Yearly Archives: 2012
Didn't the weather on Sunday last make for the perfect Mothers' Day? I hope everyone had a day to fit their wishes.
An action-adventure of epic scale that unfolds across the seas, in the skies, and over land as our planet fights for survival against an armada of unknown origins.
"Saints & Sinners:" It's the perfect title for the 45th anniversary program of the Minnesingers, this Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.
I have to send a shout-out to the Edgartown Board of Trade on this past weekend's Pink and Green events.
On Saturday, May 12, Zachary Robert Coutinho graduated from Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire. His graduation was attended by his parents, Linda...
Spoken word artist, actress, and teacher Ceez Liiv will present a power performance of her poetry and host an afternoon workshop this Saturday, May 19.
After much anticipation and no shortage of rumors, Josh and Angela Aronie have finally reopened the Menemsha CafÃ©, now called the Saltwater Cafe.
This past Saturday, May 12, Morning Glory Farm in Edgartown was the scene for the May Day Spring Festival, a fundraiser for Plum Hill School.
A big thank you to the friendly and professional staff at Wheel Happy.
National Safe Boating week begins on May 19.
I retired in 1999 with affection for the Island and my home town intact.
I thank Tisbury Police officers Joe Ballotte and Ryan Natichioni, as they were the first responders to the 911 call to my residence when I suffered a stroke on April 27.
To the Editor:We find it well, in lieu of family returning to Tea Lane Farm, that the town of Chilmark has chosen Krishana Collins as the new tenant farmer.
Just how stupid does Mary Kenworth think your readers are? Trying to pass off the reason for allowing restaurants to sell beer and wine so that there would be more control over the amount people drink is way up there on the "farfetched" scale.
My lasting memory and tribute to Julian, the wise old owl and poetic photographer.
After living here 26 years, I wish my first time writing a Letter to the Editor was for a happy reason.
In all of the discussions about the Roundabout, little has been said of the Land Bank's role in this project.
It's just that simple.