Monthly Archives: January 2011
can be glimpsed some days near Linda Jean's.
The Mansion House Inn in Vineyard Haven announces its Slumber Party January special to Island residents looking for an affordable local winter vacation.
The West Tisbury Police Department is now at full strength.
The 51st Vineyard Christmas Bird Count (CBC) took place on Sunday, January 2, with about two dozen Islanders and guests participating.
The pop of champagne corks on New Year's Eve signified more than the end of 2010 in several Tisbury restaurants. It also was the first time the beverage appeared on menus.
On Thursday, Jan.
Do heating bills have you down? Are you already wishing for spring, even though you haven't hit the slopes yet? Unfortunately we haven't even gotten to the worst of winter yet, but there is hope to get your bills down to a more manageable number with little or no cost to you.
Lunch, as a meal, doesn't always get the attention it deserves. For a lot of people, the midday meal means a quick sandwich in the car.
"Martha's Vineyard – Now and Zen" by Susan Klein and Alan Brigish recently won in the Wild Card category of the New England Book Festival.
"The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect With Your Kids, One Meal at a Time" by Laurie David with recipes by Kirstin Uhrenholdt, Grand Central Life and Style, Nov.
He is a retired academic, a smiling scholar with the warmth and pleasant manner of the nicest neighbor on the road.
In a laid-back run-up to New Year's Eve, many Island musicians and their fans gathered last Thursday evening for the Potluck Jam at the Chilmark Community Center.
Opening the New Year with a tripleheader, MVFF will begin with a program of animated and live-action shorts for children as part of their winter series, Family. Film. Feast.
On a Friday last month, the Chilmark School had its second community lunch at the Chilmark Community Center.