Monthly Archives: August 2012
Overlooking a landscape not significantly changed in 300 years, executive director Adam Moore asked supporters for their help.
Canopies over part of the grocery store's parking area shade shoppers and generate electricity. More coming.
Jose Juan Rodriguez, Jr.
Studios will open their doors to visiting teachers from around the country, giving local practitioners a chance to experience something new.
The aptly named giant swallowtail, one of the largest and most strikingly marked butterflies occurring in North America, has paid us a visit.
As a young man, Philip A.
It is starting to feel relaxed again on the Island – everywhere except the competitive duplicate bridge tables.
Joyce Maxner, director of Music Together of Martha's Vineyard, announced that after 15 years of instructing she has decided to hand over the business to her daughter, Jennifer Maxner Powers, who has been teaching with her for the past 3 years.
Julie Pringle of Tisbury made Dean's List at Tufts University, where she is double-majoring in Biology and Environmental Science.
Amanda Filley and Marco Canora of Chappaquiddick announce the birth of a daughter, Zadie Maria Canora, on August 22 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Jason Bourne on the lam again, this action-adventure has a new hero.
Political comedian Scott Blakeman will perform at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury this Saturday, Sept.
There is no Oak Bluffs column this week.
One week until school starts! Can you believe it? I can almost smell the pencil shavings and sweet new pink erasers.
The air is heavy, humid.
You have only a few days left to register for Cycle Martha's Vineyard.
Oh September, I can feel you coming.
Labor Day is upon us.
Cyclists will raise money for Windemere and other charities.
Billy Jackson, Seth Abbott, and Matt Goethals all homered in an 11-run fourth as the Hurricanes got off to a fast start in the championship series.