Monthly Archives: December 2011
With video from Saturday's performance - going behind the scenes with dancers just an hour before the show.
This year is the 30th annual celebration and in respect for this milestone there's more to do, along with bigger store savings than ever before.
It's time for Christmas in Edgartown, what Coastal Living magazine listed as one of their Top 10 Holiday Celebrations.
Harold (John Cho), married, suburban, and upwardly mobile broker, and unemployed stoner BFF Kumar (Kal Penn) are at it for the third time in this hodge-podge sequel that among other things includes Ukrainian gangsters, a burning Christmas tree, animated versions of them, lots of dope, and a musical extravaganza by Neil Patrick Harris.
Margaret Hibbard of Edgartown at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.
Even as technological improvements are introduced constantly and nothing stays the same for long, here are some guidelines for new smartphones.
She's worked tirelessly for half a century to preserve the feeling of the Island when she first came here in the 1930s.
It's not too much of a stretch to say that an ecological system is nothing more than the sum of the eating that goes on within it.
A college student from the Island is introduced to the world in much of its variety while studying abroad for a semester.
Combining three local ingredients "”Â kale, cranberries, and feta cheese "” this recipe combines freshness and great taste.
Fruits get festivals, saints and ethnic groups too. So why not celebrate kale, good for you and tasty, if you know how to prepare it.
Ryan Christopher Pierce and Lynn Cannata Mondani were married in an evening ceremony on June 25, 2011 at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station in Haddam, Conn.
A nomad no more, the teen center finally has a large, modern, centrally located home "”Â and it's permanent.
To repay the community for the support they get, MVRHS boys hockey players will run an ambitious food drive next weekend.
In regard to the Letter to the Editor by
To the town of Oak Bluffs Health Department, Shirley Fauteux, and Colleen Morris, your timely, concerned, and helpful response to my complaint about the smell coming from discarded scallop shells and deer carcasses at the foot of Medeiros Cove is appreciated.
We at the Shark Free Marinas Initiative (SFMI) applaud the efforts of the Vineyarders Against Shark Tournaments to bring the Martha's Vineyard community together in support of sharks inhabiting the waters of New England.
I've sent this letter to the Martha's Vineyard Commission.
It was a little over four weeks ago in Vineyard Haven where what did appear on the lower part of Spring Street but brand [new] NSTAR utility poles right by the existing ones.