Monthly Archives: July 2011
In response to
After Memorial Day, I had written asking
The economy has been challenging for us all.
To Rose Ryley of Oak Bluffs who, in her
I have known Mike Trusty for nine years.
Six years ago, the agencies working from the Vineyard Housing Office in Tisbury had a ready answer to the criticism that the Island's housing soup has too many cooks.
The Steamship Authority marks 50 years of growth since the state remade the ferry line in 1960. But traffic volumes have stagnated in the last decade.
Oak Bluffs selectmen must seize the reins and lead their town toward a prosperous destination.
July 8 was Philanthropy Day on Martha's Vineyard.
More than 90 teenagers came out for the 9th annual Vineyard Streetball Classic at Niantic Park and showcased their athletic abilities.
The first was ArtCliff Diner's food truck. Now comes Irie Bites. What's next?
Independence Day on the Vineyard meant getting families and friends together for an afternoon celebration in Edgartown to celebrate.
Sponsored by HBO and Uptown magazine, Martha's Vineyard Comedy Fest has planned four weekends of comedy shows starting July 7.
Whether you live on or are visiting Martha's Vineyard, you should take advantage of the calm water spots perfect for kayaking and boating.
More than 1,300 fans went to the Martha's Vineyard Sharks game on Sunday, July 3, perhaps to watch the game, and perhaps to see William Hung.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society opens its summer series on July 12 with Werner Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs.
Thursday and Sunday mornings, the Grange Hall hosts the Artisans Festival, a bustling, festive scene displaying the work of Island artists.
"I Am Hamlet" is the definition of a one-man-show. Actor Brian Morey sings, dances, and acts, telling the tragic story of the Prince of Denmark.
Celebrating Independence Day: the Fourth of July parade and fireworks in Edgartown.