Yearly Archives: 2014

Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society’s spring concert is a gift to...

This Sunday afternoon, May 25, the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society (MVCMS) kicks off its 44th season with a couple of distinguished visiting artists...

Sculptor Jay Lagemann to show work in Maryland

Jay Lagemann of Chilmark, known for his monumental “Swordfish Harpooner” in Menemsha, will show both large and small sculptures at the Academy Art Museum...

Good Taste: L-O-L-A: Lola’s, the Martha’s Vineyard hot spot, returns

The popular Oak Bluffs restaurant is back with a Caribbean flare.

Islanders mourn and remember Pat Gregory

Pat Gregory’s individual acts of kindness, the range of his interests, his sacrifices to the public exercise of citizenship, and his grace and humility made him of our community in a unique way. Ever the teacher, Pat’s legacy is not the hole that his death has left behind, it’s the caring friend and neighbor he’s shown we each can be.

A girl named Johnny

The only box turtle in captivity on the Island is at Felix Neck...It’s been there 40 years. We had to book the turtle through Susan Bellincampi, and it had a pretty busy schedule.

Reward for information

To the Editor: The Tehama County Sheriff's office is offering a $1,500 reward for information leading to the capture of the man who murdered Pat Gregory....

No shame in aging

To the Editor: I am almost 81 years old, and it hasn’t always been easy to survive to this stage. But in recent years, I have...

Support for Lynn Ditchfield, ACE MV

To the Editor: In the past two years it has been my pleasure to be a student in one of Lynn Ditchfield's ACE MV courses...

No escape

To the Editor: The local Boards of Health made free potassium iodide tablets available to the public at the Town Halls on Friday, May 2....

Please, please slow down

To the Editor: I live on Edgartown Road in Vineyard Haven near Skiff Avenue. Many times we have had near misses trying to pull out...