Monthly Archives: May 2012
"If the goal is to sell...."
"Annie" in a ballet performance is yours to enjoy at the Performing Arts Center on Sunday at 4 pm.
As of last Sunday, it looked like we were going to be fortunate weather-wise for the first long weekend holiday of the season.
All right, we made it through Memorial Day.
The sun certainly came out for Memorial Day weekend, and quite unexpectedly, according to all weather reports.
Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, but has left behind a few telltale signs — sunburned shoulders from a few too many hours at the beach; ketchup stained tee-shirts from that cookout in your uncle's backyard; red itchy welts from the mosquitoes that enjoyed you while you were enjoying your burger and your hot dog; towels laced with fine grains of sand that deposit themselves at the bottom of your dryer; and so much more.
West Tisbury sparkled in the after-rain sunshine for a perfect Memorial Day weekend.
Edgartown newcomer, a business promoter, did not disclose a troubled financial past, including a federal prison sentence.
With summer around the corner, Island residents and visitors are concocting their plans for the upcoming months
Whether you choose to read the book cover to cover or just flip through, "The Chappy Ferry Book" satisfies as both an art book and a good read.
A handful of local musicians have pooled their talents to stage a passive protest against the Oak Bluffs Shark Tournament.
Martha's Vineyard Film Society and Martha's Vineyard Film Festival each host screenings this weekend.
Hooked's grand opening seemed to go off without a hitch, reeling in a large crowd that enjoyed drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and live music.
More about ACE MV's One-Day University, the Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, the Merrimack Valley Ringers, and poetry in West Tisbury.
Featuring iconic Marvel super heroes.
Find peanut butter topped burgers at two Oak Bluffs restaurants: Pirate Jack's Burger Shack and Lookout Tavern
Hospice of M.
Tennis teams look to grab number one seeds in state tourney. Baseball, softball teams start playoffs. Lacrosse teams eliminated in tourney openers.
Sam Entner scored five minutes into the second half to give the Vineyard Under 15-16 boys soccer team a 1-0 win in the Cape Cod Challenge Cup Final.
Martha's Vineyard little leaguers played an All Star double header on Sunday at Veira Park and honored Island Veterans in the pre-game ceremony.