Monthly Archives: July 2010
In Summer League hockey action at the Arena, the White team led 2-0 only to be tied by the Golds, 2-2 in the first game.
Tuesday, at Tisbury's Veterans War Memorial Park all the league teams were in action except the Shady Ladies.
The combination of Helen Green and Anne Lemenager is proving all but unbeatable in the ladies member–member tourney.
Norma (Smith) Falce, 73, of Wethersfield, Conn.
Thank you to the town of Chilmark Highway Department for the beautiful work they have been doing clearing the North Road.
The Sheriff's Meadow Foundation (SMF) weathered the storm, literally.
No ifs, ands, maybes, probablys or buts.
Nell Irvin Painter, Edwards Professor of American History, Emerita, at Princeton University, will speak Thursday evening at the Chilmark Community Center on her book, "The History of White People.
The Aquinnah selectmen plan to meet in public session at 8 am this morning with town counsel Ron Rappaport to discuss the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head's decision to close off a path that had previously provided walking access to Lobsterville Beach.
Heather Neill, best known for her imagery, her sharp wit, meticulous detailing and her ability to create stunning images, may have just outdone herself with her latest effort.
The Vineyard Playhouse and Artistic Director MJ Bruder Munafo present "The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall" from July 22 to August 7, the New England premiere of a new comedy by Sam Forman, directed by Johanna McKeon.
The 68th annual Feast of the Holy Ghost took place the past weekend at the Portuguese-American Club.
The heat seems relentless as we head into the last week of July.
Smootch is the meticulously kept, luxuriously appointed white motor yacht moored to the face of the nearby marina's dock.
The November election is still four months away, but nomination deadlines are near for nine two-year seats on the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC).
"Cooler Heads" by William Harlan Richter.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum held its 12th annual Evening of Discovery on Thursday, July 15, at the Vose family's spectacular Tower Hill site overlooking Edgartown Harbor.
A special collaboration of The Yard, the Martha's Vineyard Film Society, and Benjamin Hall will bring the documentary, "Dancing Across Borders" to the Capawock Theatre on Sunday afternoon, July 25.
Cape Light Compact promises a reduced rate for electricity from now through January 2011, nine percent lower than what we've been paying during the first half of the year.
A very talented band of troubadours has landed on Martha's Vineyard briefly to stage an original outdoor show before heading on to New York City's Fringe Festival.