Monthly Archives: May 2012
The Inaugural Pink & Green Weekend Festival features many Mother's Day themed events and will kick off Friday, May 11, culminating on Sunday, May 13.
See Vineyarder Jane Loutzenhiser in a Falmouth production of "Pippen" over the next two weekends.
The Vineyard Playhouse is holding auditions for Actors' Equity Association (AEA) actors on Monday, May 7, from 10 am until 4 pm.
It's 70s night at the Lampost this Saturday, May 5, a benefit for the Martha's Vineyard U-12 soccer team.
A horror movie buff's horror movie.
The Family Center at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School is a multifaceted resource that has served Island families and students in many ways during its 15 years.
The Tisbury Volunteer Ambulance Association thanks you for your outpouring support for our fundraiser, "Respond in Style, Go Red For Women" on April 28.
This past Saturday, the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard held its second annual Healthy Kids Day event, part of the national YMCA's Healthy Kids Day™ initiative.
Times are changing.
On behalf of the directors of the Island Autism Group Inc (IAG) and families with children with autism on the Island, I thank everyone who made our recent fundraiser, Splurge for a Cause, a glowing success.
Island artists, poets, musicians, videographers and fun lovers were treated to a month-long series of arts events in the month of April.
When we all finally realize the natural beauty of an island within an Island – the roundabout, that is – then we can seize upon it as the great opportunity that it truly is for a wonderful landscape, providing smooth traffic flow.
It is noteworthy and gratifying to have the Island towns voting on Oak Bluffs traffic patterns.
The Oak Bluffs selectmen decided not to allow the Oak Bluffs voter to vote the question of the Roundabout.
Saturday we were driving toward Vineyard Haven at noon, and just past 250 State Road in West Tisbury came upon the young Nip 'n' Tuck draft horses cavorting around in a very excitable state alongside and on the road.
I never expected to see
There are many varieties of morons in America, but there is a particular breed on Martha's Vineyard that is becoming problematic.
Start with the good news.
If you've lived here as long as I have, the coincident arrival of spring and cold, rainy, easterly weather is unsurprising.
Imagine running a service that sees demand double each year from February to April, double again from April to May, again from May to June and again from June to July.