Yearly Archives: 2012
The Martha's Vineyard Breast Cancer Support Group hosts its annual event, Get Your Pink On, this coming Wednesday, Oct.
This film is a riveting action thriller that puts audiences at the center of the chase and a police drama that celebrates the value of friendship and the unsung efforts of police officers when they try to keep the rest of us free from violence and evil.
Are you ready for some football? It's that time of year again. Bring on the chicken wings, chili, brisket, and beer.
I thought I'd share some of your neighbors' favorite stores and why they have elevated their choices to such heights.
Carly Simon tops the star-studded lineup of local and regional musicians joining forces to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month this Saturday.
This Saturday, Oct.
The Tisbury School Harvest festival on Sunday included a potluck supper, live music, hayrides, pumpkin decorating, face painting and games.
Aquinnah photographer Lisa Vanderhoop will exhibit her work at the Sovereign Bank in Chilmark from October 12 through November 2.
Meg Athearn of Chilmark took home the grand prize at the third annual Martha's Vineyard Local Wild Food Challenge, held this past Monday.
The award ceremony is Thursday, October 18 at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.
Weekend Plein Air Artist Sessions continue through October 28.
The loft-like A Gallery was transformed into an urban style performance art space this past Sunday, Oct. 7, during the penultimate event for the gallery.
This past Saturday, Oct. 6, the Seastreak ferry and Hurd Publishing hosted an End of Summer Cruise on the ferry.
Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs celebrated 16 years in operation at the annual Art of Chocolate Festival this past weekend.
William "Billy" Sweeney, 60, of Oak Bluffs, and formerly of West Tisbury and Medford, died on August 30 in Boston.
The talented Martha's Vineyard Regional High School junior shows up regularly at the Friday Open Stage nights at The Base Collective at Alex's Place.
The nationally acclaimed comedian brings his Humor for Humanity presidential campaign to Martha's Vineyard Friday, October 12.
State scientists set levels to restore local ponds, but meeting those levels will be not be easy or inexpensive.
Islanders drop off thousands of unwanted prescription medications safely and securely.