Yearly Archives: 2013
There will be a graveside service for Marjorie (Santos) Grimmett on Saturday, July 13, at 11 am in Oak Grove Cemetery on State Road in Vineyard Haven.
The men and women who labor in the Office of Fishing and Boating Access get no glory. But they do a very good job.
Coast Guard Station Menemsha participated in a nationwide program to educate boaters about alcohol and drug use on the water.
Islanders with an idea have turned to crowd-funding websites like Kickstarter and indiegogo to capitalize their ventures.
The New York City based architect and lifelong seasonal visitor talks about her inspiration for the design of the new Edgartown Public Library.
The two construction projects with a total cost of almost $9 million are expected to be completed by February 2014.
Life-long Oak Bluffs seasonal resident Jon Shabica has found a unique way to combine two hobbies, photography and kites.
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Main Street in Vineyard Haven throws its annual party on Monday, July 8.
With 11 published books of her own on the shelf, and a 12th on its way, she is brimming with ideas for new projects.
Hear from Nicole Galland on her new book "Godiva" on July 10 at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury, a benefit for the town's library foundation.
Following a screening of "John Belushi: Dancing on the Edge," Ms. Belushi Pisano will talk about the times she and her former husband had on the Vineyard.
Cocktails, auctions, and a buffet-style dinner will help Sail M.V. connect kids with their maritime heritage.
In addition to performing "Loveland," Ms. Randolph will host a four-day writing workshop.
Both the M.V. Film Festival and the M.V. Film Society have a wide range of programming scheduled this summer.
The Vineyard Playhouse brings "Henry IV" to the Tisbury Amphitheater.
Did you know Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry could be found on South Road last weekend? Yes, Minerva McGonagall herself invited perspective students to the home of Tyler Shipway for a birthday celebration.
I looked up the Declaration of Independence and puttered around online, reading about the history lessons I have forgotten.
Time to get all decked out in red, white, and blue, fire up the grill, and partake of parade and fireworks to celebrate the land of the free and home of the brave.
Happy Birthday, U.