Monthly Archives: July 2012
Former player and coach Ian Minor hopes the lessons he teaches to young people on the basketball court will extend to life.
In a wild week of softball, the Brewhas handed the 'Canes their first defeat, the Treds got their first win, and the Snaps and Creamers kept rolling.
Rainy Goodale, Sue Jensen, and Les Cutler swam for Team USA last month in the World Masters Swimming and Open Water Championship in Riccione, Italy.
Eight teams took to the court Friday on a busy opening night at Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs.
More than 100 players on 30 teams from throughout the state came to Niantic Park, Tuesday to compete in the 10th annual Vineyard Streetball Classic.
The Martha's Vineyard Little League 12-year-old all-stars continued on their quest to reach the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Unlike many of their fellow high school graduates, Kyle Francis and Denver Maciel plan to head to boot camp, not college.
Galleries wear many hats on Martha's Vineyard.
Louisa Gould Gallery 5–7 pm, Vineyard Haven.
Look through these photographers' lenses at the Martha's Vineyard Artisans Festival.
Here's what's happening on the Martha's Vineyard art scene.
Ms. Styron is knowledgeable, amusing, and alive with ideas, insight, and inspiration. Her upcoming talk will focus on empowered women.
Fresh greens, sweet fruit, and a personal touch are what our many farm stands and markets can offer you.
A peek at what Black Sheep/Trio in Edgartown has to offer, and the new Bite on the Go in Oak Bluffs.
This week we get to hear Delores Stevens and two of the world's greatest classical string players perform in two free concerts.
Singer-songwriter, entertainer, and long-time Island personage Livingston Taylor will kick off the 2012 Tuesdays at Twilight concert series.
Peter Parker/Spider-Man, everyone's hero, in an over-the-top action-packed feature that easily keeps pace with its early incarnations.
Noted architecture professor & author Ellen Weiss offers another perspective on Tuskegee Institute with her new book.
This Saturday the annual Stars and Stripes Festival brings Grouplove and other acts to Flatbread Company at the airport to benefit the YMCA.