscholastic championship by defeating Oak Bluffs, 8-6, to qualify for the finals versus Edgartown, then claimed the spoils by downing the Eagles, 10-6.
Memorial Day weekend has passed, the summer has officially begun.
Four hundred-thirty-two runners completed the annual Oak Bluffs Memorial Day 5K road race Sunday on Martha's Vineyard.
Was it not just yesterday that I was looking forward to the snow? And now here we are in June.