Monthly Archives: July 2012
Upcoming exhibit at Martha's Vineyard's Eisenhauer Gallery will feature Kinkead, Calleri and Konigsberg.
The Times tried a Startini from l'etoile and a Sinful Chocolate frappe from Mad Martha's.
The subjects of accomplished television and film producer Larry Mollin's latest project are two historical figures very close to his heart.
July 7 will mark the opening of Stone Wall Market Place in Vineyard Haven.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum's new property in Vineyard Haven played host to the annual Evening of Discovery event.
"Where Horses Fly" is a literary work. It entertained and informed me about the human experience and specifically about my own.
Patrons of two popular West Tisbury restaurants can now order beer and wine, but they can no longer bring their own.
The three top contributors to Ms. Warren's campaign are Emily's List, $306,908, Harvard University, $157,451, and Moveon.org, $47,140.
Elizabeth Warren stopped on the Vineyard over the weekend to raise dollars and talk about the issues.
Capt. Robert S. Douglas, designer, builder, and captain of the topsail schooner Shenandoah, has contributed greatly to the Island's maritime character.
Three films will be shown this week with various Vineyard film groups. Titles are "Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Kaddish for a Friend," & "Monsieur Lazhar."
"A" is the name; Vineyard Haven is the place for Martha's Vineyard's newest gallery.
This year's Summer Institute presents eight Sunday evening movies and seven speakers from the front lines of politics and economics, beginning July 5.
C. J. "Cee Jay" Jones, 95, and Warren Norman Agard, 87, traveled to Washington last week to receive the nation's highest civilian honor.