Monthly Archives: June 2012
How does it feel to step into the Island's art world?
Some Island galleries are tucked away into far-off corners. Discovering them is worth the effort.
Whimsical describes much of the outdoor sculpture seen around the Martha's Vineyard landscape.
Despite overseeing major renovations to the Playhouse building, the Vineyard Playhouse organization has planned a summer full of events.
This summer and now entering its 42nd season, the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society (MVCMS) will continue to bring world-class musicians to the Vineyard.
Over the past decade, the art of filmmaking has increasingly revealed itself across the Island.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society and the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival explained.
Now in its 16th year, Featherstone brings a brimming schedule of events, classes and activities for the summer season.
Art and commerce often make uneasy bedfellows but Jan Pogue has arranged a successful marriage of the two at Vineyard Stories.
Let us say at the outset that we are great fans of Josh Aronie and his (former) Menemsha Café, now Saltwater Café.
On Saturday, June 16, a solid gold bridge luncheon took place at my house to celebrate a solid gold bridge partner, Judy Morse.
Just like Edgartown, only maybe a bit cheaper.
My sincere thank you to the flag men and women who worked on the sidewalk project in Vineyard Haven this past spring.
To the Editor:Though I hesitate to express my opinion, having only been coming to this Island for 30 years and not having any ancestors who are buried here, I will nevertheless dare to say that the eventual construction of the Roundabout will not irretrievably change the character of Martha's Vineyard.
We lost a cultural icon on Martha's Vineyard this week, and everyone here is feeling the loss.
Richard was a star.
Kudos to Marshall Carroll for attending Chilmark selectmen's meetings and expressing concerns over the proposed dock change in Menemsha Basin.
I am thrilled to announce two milestones for the Alexandra Gagnon Teen Center at the YMCA.
I thank Dick Carlson and Lou Johnson from the bottom of my heart for the ride to my car at the Park & Ride in Vineyard Haven.
The Roundabout debate reminds me of Martha's Vineyard's historic and persistent polarity.