Yearly Archives: 2012
I was very pleased to read the High School View in the MV Times, January 12, about the Pledge of Allegiance being said daily again in school.
This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the MV Center for Living's luncheon at the Grill, where we learned about the Scots on Martha's Vineyard and the history of the Scottish Society.
Who would imagine that in the middle of January on Martha's Vineyard, a weekend with some of the shortest days and coldest nights of the year, the Steamship Authority would transport hundreds of visitors to our Island with one key destination in mind – the MV Ice Arena.
I thank the Vineyard Haven EMT's and police, who responded on the morning of January 12, when I needed to be taken to the hospital.
I thank the thoughtful person who found my glasses in the ball field parking lot in Vineyard Haven on Saturday.
To the Editor: The town of West Tisbury is currently investigating what should be done at the site of the town-owned Mill Pond, the last...
As the grandparent of two Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School students, I would like to respond to the
It was so inspiring to have such a large turnout to the Occupy event, and so positively received.
Ninety-plus people gathered at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center for an afternoon of videos, music, and discussions about the Occupy Wall Street movement.
At this time of the year, we reflect on and remember the teachings and philosophy of the late Dr.
It was difficult to sit through the recent town hall meeting and listen to Congressman William Keating and state Sen.
Loving husband, proud father, and dear friend.
When we talk about issues surrounding school food, it is important to first ground ourselves in the facts about kids and their health.
A commenter yesterday liked the
Early in each new year, I spend a week examining the Christmas season just ended for holiday shopping trends.
Like many people this time of year, I am in the midst of my year-end "review" of Vineyard Nursing Association – appraising our progress and gauging our preparedness for what 2012 might bring.
Phil DaRosa and friend Ryan Casey opened the Print Shop Studio this past November, a small music studio above DaRosa's in Oak Bluffs.
A cruise ship, mischief, and a shipwreck.
Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) is looking for directors – with projects – for their upcoming One Act Play Festival to be held at the end of March at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven.
Energy saving tips plus deals at Edgartown Cinemas, Stop and Shop, and a bit about the Island Club Card.