Monthly Archives: May 2010
"Fast, Fresh and Green" by Susie Middleton, photographs by Ben Fink, Chronicle Books, April 2010, 224 ppg.
One way to celebrate your mom this Sunday, Mother's Day, is to take her to brunch.
The unfortunate aspect of the Cape Wind project is that it is a good project but in the wrong place.
The Dukes County Health Council's Youth Task Force (YTF) will host a presentation by Kathy Meyer of Plainville at 7 pm Friday, May 14, at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School library conference room.
Neither lack of sun nor soggy ground could dampen the spirits of Tisbury's emergency services facility (ESF) building committee, the selectmen, and community members at a ground-breaking ceremony at the West Spring Street site on Sunday afternoon, April 25.
Martha's Vineyard Transport has been doing van tours as a charter company, and has brought thousands of people to Edgartown who spent money that day and returned in the future.
The Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank Charitable Fund awarded grants totaling $9,500 to six Island nonprofits this spring.
The TasteIn its 24th year, the M.
Falmouth Academy will host a spring open house from 2 pm to 4 pm, Saturday, May 15 for families interested in learning more about the school.
I am not surprised in late April to see the vehicles of well-known Island fishermen with fishing rods on top or in the back of a truck bed.
There are wonderful opportunities to take advantage of the abundance of fish and shellfish on Martha's Vineyard.
Matthew Goldfarb, executive director of The FARM Institute, has left the organization earlier than originally announced.
Longtime Island resident Teresa Yuan has opened a new garden maintenance and design business called Yuan Gardens.
It's an expression that has sometimes been used dismissively to describe the fast-buck paintings of lobster traps, lighthouses, and postcard seascapes, but there is more to "Island art" than tourist appeal.
Games have a way of bringing people together, letting you get to know each other while laughing the night away.
You've arrived on the Vineyard and you're hungry.
It's spring, and the Vineyard is beginning to bustle with all forms of entertainment, offering big town entertainers in an up-close and personal small-town setting.
Evensong Gathering 6–7:30 pm, Unitarian Universalist Chapel, Vineyard Haven.
Alan Bresnick, 71, hasn't played a complete game of baseball since 1955 when he was a senior in high school.
The Winnetu Oceanside Resort at South Beach will again offer its popular "Islanders Stay for Free" spring promotion.