Yearly Archives: 2012
Art in the Stacks, last off-season lobster rolls at Grace Church, and a Community Poetry Reading at the West Tisbury Library.
April is National Poetry Month and for the 4th year in a row, the Massachusetts Poetry Festival is sponsoring an initiative to share poems.
An exceptional pianist, Adam Lipsky has gathered a group of very talented musicians – both locals and imports, for his latest CD.
"Julius Caesar" features Jill Macy, Christopher Roberts, Chelsea McCarthy, Brian Ditchfield, Rob Myers, and more.
The seven episodes will be shown over three Sundays, April 15, 22, and 29 at 1 pm. Tea will be served and gloves and hats are optional.
As a resident and farmer of West Tisbury, I am writing to show my support of the town of West Tisbury's warrant to allow beer and wine sales in restaurants seating 50 or more guests.
By way of introduction, we have worked at State Road since it opened and, before that, some of us worked with Mary and Jackson Kenworth at their restaurants in Oak Bluffs.
For the first time in more than two decades, the RCBL, the Island's adult basketball league, failed to materialize over the winter.
Seven Vineyard teams were in action over the weekend.
Coach Connie McHugh's squad opened the new season Monday with a 5-0 sweep over visiting Sandwich.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls lacrosse teams hosted players last weekend from the St. Helen and St. Katharine School in England.
I thank everyone who came to the "Celebrating the Art of Stan Murphy" slide show on Sunday, April 1, and made the program a success.
I always enjoy reading the town columns each week and finding out all the news around the Island.
There was a kindness to her smile and sweetness to her face and a softness to her tone of speech and a twinkle in her eye.
I have just returned from a vacation in the U.
I'm a 73-year-old ferry master/tug and barge skipper that's been on and off the water many times during life.
I have stopped watching the news because it is so depressing, but once again a Vineyarder — I don't know why I'm surprised — has restored my faith in humanity.
There were some disturbingly undemocratic elements last night at the April 10 West Tisbury town meeting.
And now a moment's pause to admire Edgartown District Court Judge H.
It wasn't just Pam Dolby who was astonished by the gulf between what Comcast says publicly about its Martha's Vineyard contract negotiations and what it really says at the negotiating table.