Yearly Archives: 2013
Bostonians Ryan Montbleau and Christian McNeill join Islanders Alex Karalekas and Willy Mason on Monday, August 19.
In a bit of a departure from previous vacations, the president and his family watched the Oak Bluffs fireworks from a private home.
True to their name, it was an all-out dance party last Friday.
Artists such as Traeger di Pietro worked with a new surface: old skateboard decks, for a fundraiser.
Owner Michael Hunter has found a new satisfaction in responsibly-sourced fashion, eschewing labels that produce goods in settings that abuse people or animals.
While the risk of infection in humans is low on Martha's Vineyard, state health officials advise caution.
The Sharks dethroned the two-time defending champions from Nashua with a 6-3 win in front of a loud, enthusiastic home crowd at the Shark Tank.
Emmy-award winning filmmaker and former New York Times writer Dinitia Smith's new play "Dirty Secrets" at next Monday Night Special.
From the pet show and animal barn to puppets and sack races, there is a lot for kids to do at the Ag Fair.
Lots of new things to see and do at the fair this year.
After a statement on Egypt, the president played another round of golf, then welcomed his two daughters to the Island.
Vineyarder Tad Gold, Chris Miller, Ryan Siegel, Nick Sanford, and Dylan Tice all got hits in a six-run seventh as the Sharks won 11-2 in Nashua.
Perfect weather brought a large crowd to see the cherished Island tradition.
President Barack Obama made time to golf and to dine out with Michelle during his first few days on Martha's Vineyard.
Edgartown business owners welcome the Obama family and embrace their patriotic spirit
The mood is hopeful but restrained among Vineyard Haven business owners, who would welcome a visit from the Obamas.
Wednesday before the fair was a busy day for volunteers
"There was nothing suspicious," Sergeant Stone said.
Closer to home, the debate continues in West Tisbury over the fate of the Mill Pond dam.
Two Kemp's Ridley sea turtles who've lived at the New England Aquarium for about eight months were released Wednesday afternoon into the Atlantic Ocean at Long Point Wildlife Refuge.