Monthly Archives: July 2013
The Martha's Vineyard Peace Council will hold a public sunrise service at the Gay Head lighthouse at 6 am, Tuesday, August 6 to remember the Hiroshima bombing.
Cow Bay residents helped fund the dredging of Sengekontacket pond to improve water quality and reaped some of the rewards.
Her quest for more education inspired a teen's long-distance move from the Marshall Islands.
Eve Gigliotti stars in "L'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers)."
Edgartown Books recommends.
You may not recognize his name, but "Kootch" is the man behind some of the greatest songwriting of the 1970's.
Not many stories include grandparents as developed and complex characters but Craven's "Northern Borders" does just that.
The workshop will be led by authors John Hough Jr. and Matthew Frederick, and literary agent Sorche Fairbank.
This week's film include "THIN," "Hannah Arendt," and "This Is Our Island."
A no-holds-barred night of comedy with one of Martha's Vineyard's funniest people.
25+ authors, including several Vineyard residents, talk all things books this Saturday and Sunday.
The funk icon saxophonist and his band play Friday, August 2, out at the airport.
Dr. Terry Kriedman, Ob-Gyn, moves from West Tisbury.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission public hearing is expected to once again focus on Vineyard Haven traffic.
Truly an act of poor leadership continues as Oak Bluffs performs again in its three-ring circus.
Thirty years ago this coming Saturday, August 3, Whit Manter and I, with guests Paul Moyer and Vern Laux, aboard the 26-foot Super Sea Saw, landed one thousand five hundred and seventy-six pounds of harpooned swordfish at Menemsha.
My wife's family has been coming the Vineyard for 16-plus years.
After slogging through about half of the Black Dog "infomercial" known as ABC's The Vineyarders, I must say this is the one of the worst pieces of entertainment I've ever seen on television (or anywhere else).
The state's Green Communities Act has increased the cost of electricity to Massachusetts residential and business ratepayers.
Then there's the Wilson County, Tennessee fair with contests for decorating skateboards and text messaging.