Monthly Archives: June 2011
A memorial service will be held for Barbara Stix Lipke at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, July 12, at the Grange in West Tisbury.
Donald Leslie Britt, 80, died in Gray, Maine, on June 22.
Presented in cooperation with The Rogers & Hammerstein Organization, Doug Elkins and Friends presents "FraÃ¼lein Maria," a family-friendly event.
A memorial service for Leander Carney Brown, 73, of Oak Bluffs will be held in Waban Park (Dennis Alley Park) at 10 am on July 3.
Dorothy Frost Gentle, 95, died on Sunday, June 26, at her Edgartown home.
Charles Simberg, 73, of Scottsdale, Ariz.
Eliot Eldridge "Bud" Macy, 90, died on Monday, June 27, 2011 at his Vineyard Haven home.
Photo of the Stanley Cup and Frank Malowski's bike that commemorates the September 11 attack.
Edgartown makes a deal that should yield $8 million in savings over 20 years, from solar power installation.
Schoolgirls killed, the gunman forgiven. "The Amish Project" with Island Theatre Workshop considers the apparent contradiction.
Rupert, a renegade rooster on Leonard Circle, gets a free pass on properties where homeowners deny the town access, town counsel recently advised.
The culturally diverse show at Shephard Fine ArtSpace is the result of owner Melissa Breese's inspiration, and some globally conscious friends.
Minstrels, face painters, fire eaters, and more – the Cinema Circus rehearses its merrymaking.
The two characters in Bill C. Davis' play "Coming2Terms"are Jeremy (Todd Gearhart) and Sara (Kelly McAndrew), best friends since childhood.
School's out, but plans for next year have been made, including new principals at the Tisbury and Oak Bluffs schools.
We asked two Island gallery owners, Michael Hunter of PIKNIK and Elizabeth Eisenhauer of Eisenhauer Gallery, what trends we should be tuned into.
As long as you're up for some fresh fruits, the 23rd annual Strawberry Festival at West Tisbury Church served up a wide selection of desserts.
IMP for Kids and the YMCA Dance Program joined forces to help raise awareness about bullying.
Fan reactions to one of the first public Stanley Cup outings.