Monthly Archives: January 2011
Show tunes at the library? Jazz? On Saturday afternoon? Why not? Not many folks showed up at the West Tisbury Library on Saturday afternoon at 4 pm, but those who did were in for a treat.
Pete Lambos was at his desk at 8:15 Saturday morning, dealing with paperwork.
The brickyard chimney stands out against the winter-gray wooded hills of Chilmark's north shore. It is a lone, crumbling reminder of a far different time.
This year's 25th annual Big Chili Contest is this Saturday, Jan. 29 (snow date: Jan. 30) at 11 am at the Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs.
Shakespeare for the Masses performs their version of "Timon of Athens" tomorrow and Saturday evenings at the Vineyard Playhouse on Church Street in Vineyard Haven.
Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan land first in Bangor, Maine, often in the middle of the night.
"With the power of soul – anything is possible.
"Rose In A Storm" is a terrific yarn. Jon Katz has authored 19 books and has a journalistic resume that includes The New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Contrary to popular belief, even among Internet-savvy teens, privacy settings don't guarantee privacy on online social network sites.
Greg Rollins, former director of the Boys and Girls Club, has a mission in mind as he trains to run in the annual Martha's Vineyard 20-miler coming up on February 19.
Main Street in Edgartown was closed for three hours Monday morning while a crew extracted the 1,500-pound bronze bell from the tower of the Old Whaling Church.
The All-Island School Committee (AISC) voted last week to ratify a new three-year union contract for Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) secretaries.
The West Tisbury historic district commission has asked the selectmen to take steps to remove boulders placed in front of the new Town Hall.
The owners of Nip n' Tuck Farm in West Tisbury confirmed Tuesday they will shut down a dirt bike track on their property that is the subject of complaints by neighbors and an appeal to the zoning board of appeals (ZBA) of the town zoning officer's decision that the activity does not violate town bylaws.
After three hours of emotional debate on both sides, the Chilmark zoning board of appeals (ZBA) last Wednesday upheld the town building inspector's decision to issue building permits for a pair of large wind turbines, planned for two well-known and highly visible commercial farms off South Road.
Mary Ann M.