Home 2016 September

Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Martha’s Vineyard Wind Festival blows into town

The residents of the houses lining Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs may be used to looking out their front windows and spying a kite...

Hunter pace competition will be held on Sunday

The Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council will host a hunter pace competition this Sunday, Sept. 11, starting at the West Tisbury School parking lot at...

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways, on film

“Madly,” which played at the Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival on Tuesday, Sept. 6, and “The Innocents,” which will play Sunday, Sept. 10, examine...

'The Second Girl' play preview

“The Second Girl,” Ronan Noone’s play about two Irish immigrants and an American chauffeur searching for love, success, and a sense of belonging, previews...

Wampanoag Pow Wow honors young warriors

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will host its annual Pow Wow this Saturday, Sept. 10, and Sunday, Sept. 11, at Aquinnah Circle....

Experience Best Fest

The seventh annual Best Fest will take place in Oak Bluffs this Saturday, Sept. 10. There will be a parade featuring the Extraordinary Rendition...

Charlie Nadler lit up Alex’s Place with laughs

Island-born and -raised Charlie Nadler is making his mark as a standup comic in New York City, but he hasn't forgotten his roots. Every...

Marion J. Meigs

Marion J. Meigs of Falmouth, Maine, and Edgartown, died on August 30, 2016, in Yarmouth, Maine. She was formerly of Sonoma, Calif., and West...

Terry Ann Andrade memorial service

Terry died on July 12, 2016, in Dunedin, Fla., after a long battle with cancer. There will be a memorial service in honor of...

SSA resumes service as Hermine begins to inch west and diminish

Updated 6:30 pm, TuesdayFrom the National Weather Service: Early this morning Hermine was about 100 miles south of Block Island and inching west. The storm...

SSA diverts Oak Bluffs trips to Vineyard Haven

8:25 am, MondayThe Steamship Authority announced Monday morning the cancellation of the freight boat Governor's early morning trips. She has resumed operation.The ferry Martha's Vineyard...

SSA anticipates Monday cancellations; HyLine, Island Queen cancel Monday service

Updated 11 am, Sunday, Sept. 4Tropical storm Hermine continues to move northeast. She is expected to bring tropical storm conditions to the Vineyard through...

Gannon and Benjamin boatyard launches a wooden goddess

On a warm, breezy September Friday afternoon fit for the gods, Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway launched the Nat Benjamin–designed 31-foot gaff sloop Artemis,...

Danish company backs Vineyard offshore wind project

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has acquired OffshoreMW, which holds an offshore lease for 160,000 acres 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard to develop a...

Comedian Charlie Nadler will return to Alex's Place on Saturday

Oak Bluffs native Charlie Nadler will return to the stage at Alex's Place at the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard this Saturday, September 3, at...

Martha's Vineyard yard sales – on our interactive map.

There are yard sales all over the Island this weekend.With our interactive map, all your need is your phone, and our handy map:

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: August 22–26, 2016

EdgartownAug. 23, Michael and Joann Urquhart sold 22 Bold Meadow Road to Andrea J. Dellechiaie and Risa S. Wexler for $755,000.Aug. 25, Mary Kristin...

Susan H. Macy

Susan H. Macy, 92, died Thursday, September 1, 2016 at her home in Vineyard Haven. She was the wife of Eliot E. Macy who...

Sailing Heals Martha’s Vineyard

At 53 feet, 44 tons, and at 7.8 knots, the polished wooden sailing yacht cut through gentle waves and a steady wind before tacking....

‘Sticks and Stones’: New vistas from Lew French

In his just-released book, “Sticks and Stones: The Designs of Lew French,” Island stoneworker Lew French, 58, offers us stunning new perspectives about the...