Monthly Archives: March 2013
Stina Sayre says her new spring/summer collection will be here this weekend.
Ten inches of powdery snow like flour on a bakers table blanketed the town of Chilmark one week ago.
A sample of events happening this weekend on the Vineyard.
"The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating" by Elisabeth Tova Bailey – Struck by a neurological disorder, the author is confined to a tiny apartment.
Members of John Hough Jr.'s writing groups comment on their experiences.
The film looks at the tactics Shin Bet uses, including the cultivation of informers, sometimes-severe interrogations, and targeted assassinations.
All "Deadheads" are welcome to the show this Saturday, as is everyone else.
A successful West Tisbury novelist tutors a dozen aspiring novelists.
Jaime Hamlin's stories of the best, and worst, experiences as a caterer. First in a series.
Local cake bakers are breaking the mold when creating confections for island revelers. Let's just say that sometimes, size matters as much as taste.
March 15, Taylor Wilcox, trustee of Taylor Wilcox Revocable Trust, sold 31 North Rd.
Kimberly Carlomagno of West Tisbury was named one of the top 15 scholar-athletes in the senior class at Haverford College at the William W.
Spring Bids Winter Farewell Boing! says the Spring. There'll be some croing at your going; in fact, I'm soing a party dress, with drifts of yellow flowers groing to match the new...
Kids and parents enjoyed a pasta dinner last Saturday night to raise funds for the popular preschool program.
On Thursday afternoon last week more than 80 students from around the Island gathered at the West Tisbury School to participate in a math "Kangaroo Competition.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School choral group will perform in Europe during April school vacation.
On Friday, Joyce Salvo will host a free introduction to her Avana Method, a holistic healing technique, at the Martha's Vineyard Yoga Center in Oak Bluffs.
Ben Gramkowski and Jillian MacLeod of West Tisbury have spread their gardening talents to the popular cafe.
Bright red males are unmistakable, but even females are eye-catching and a cinch to identify.