Monthly Archives: June 2013
On Friday morning, I had a terrible scare and called Tri-town Ambulance for help.
That was a beautiful photo of Tashmoo that the MV Times published last week but, since it was taken with a telephoto lens, it creates the impression that what is only a partial view of the lake represents the entire vista.
You will have noticed, perhaps, that I don't go that way anymore.
A letter I meant to send a long time ago.
A decade ago, when the Island Affordable Housing Fund released its first housing needs assessment, the narrative account of the problem drew a bleak...
Martha's Vineyard possesses unique natural, historical, ecological, scientific, cultural and other values . . . These values are being threatened and may be irreversibly...
The new Noepe Center for Literary Arts kicked off its summer season of workshops, classes, and readings with a launch party.
The Martha's Vineyard Table Tennis Club welcomes all ages and all skill levels.
Long time Martha's Vineyard musican and former folk singer teaches and plays guitar.
The cost to shore up and move the lighthouse is expected to reach several million dollars.
Voter turnout was low across the Island and the state for the special U.S. Senate election to replace John Kerry.
July is upon us, and the official summer season beckons, with all that that portends.
Remember, dogs and cats will lick off goop you apply topically.
Recommendations from local bookstores on great summer reading.
A few of the interesting events on the schedule this week.
When their mushroom crop failed, two Tisbury farm-owners turned to harvesting their own sea salt.
Craig Miner says the first WTO event, "Couldn't have gone any smoother."
A celebration of the life of Richard Wilbor Smith, who died on Wednesday, May 22, will be held this Sunday, June 30, at 2 pm, at his home located at 32 Frog Alley, in Chilmark; second left off Tea Lane off of Middle Road.