Monthly Archives: May 2013

Reel Picks: More on movies playing this week on Martha’s Vineyard

This animated, parody film features a voice cast with Colin Farrell, Amanda Seyfried, Christoph Waltz, and Josh Hutcherson, and they are probably the strongest part of the negatively reviewed film.

Your support invited

Who hasn't been touched in some way by cancer? This terrible disease has taken way too many loved ones before their time and bankrupted others.


("They paved paradise and) put up a parking lot.

For Dukes County and the towns, a move in the right direction

The Dukes County Commissioners had to be dragooned into making a smart decision, but their plan to put the pest management enterprise out to bid, for at least Tisbury, West Tisbury, and Oak Bluffs, makes sense.

Everyone’s got problems

In the post-Roundabout era, the rhythm of life on Martha's Vineyard has relaxed.

Island athletes find fun and success at Cape Cod Special Olympics

Fourteen Vineyard athletes didn't let a little rain dampen their spirits during a festive Cape Cod School Day Games on Cape Cod.

C. David Cron & Doris Ann Cron

David and Doris (Swallow) Cron met in kindergarten in Worcester.

Richard W. Smith

Richard Wilbor Smith died in his sleep at his home on Blueberry Meadow Farm in Chilmark on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.

Fevah Dream concert with “The Machine” Jesse Green on Saturday

Donations will be collected for Eli Bonnell, an Edgartown man who was seriously injured in a skiing accident this winter.

World Choreography Institute: Ballet to Broadway and beyond

The new choreography organization will hold several events on Martha's Vineyard this year.


Maria I.


Susan Bove and Corey Hoehn, who both live in Chicago, Illinois, have announced their engagement.

Academic Honors

Othman Awqatty of Edgartown graduated from Curry College in Milton.

Poets Corner: The Ride

The RideLate night party, after hours,Not quite sober, hold the flowers.Dark green chrome rim Chevy NovaAwake till dawn, then it was over.Absence makes the...

Lilacs are done, but think of all there is ahead

The tomatoes are in the ground. Now we turn to tending them, in anticipation of great harvests.

Tisbury School March to the Sea maintained tradition, indoors

Rain forced a change in locale but did not dampen the spirit of the Tisbury School ceremony that honors Memorial Day.

Grey Barn and Farm shuts down for the summer following fire

In the aftermath of a fire Friday, the Grey Barn will cease producing milk and cheese and send its cows off-Island for the summer.