Yearly Archives: 2013
She uses a variety of sources in her work: The imprint label from an antique Russian bond, designs from Moroccan henna tattoos, and Arabic script.
A number of Island artists join forces: Basia Jaworska Silva, Linda Ziegler, Linda Ziegler, musician/singer Bella, and more.
Sold out last year, documentary filmmaker Lauren Greenfield is back with the award winning film.
The acclaimed storytelling production brings true stories told live, with a Martha's Vineyard twist.
In the second edition of the MVC review of Stop & Shop's expansion plan, the focus was on the town parking lot.
Shaun Sicsico, 19, accused of causing serious brain injuries to his infant daughter, is next due in court on August 9.
When, what it will cost, and coordination with Verizon and Comcast remain to be worked out.
The Department of Public Health urged residents to take precautions against mosquito bites.
One in a long line of of celebrated pigs – think Wilbur – Thunder will be missed by many.
The busy agenda included a discussion of the Stop & Shop expansion and the planned demolition of the old DPW barn.
All sides said they had reached a mutual agreement that was satisfactory to everyone. They said little else.
Whatever option the boatline chooses, rate payers can expect the costs to own and operate a new vessel reflected at the fare box.
Scuba diving off State Beach, Stephen Worrell and his son Dylan discovered an unusual piece of art with an interesting provenance.
The Martha's Vineyard high school teacher is among a select group testing cutting edge technology that puts a wearable computer on an eyeglass frame.
Preliminary findings show Oak Bluffs town hall and Oak Bluffs fire station are in such bad shape, demolition may be the most cost effective solution.
Happening by, Martha's Vineyard Dig Safe inspector halted an excavation that might have trashed utility service in Oak Bluffs.
Leslie Hurd transports dogs from the Virgin Islands to Martha's Vineyard through her nonprofit Angels Saving Helpless Animals.
The fish cakes were crunchy and tasty and made a delicious snack. But catching a striped bass is the first step.
Steven James, tournament organizer, said he expects future participation will wane in what he described as the town's unfriendly environment.
Monster Shark tournament mayhem was muted this year, thanks to prescient planning by police, and funds contributed by contestants.