Yearly Archives: 2011

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Once again this year, the Island has proven its extreme generosity in giving to our annual "Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

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It is a mystery to me why most Islanders have not "gone solar" long ago.

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Updated January 14, 2011.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.