Yearly Archives: 2010

Martha’s Vineyard fishermen file federal lawsuit to stop Cape Wind

A Washington-based law firm has filed a lawsuit in the U.

Middle-Eastern politics with esteemed panelists

The Summer Institute at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center opens its six-week speaker series tonight with an impressive pair of panelists whose authority on matters of global politics is hard to match.

Noteworthy events

Nancy Jephcote brings her original folk music to the Katherine Cornell Theatre this Saturday, July 10, at 7:30 pm.

Pilots can help hold the noise down

As we sat outside enjoying the cooling night breezes, conversation was continually brought to a halt by the steady procession of private planes and jets overhead.

Good Taste: Drinks in dry towns

Though you can't order your favorite vodka or tequila up-Island, you can bring it to a few of your favorite restaurants and they'll make you a Cape Codder or margarita.


An ad for the book, "The Art of Collecting — An Intimate Tour Inside Private Art Collections, with Advice on Starting Your Own," by author Diane McManus Jensen, in the July Art supplement that was inserted in last week's issue of The Times contained the incorrect web address.

Business Brief: Curves marks 1,000 workout milestone

Curves of Martha's Vineyard Tuesday celebrated the 1,000 workout of member Lorraine Clark of Vineyard Haven.

Aquinnah voters approve new flood plain bylaws

It took two tries but Aquinnah successfully completed a special town meeting Wednesday, June 30, the last day of the 2010 fiscal year.

The Parade was a spirited affair

Sunday's Fourth of July parade in Edgartown delighted all comers, participants and onlookers alike, as this small, spirited celebration has for decades.