Yearly Archives: 2011
Once again this year, the Island has proven its extreme generosity in giving to our annual "Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
It is a mystery to me why most Islanders have not "gone solar" long ago.
Updated January 14, 2011.
A week of meetings generated anger, confrontation, entrenchment, but no decisions on how Oak Bluffs intends to tackle a $238,000 revenue shortfall for the current budget year.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum (MVM) board is up against a January 31 deadline to decide whether to buy the former Marine Hospital property in Vineyard Haven.
Colleagues and former students of Jonathan Lipsky, artistic associate of The Vineyard Playhouse and professor of playwriting and acting at Boston University, will read his play "Beginner's Luck: The Story of King Saul in the Bible" at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center this Sunday, Jan.
There's innocence and madness as the dance-obsessed ballerina Nina (a brilliant Natalie Portman), competes with Lily (Mila Kunis) for the principle role in "Swan Lake," a dual role that represents good and evil.
The conflicting interests that swirl around plans to place large wind turbines on private property will be aired when the Chilmark zoning board of appeals (ZBA) holds a public hearing Wednesday on permits issued without public review to Grey Barn Farm and Allen Farm, both on South Road.
The West Tisbury committee charged with finding locations for a new police station presented its top choices and the reasoning behind them, at a public forum Tuesday before a sparse crowd of mostly public officials.