Thursday, August 18, 2022

This week on MV – Aug. 11 and interview with @BostonTweet

For locals and visitors, "things to do" ideas. For Twitter fans, BostonTweet might be a familiar name. He tells us about his day on the Vineyard.

Possible Dreams Auction raises $251,350

The Possible Dreams auction raised $251,350 for Martha's Vineyard Community Services. The money will help defray the $1 million in care given by MVCS.

Photos: Native American Artisans Festival in Aquinnah

On July 23, artisans specializing in Native American crafts & jewelry displayed their wares at the 5th annual Native American Artisans' Festival.

Island Grown Schools dinner at State Road Restaurant

On Sunday, June 5, State Road Restaurant hosted a fundraising dinner for Island Grown Schools (IGS), part of Island Grown Initiative (IGI).

Featherstone’s Fashion Show and Tea Party

It seemed like it was ladies' day at Featherstone Saturday, May 7, as more than 200 guests, almost all women, enjoyed the Garden Tea Party and Fashion Show that kicked off the annual Art of Flowers show.

Big Chili Contest gets even bigger

This year's annual Big Chili Contest held Saturday attracted a record crowd and raised approximately $35,000 for the Red Stocking Fund.

Vineyard Halloween in photos

With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, there were ample parties at which to celebrate, starting Friday.

Fourth annual Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival

The fourth annual Martha's Vineyard Food and Wine Festival was enormous in both its size and its scope, and it seemed as though there was not an Island resource the organizers did not tap into.

Capturing the big three: Headlining events of August

August's headline evenings – Illumination Night, the Agricultural Fair, and the Oak Bluffs Fireworks – all took place last week in to the weekend.

Martin Luther King still shows the way

The theme of the annual Martha's Vineyard NAACP membership and award brunch this year was "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Barack Obama" and the emphasis was on continuing the fight for civil rights...