Yearly Archives: 2011
Happy Derby, people! That's right, the 66th Annual Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Tournament is in full swing and will continue until October 15, and the stories are already rolling in.
The MVRHS Class of 1961 held their 50th reunion over the weekend of September 16–18, and by all accounts, all had a fabulous time.
four cyclists on a wire high in the air.
Abigail Alice and Charlotte Elizabeth MacyCasey Correira-Macy and Isaac Bruce Macy of New Bedford announce the birth of their twin daughters, Abigail Alice and Charlotte Elizabeth Macy, on September 15 at Providence Women & Infants Hospital.
Some gardeners throw in the trowel about now, but there are plenty of seasonal options when it comes to color.
Pia Webster has never forgotten the trip she made to France many years ago, and she hopes to make similar opportunities available to others.
Dramatic weight loss in pets can indicate a number of conditions, including diabetes.
She's a dancer, a surfer, a landscaper, and she has a line of clothing. What next for this young Chilmarker?
Dan Waters "” poet, printer, black belt, shoe salesman, guitar picker, graphic artist, freelance writer "” has cobbled together a fully creative life.
Rodney Maynard Elden died at Windemere on September 19 in Oak Bluffs at the age of 91.
The Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown hosted the Martha's Vineyard Arena benefit golf tournament on Monday this week.
The Vineyard field hockey team played twice this week against tough competition.
Aubrey McCormick drilled home a late equalizer to lift the Vineyard girls varsity soccer team to a 2-2 tie with the Coyle and Cassidy Warriors in an Eastern Athletic Conference match at Dan McCarthy Field on Tuesday.
Bishop Feehan arrived on Tuesday to try their hand against the high-flying Vineyard golfers and left with a 248-255 win in their pockets.
Tuesday, the Vineyard varsity boys soccer team won its second Eastern Athletic Conference game, dropping Coyle-Cassidy, 4-1.
In two separate cases, fishermen who did not hold valid saltwater fishing permits weighed in fish only to see the Derby give the fish the boot.
Couture clothes, runway shows, frantic designers doing last minute fittings – not the scene you'd expect on the Vineyard in September.
Well, we have definitely headed into the weather that requires a fall sweater or jacket on hand to chase the chill away.
The exhibit is comprised of 20 "sun boxes." Each one cradles a speaker, solar panel, and PC board strumming a continuously looped guitar note.
Among the top 10 reasons to love the Vineyard is the manner in which the Island nourishes, supports, and recognizes its artists.