Yearly Archives: 2012
James Todd of Oak Bluffs at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania.
April 24, Nicholas C.
Who thought it would ever happen? The tried and true, stand-up-to-the weather, functional fixture at Bliss Pond Farm has been replaced.
It was the weekend of the "super moon," the weekend of the Taylor family block party, the Chilmark Community Potluck Jam and just a nice sunny Sunday after a week of rain.
JoAnn Murphy is proud to announce that her daughter, Kimberly, is opening her new practice in our town.
We had an active weekend of celebration, complete with birthdays, anniversaries, Cinco de Mayo, Kentucky Derby, family in from out of town.
Mothers' special day is Sunday.
There are cygnets on the Mill Pond.
The 2011 French film "Declaration of War" takes that familiar trope about love and war and merrily turns it on its head.
Nick HallBilsback's film "The Fall of New Atlantis" has been nominated for the outstanding film award in the School of Visual Arts Film Festival.
Mother's Day is here, this Sunday, May 13, and hopefully you have gotten your mother something special to say thank you for all she does.
Afternoon concert by the Composer-Performer-Repertory Ensemble offers chamber music composed by the musicians.
The third annual Garden Tea Party and Fashion Show is Saturday. The Art of Flowers show begins Sunday.
Director Tim Burton gets it on again with Johnny Depp in this revival of the 1960s cult-classic soap opera, without the drama.
The Vineyard baseball team won two of three games last week to stand at 8-4, two games shy of clinching a state tourney berth.
A's pitchers combine to throw perfect game against Cards in little league action last weekend.
Martha's Vineyard Community Tennis will offer tennis lessons for beginning adults at Farm Neck on May 19.
The high school sailors qualified for the wild card playoffs and Jeremy Alley-Tarter broke the track record in the 800m at Westwood by four seconds.