Yearly Archives: 2012
Martha's Vineyard galleries and boutiques in Oak Bluffs hosted a stroll.
Children from the past 12 years of classes at Garden Gate Child Development Center in Tisbury will show their work in the Pebble Gallery at Featherstone Center for the Arts on July 19 and 20.
Photographer Mariana Cook's gelatin silver prints go on exhibit at Vineyard Haven's new A Gallery on July 21.
On tap at the Field Gallery in West Tisbury are 3-D multi-media art and oil paintings by two artists.
It's "The Sound of Music" as you've never experienced it.
The Oak Bluffs Library book sale, a local author's book gets film option, the next Tuesdays at Twilight concert, music by Holly Near and Noah Stuber.
The U.S. Ambassadors of Sound is how the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society has dubbed the group that they are hosting for their next concert.
This week we tried the frozen Arnold Palmer from Big Dipper and a few savory drinks from Martha's Vineyard Chowder Company, just a few doors down.
The concert will benefit Freedom Guide Dogs, of which Mr. Crohan's dog is a graduate, and Martha's Vineyard Cancer Support Group.
Aquinnah boasts Orange Peel Bakery, Dreamcatcher, Faith's Seafood Shack, The Aquinnah Shop, and The Outermost Inn.
Blitz Fitness held its annual karate Kick-A-Thon on June 16, at the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club.
The Vineyard's 12 year-old all stars bowed out in the final game of the Mass. District 7 tourney, thanks to Middleborough ace Sam Henrie.
Fifty-Four runners beat the heat Saturday morning in Oak Bluffs in the second annual Run to the Rink.
Joel Rebello and Billy Jackson hit home runs as the first place Hurricanes atoned for an earlier defeat to the Brewhas with a win Monday night.
The 2011 finalists met for the first time this season and the Snaps came out on top in a game that lived up to the billing.
Jawsfest: The Tribute has received numerous questions regarding our Summer for the Sharks conservation initiative, with people wondering if we are against the Boston Big Game Monster Shark Tournament that commences this week.
I've been asking the selectmen and harbor folks for five years or so to let the public view the web cams at Lake Tashmoo and the Lagoon boat ramps, but it must be too much of a hassle to give us the web address to the web cams or to let the MVTimes put it on the web cam page so we all can keep an eye on boats and see what's going on.
Our sincere thanks to Rose Styron, her friends, and friends of Women Empowered, who attended "An Evening with Rose Styron" at the Harbor View Hotel on July 11.
I thank the EMTs and medical personnel at our hospital whose prompt action removed my husband Rupert immediately and safely to Boston last week.
Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard thanks the many people and organizations that made for a successful Fourth of July fireworks cruise into Edgartown harbor.