Yearly Archives: 2013
Happy Fourth of July, everyone! Break out the grill and the sparklers, put on your red, white, and blue and get ready to celebrate.
Tonight Vineyard clothing designer Stina Sayre joins the celebration at the MV Film Center, showcasing her own inspired designs.
The Princess Poo-Poo-Ly Band arrived with ukeleles, kazoos, egg shakers, and leis much to the delight of the nursing home residents.
Melinda Fager is one of the Island authors who will be featured in next month's Martha's Vineyard Book Festival.
The front cover of the print edition of the The Times this morning strikes the perfect note.
For a quarter century, excepting only one or two years, we have taken a few days off over the Fourth.
Each July and August, the Island's leading nonprofits pack the calendar with the fundraising events that will make or break their budgets for another year.
Monday night, the last one in May, the Sox were laying a thumping on the Phillies, and the Blackhawks were pounding the Redwings, forcing Game 7 — more than enough to keep me up past 10:30.
Oak Bluffs police arrested four people on Saturday night following a traffic stop after they discovered nearly one pound of marijuana and $5,669 in cash.
Nicholas A. Barbera of Vineyard Haven faces charges of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Martha's Vineyard native returns to the Island to join the Tisbury police department.
July is a busy month at the Edgartown Yacht Club.
At a wedding that I recently attended, the DJ explained to me that from his position behind the speakers it was hard for him to judge how loud the music was in front of the speakers.
The Gay Head Lighthouse Advisory Committee thanks everyone who came out on the solstice in support of saving the light.
Last week's Times Business Briefs column had a review on Bad Martha beer.
Last Friday, after buying bird seed at SBS, I went to my car and it wouldn't start.
Hats off to Veronica and her friends who spent Wednesday morning cleaning up the beach across from Ocean Park.
This is a copy of a letter written to Mary-Joe Perry, highway director, at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Highway Division, District 5.
The situation in Syria is indeed very troubling.
Sunday, following my sermon, I offered a brief reflection on last week's Supreme Court decisions.