Monthly Archives: September 2012
The Martha's Vineyard Rotary Club helps local charities as well as international causes.
It took a trio of kayakers 11 hours to circle the Island, a trip that provided a unique vantage point and included a variety of sea conditions.
On Friday, the West Tisbury school took part in an international art project, Pinwheels for Peace, and "planted" pinwheels in front of the school.
Forty-three courses are being offered by the Vineyard ACE this fall.
Island a Go GoSummer. 1967.The Ogres jamming latedown on Beach Road, sweat out"Satisfaction" like they own it.Summer kids and locals shaketo a...
There may be an autumnal chill in the air but not at the duplicate bridge tables where the competition is still pretty hot.
The Tisbury Senior Center will sponsor a music appreciation hour Monday with Charles Blank, musicologist, who will describe how 20th-century social and cultural changes influenced the music of the Broadway musical.
Sarah Safford Omer and Benjamin deForest were married on the Quansoo Beach on Sunday, September 23 under bright and sunny skies before a crowd of friends and family.
The notion of Living Local has "exploded," and this weekend's Harvest Festival celebration is the moment to join in the enthusiasm.
Here are some things I didn't know before I moved to Aquinnah from New York City: winds come from different directions, take-out delivery is not a God-given right, all-wheel drive is important, and Monarch butterflies migrate.
The 9th Art of Chocolate Festival will open with a preview party tomorrow evening at Featherstone.
Whoa Nellie, this town is a hoppin' place.
Procrastination is my worst habit.
I haven't gotten out much in the past couple weeks, as I seem to have fallen victim to every fall bug going around the Island.
Fall must be here: Ken Debettencourt on Wing Road has plowed up the remains of his beautiful field of zinnias and is preparing the area for a winter's rest.
This is the third year of the event, which produces small, reasonably priced landscapes with Island settings.
The Martha's Vineyard Art Association and the Old Sculpin Gallery will open "Artist Reflection: Scenes along the Shore," paintings by Meg Mercier, on September 29.
Featherstone's 16th anniversary celebration, on Friday, October 5, promises to be one sweet evening.
Artists and museum supporters gathered at a home in Vineyard Haven's historic Williams Street district to enjoy a three course dinner.