Yearly Archives: 2012
There is an ironic aspect to the current political scene upon which I have not seen comment by the usual pundits.
After reading Janet Hefler's article
I'm writing in response to Steve Hackley's OpEd
Regarding Steve Hackley from Comcast's comments about Comcast "serving Martha's Vineyard"
Comcast continues its public relations dance in both local newspapers.
The hypocrisy and arrogance of Comcast vice president Steve Hackley's March 15
The Hunger Games are almost here.
I'm not worried about the mild winter and the early and heartening plunge into spring.
Tisbury selectmen have abandoned their longstanding property tax policy, which shifted a significant share of the tax burden from residential property owners to business property owners.
The Island Theater Workshop is now well into its fifth decade "” and still going strong.
For the moment, it seems that we have skipped spring, which we usually do not have anyway, and gone directly to summer.
It started with a sold out show about health care in America and ended with another sellout "” a film that touched on apartheid in South Africa.
In the wake of criticism over the cost to ratepayers of long-term energy contracts signed by National Grid and NStar to purchase power from Cape Wind, a panel of lawmakers on Tuesday endorsed a bill that would introduce competitive bidding to the renewable energy marketplace while more than doubling the amount of renewably energy utilities must purchase.
Bunch of Grapes on Main Street in Vineyard Haven is a unique, two-floor collection of books, gifts, journals, games, reference books, and more.
"Rango" may have won the Oscar this year, but "Chico & Rita" deserved it too. It makes for a haunting combination of music, animation, & storytelling.
Daniele Dominick is the executive chef, owner, and prep cook of The Scottish Bakehouse in Vineyard Haven.
Last weekend, Edgartown stepped up its St. Patrick's Day festivities with a parade and live music.