Yearly Archives: 2013
Anthony "Tony" Correllus, 30, of Oak Bluffs passed away on May 31, 2013, in Zanesville, Ohio.
Both Traeger and Kenneth Vincent are the subjects of North Water Gallery's next reception this Thursday, July 11.
Director Ann Smith and friends honored Carl Mueller and Nancy Blank on Monday evening.
Beatrice Vanderhoop Gentry, a daughter of Gay Head and one of the first Native American teachers for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, who helped change federal education policies to allow Indian children to learn about their own language and culture in school, died Sunday, July 7, at her home in Aquinnah, surrounded by her family.
Edgartown selectmen asked NSTAR reps what it would cost to bury utility wires as an alternative to heavy poles.
The Thursday night dance party is a benefit to raise funds for the final editing of "The Same Heart," a film by Media Voices for Children.
It is the second time this season water samples showed more than the allowable limit of enterococci bacteria.
Days before the procession set off down Main Street, parade participants were busy preparing their floats.
This is the 145th year the collection of Martha's Vineyard musicians will provide outdoor concerts in Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven.
Writer/filmmaker Abigail McGrath and her husband, Tony, have welcomed and supported creative people for 12 years in their Oak Bluffs home.
First-time novelist Amin Ahmad scores with "The Caretaker," a new thriller recently published by St. Martin's Press.
Her favorite Island spots are Long Point, Stonewall Beach, Zack's Cliffs, and Moshup's Trail, and they are all represented in her current exhibit.
Three new coffee shops have recently opened up in Edgartown.
The front-man for Dispatch and State Radio performs on Martha's Vineyard to benefit the nonprofit group, Calling All Crows.
He writes, he raps, he produces, he...plays saxophone? Devin Ferriera tells how he came to find his musical voice. On display this Saturday.
Folks packed Main Street Monday, celebrating the 42nd annual Tisbury Street Fair. Attendees enjoyed food, music, and bargains.
The Chilmark equestrain is among four dressage riders chosen to represent the Northeastern US, July 17-21, in Lexington, Kentucky.