Yearly Archives: 2013
This animated, parody film features a voice cast with Colin Farrell, Amanda Seyfried, Christoph Waltz, and Josh Hutcherson, and they are probably the strongest part of the negatively reviewed film.
Nelson Mechanical Design (NMD) recently partnered with the J.
Donations and CD sales will benefit the Dukes County Veterans Services and the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
"No Turn for Tern! A Martha's Vineyard Moonlight Mystery" by Rebecca J. Loescher, illustrated by Judith Pfeiffer, is currently posted on the trail.
It is with gratitude and sadness that I write this letter.
More than 20 Vineyard athletes, eight from Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, nine from the Bridge Program at the Edgartown School, and grammar school students with special needs from other Island schools, will be competing Friday at the annual South Section Cape Cod School Day Games, held this year at Dennis-Yarmouth High School in South Yarmouth.
The Vineyarders needed to win their final two games to make the playoffs but were eliminated from contention with a 7-3 loss to Nantucket on Sunday.
The Vineyarders ended the high school sailing season ranked among the top six public schools in New England and 12th overall.
The Vineyarders completed the season sweep over longtime rivals Cape Cod Academy as the regular season draws to a close.
Samantha Potter and Annie Burton were a combined 7-0 after the first weekend of the MIAA girls Individual Singles and Doubles Championships in Marion.
On September 11, 2012, four Americans were killed in Benghazi.
It would be great to see a Sudoku puzzle in the MVTimes.
Platters of gratitude and bowls full of appreciation should be served up to the town of Edgartown Police Department for the delicious and entertaining lunch its members provided at the Edgartown firehouse last Friday afternoon.
I've added a new event to my list of Vineyard favorites.
Last fall you published a letter from me thanking our Island community for their support of the American Heroes Fishing Challenge (AHFC).
A couch and chair were dumped the evening of May 19 at the edge of Crystal Lake in Oak Bluffs.
To the Editors:This is Nurses' Appreciation Month, and no people deserve it more than the hospitalist, nurses, and their assistants at the MV Hospital.
It may require the imaginative talents of architect Rem Koolhaas and a willingness of tenants to sleep with an Ambien drip to insert a desirable residential experience into a lot that long ago relinquished its claim to livability to the commercial hustle and bustle that surrounds it.
Steven Spielberg's broadly but thinly acclaimed "Lincoln" drew on Doris Kearns Goodwin's very good book, "A Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham...