Yearly Archives: 2012
The Grace Episcopal Church Christmas Fair this Saturday, Dec.
"My ultimate goal is to be able, on my own, to get 200 people in a room to get up and dance their asses off to a song," said Mr. Myers recently.
Set up in Patricia Cliggott's West Tisbury home, the show is inspiring and intriguing, a peaceful haven in a busy shopping season.
From tackle shops to Tisbury's 12 Days of Christmas, shop-portunities abound on the Vineyard during the holidays.
The Oak Bluffs chocolate company introduces the Dark Vader and Nutty Islander chocolate bars just in time for the holidays.
The Fortune Quahog is a Book Den East exclusive gift.
They are the first students in the entire history of MVRHS to have essays published in a textbook Dan Sharkovitz said
The screenplay is by Tom Stoppard from the Tolstoy novel of the same name that sits near the top of most people's best books of all time lists.
Because I don't get into downtown Oak Bluffs too frequently now that my mail is delivered to the house, I have missed seeing some old friends that used to greet me.
Christmas Tea includes sandwiches and cookies at the First Baptist Church Parish House this Saturday from 2 to 4 pm.
Reaching out to your neighbors who might not be surrounded by family and loved ones during the holiday season is something good neighbors always do.
You all know I get a bit grumpy this time of year when we're deep into December and I have yet to see a single snowflake.
Well there's no getting around it, the next couple of weeks are all about the holidays.
My first column was around this time of year in 2004.
Christmas is a time for sharing, and with that in mind, it's been a holiday tradition for me to share with you my obsession with all things shellfish.
There is some news that I think we should make front page for everyone.
As a member of the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury, I was dismayed and disappointed by the Letter to the Editor [
I see the town of Oak Bluffs is going to dedicate the unused property at the Leonardo site to Little League use, only so they can entice the other towns to help cover the $250,000 it's going to cost to build the fields.
There are splashier fundraising events, whose needs, goals, and success — the new Martha's Vineyard Hospital, the new Y, the annual support for Martha's Vineyard Community Services come to mind — are astounding for the generosity and commitment of donors and organizers.
"You don't know what you've got till it's gone," as the saying goes, really captures the essence of what is about to happen to WMVY, the Island's radio station.