Yearly Archives: 2010
To the Editor:The summer is just a few days old and already the days are getting shorter.
Josephine Winner Spahr died on Wednesday June 23, 2010 just two months short of 103 years of age.
It's the 80s television show back to haunt us – all the quirky characters, schtick, slam-bam action, and absolutely no suspense as the Special Forces group proves they were framed in Iraq.
Schools across the Island closed June 24, at noon.
Hear Kahoots, Apollo Sunshine, Pierre, Belle and the Bees, Dukes County Love Affair, Colin Ruel, and DJ Pretty Ninja this Saturday afternoon at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
When Jemima James hosts her second annual Variety Show at Featherstone Center for the Arts' Musical Monday this Monday, July 5, she'll be transforming a long family tradition into an event for the entire community.
For Louie Larsen, running a fish market is a bit like rolling out of a bunk and scrambling up a mast before the coffee cuts in on an offshore swordfishing trip.
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) secretary Ian Bowles Tuesday announced a second round of federal stimulus funding to install 3.
On Tuesday, July 6 the Dr.
The American Red Cross, Cape Cod and Islands Chapter and the Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard announced that they have formed a collaboration to help provide emergency shelter and support pets and their owners on the Island.
Every Friday night volunteers serve up fresh lobster rolls from 4:30 -7:30 p.
In the rush of our day to day lives with all its routines and rigors, we often fail to take note or are caught unaware of those special moments that end up being among the most important of our lives.
You'd never guess Karen Colombo's first batch of ice cream was a disaster after tasting her Favorite Brand Ice Cream, made in Vineyard Haven and sold only on the Island.
The Mansion House Health Club has an innovative fitness class schedule for the summer, Brenda Wallis, fitness director, said in a press release.
Six lovely private gardens in Edgartown were opened to the public on Monday, thanks to the Open Days Program of the Garden Conservancy, a national organization dedicated to preserving garden spaces of remarkable beauty and historical import.
"No Turn For Tern! A Martha's Vineyard Moonlight Mystery," Rebecca J.
Oak Bluffs emergency management director Peter Martell remembered recently that his town found itself in an embarrassing situation last fall.
Hazy skies seem to hold in the heat and obscure the landscape as though a theatrical scrim was dropped over the island.
As a nation, we grouse too much.