Monthly Archives: August 2011
In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.
Despite last weekend's storm, the Wind Festival was launched at Featherstone on Friday, Aug. 26.
The 16th Annual Labor Day Artisans Festival, marks the summer season's end with an extravagant display of the Island's artistic talents.
Ben Taylor, John Forte, Carly Simon & friends performed a benefit concert for the Rockhouse Foundation & the Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard.
Flatbread Company, located in Nectar's near the airport, will expand their benefit nights from one to two a week for September and October.
If you like champagne, specifically Veuve Clicquot, Atria is the place to be Wednesday night, Sept.
That the SSA was able to recover so quickly from the suspension of service Sunday had much to do with boatline preparations and nimble fleet adjustments.
Hazel Wald Hunt, who spent her childhood summers in North Tisbury and who leaves five first cousins on the Vineyard, died on August 20 in Lucca, Italy, of heart failure.
Michelle Laurie died peacefully on July 1, 2011, following a courageous battle against brain cancer.
A look at inns and hotels around the Island offering dinner, whether you'll be spending the night or not.
Saturday evening, Sept. 3, do yourself and your friends a favor: take them to hear American roots-based music at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Simple. Telling. Funny. Politics, current issues and everyday life are the stuff of Mr. Blakeman's comic work, on display at the Grange Hall.
One wouldn't expect a drama about divorce to be a feel good story, but playwright Kathleen McGhee-Anderson has managed to pull off that feat.
She earned the name "Hellcat" for her driving habits, but it fit her personality. It was a title she accepted and wore with good grace her entire life.
Keith Elliot Graves, 57, of Holyoke and formerly of Martha's Vineyard, died at Holyoke Medical Center on August 23, 2011.
An upgrade to an all-digital network by Comcast, the Island's cable television provider, offers Martha's Vineyard customers more viewing choices.
On Tuesday, South Beach reopened to swimming. Power is being restored across the Island. And shellfish beds are open to clamming.
On Sunday morning, the National Weather Service recorded sustained winds of 36 mph, with gusts of 47 mph at the Martha's Vineyard Airport.
Rain likely, mainly before 2pm. South wind 35 to 45 mph. Cloudy during the early evening, then gradual clearing,