Monthly Archives: June 2011
The state has taken action to suspend the law license of Edgartown attorney Edward "Pete" Vincent Jr.
At Polly Hill Arboretum in West Tisbury, Susie Bowman talked about easy ways to attract butterflies to your garden.
Welcome to our darling granddaughters, Rory and Fiona Mayhew, who arrived this week to brighten our days.
I am in love.
Time to fire up those grills and celebrate the land of the free and home of the brave with hot dogs and beach days and fireworks and parades.
Summer officially started last week on Tuesday and you can really feel it in town.
Menemsha is now complete.
Monday morning the view across the water towards the mainland was magnificent.
Photos of trend setters
Rick Willoughby, Willoughby Gallery, Edgartown: "A trend in anything is the direction something moves in, and that applies no matter what the subject.
Trends come and go, but do we as an Island keep up with them or even acknowledge them, especially in the area of jewelry art?
Chris Morse, owner of three Vineyard galleries, talks about trends.
Photo technology is creating a seismic shift in photographers' art, the effects of which are just beginning to be seen, Island photographers report.
Three teachers, who range in age from 70 to barely 30, note the same trend in their classroom: a powerful motivation generating from their students
Opening tonight at Featherstone Center for the Arts, the work of boat-builder father and artist daughter, Rick and Emme Brown.
Gallery owner Kara Taylor is intense, complicated, spiritual and, she'll admit, unpredictable.
At Louisa Gould Gallery: Christopher Pendergast and Maya Farber's paintings, Jeanne Campbell's photos, and Ron Sievertson's glass work.
What's going on at L'Elegance, Granary, Shaw Cramer, Featherstone, and Simon galleries.
Heather Capece's art work is being featured this month at the West Tisbury Public Library.
Vegetable gardeners shift to nurturing maturing plants and planning for fall crops. Roses need attention, too, and watch out for invasives.