Updated, 12:20 pm, Wednesday, June 18, 2014. In a silvery satin gown handmade by her mother, Katherine J. Ellsworth, a Brooklyn resident formerly of Gorham, Maine, married Samuel S. Morris formerly of Vineyard Haven and now also of Brooklyn, on the afternoon of June 14, on the grounds of the old Tashmoo Spring Building. Tashmoo […]
Arts and Society presents its annual Bloomsday celebration at the Katharine Cornell Theatre this Monday, June 16, the date on which the fictional events of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” took place in 1904. Bloomsday, a day in honor of all things Joyce and named after “Ulysses” hero Leopold Bloom, has been celebrated on the Island since […]
The Navy Band marched in step amid the strains of patriotic music, delighting onlookers along the parade route Saturday.
Food, drink, music, and fanciful attire highlighted The Taste of the Vineyard 2014.
To the Editor: What a shame that all this money, I wonder how much, is going to rid one species in order to save another (May 28, “Fur flies over efforts to protect piping plovers from free roaming cats”). This money from the federal government should be going to protect both species. Each has a […]
To the Editor: The Triangle apartments, a development project that will prove highly disruptive and dangerous to traffic flows in and around the Edgartown Triangle, is moving forward with little notice and even less outrage. The project, should it be approved, will potentially add dozens of vehicles to the already saturated parking area around the […]
Updated at 3:59 pm, Friday, June 13, 2014 The Steamship Authority is diverting selected trips from Oak Bluffs to Vineyard Haven due to weather conditions. M/V KATAMA to Woods Hole 12:15 PM M/V KATAMA from Woods Hole 11:00 AM M/V Katama from Woods Hole 1:30 M/V KATAMA to Woods Hole 2:45 M/V KATAMA to Woods […]
You’re not obligated to do something that goes against your own interests unless perhaps her father is in the Mafia. If she’s not a good match for the job, don’t hire her. That’s an easy call. The harder call is figuring out how to break the news to both parent and child with minimal damage.
To the Editor: The family of JoAnn deBettencourt would like to thank everyone for the love and support shown to us during the loss of our loved one. Words can not truly express our gratitude in all that was done for our family. We would like to take a moment and make a special thank-you […]
To the Editor: Last Tuesday night Windemere was so fortunate to have the young men from Station Menemsha come down Island and join us for dinner and dancing (June 5, “Coast Guard boogie, woogie at Windemere”). The ladies were thrilled when the young men in uniform sat down beside them for dinner. They enjoyed the […]