Yearly Archives: 2012
Here are some important back to school 2012 numbers.
Big Brothers Big Sisters on Martha's Vineyard is happy to team up with Mink Meadows and the Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank to stage the 24th Howard W.
Molly Stark scored from a direct kick with 18 minutes left in the match to lift Whitinsville Christian to a 2-1 win over the visiting Vineyarders on Saturday.
120 golfers played in the annual Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club tourney at the Edgartown Golf Club. The event raised more than $9000.
The Vineyarders jumped out to a 5-0 lead by halftime and picked up their first Eastern Athletic Conference win of the young season.
A collection of watercolors by Hiroko Nakamura Thomson is on exhibit this month at the Chilmark Library.
The four day Martha's Vineyard International Film Festival christened their new theater in Vineyard Haven.
Jason Bourne on the lam again, this action-adventure has a new hero.
Following a planning grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Martha's Vineyard Museum is unveiling a timeline exhibit of Island history.
Martha's Vineyard Literary Events from 9/13 - 9/20.
The summer breeze is still blowing, but the school bell has rung. For parents, this most likely means time to restock school supplies and clothes.
Top 5 Bestsellers from Edgartown Books & Bunch of Grapes, and 5 rarities from Book Den East.
A benefit of year-round Island living is participating in the literature "courses" offered by Swarthmore professor Philip Weinstein.
M.V. Fashion Week is back for its sophomore year and founder Trena Morrison promises, "The fashion this year has stepped up about 100 notches."
I asked a chef, a fisherman, a health coach, and a fish market owner, "What do you do with all that fish?"
The exercise is conducted to facilitate training for alert pilots on intercept procedures, the Air Force said.
Although it took seven years, real estate broker Jim Feiner's dream to create a private affordable housing project is coming to fruition.
In many of the pageants, the actors took on the roles of their ancestors, playing the parts of their grandparents and great-grandparents with gusto.