Monthly Archives: March 2013
Do you have a perch? A porch? Do you read on your hammock in summer or in front of the fire when it's cold?
"I get so wrapped up in the books that I'm not even aware of where I am," says Cheryl Burns.
Forecasters say the storm will affect Martha's Vineyard from Wednesday evening through Friday morning.
The 13th annual Martha's Vineyard Film Festival begins next Friday, March 15, and ends on Sunday, March 17.
Ranging in age from 17 to 60, Random Thought is a new band that came together for in an unlikely fashion.
Soup is a good solution to a bone chilling day, a food that nourishes and warms the body from the inside out.
Mark Plummer is displaying new work, featuring mainly scenic Edgartown, at Eleven North in Edgartown.
The program's goal is to encourage Martha's Vineyard artists of all disciplines to develop their creative ideas.
The Martha's Vineyard Hospital's Health Fair draws more people every year.
For a little island, we have a lot of yoga – for kids, seniors and men-only, in studios, gyms, on paddleboards and beaches.
Absent the warm weather, the members, and the sailing, there's still loads to do at the EYC in winter.
With a preponderance of sandy, acidic soils, the Vineyard is a great place to trial camellias.
They rarely bite or scratch, making them nice pets for children who are mature enough to handle them gently.
Four years running.
The Vineyard survived a fourth quarter rally by Medway to win 70-60, in the MIAA boys basketball Division 3 South regional semifinal.
Edward (Eddie) Eugene Belisle, 71, of Edgartown, died on Thursday, February 28, 2013 surrounded by family and friends at Brigham and Women's hospital in Boston.
Betty Jane Scott, 72, of Holliston, died unexpectedly on Sunday, March 3, 2013.
State police cited a West Tisbury man Sunday afternoon, March 3, after a single car accident that knocked out power to many Island homes and businesses.
The Hockey Booster Club offers a lift for fans who want to support the team.