Monthly Archives: March 2013
Elizabeth Whelan and fellow quilter Jan Paul will hold a one day workshop on April 7 with the aim of encouraging a new generation of hand quilters.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School junior Maddie Scott, an avid musician, has entered a contest for female percussionists.
Trying hard to be another "Hangover," this film is unabashedly profane.
Jeannette Johnson of Edgartown died on March 21 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital following a short illness.
There will be a memorial gathering for Linda Wood at 6:30 pm, Thursday, March 28, at the P-A Club in Oak Bluffs.
Linda Marinelli, formerly of Oak Bluffs, died peacefully on January 31, 2013, in Mashpee, where she had been living.
This Sunday, Vineyarders will celebrate Easter and Passover in their own ways, often with traditions handed down from parents and grandparents.
This week Kaylea asked local drink servers what they like to drink, and what is most popular at their establishments.
The new line features separates "” dresses, tops, jackets, and pants "” in a neutral palette centered around navy blue, silver, grey, and white.
There will be a memorial service for Elizabeth R.
The town leaders took part in the National March for Meals campaign.
Chief Peter Forend said he can no longer balance the demands of the chief's position with his full time job.
The top seeded Suns withstood a furious Lakers rally in the fourth quarter to win the series 2-1 and cap off a 15-2 championship season.
Road closures on Chappaquiddick are possible as engineers begin to ramp up for the complex engineering project which awaits final approval.
Police and emergency personnel spent hours looking for the operator of a Land Rover that crashed through a guard rail and ended up in a wooded ravine.
Hanna Persson of Edgartown placed in the top ten out of 5,106 entries in the portrait category with a photograph titled "Surgical Pain."
The fair is designed to help adults who find themselves struggling to stay afloat in a sea of technology.
The last couple of two-person shows feature work by four young women who have all studied for four years with Janice Frame, who retires this year.
Anthony Lewis, the retired, Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times reporter, columnist, and author who wrote important studies of the Supreme Court and the First Amendment, died on Monday at his home in Cambridge.