The Winter Rush.
The entire Martha’s Vineyard Times web team continues to work at restoring or adding new features and functions at www.mvtimes.com. It appears that after a very busy 10 days or so, we can see a lot of progress, some more to do, and light at the end of the proverbial tunnel. We launched the new site […]
Fighting The Tide.
For Pet’s Sake: New show at Featherstone
Harbor View chefs traveled to the Philippines to hire cooks, and stayed to help out after the typhoon.
Frustrated Martha’s Vineyard residents find a low tech solution to a high tech error that leads visiting drivers astray.
Island valentines from long ago.
Did we really need a groundhog to tell us there would be six more weeks of winter? The snow [a]looks picture-perfect when it has first fallen and cleans up the landscape. Then, as New England weather does, the temperature rises a bit, the snow starts to melt, and we are left with a somewhat disappointing […]
I have to admit I am starting to get a little cabin fever around here. I have been a virus magnet [a]this year, and though I’m quite proud of the contributions I have made to the tissue and cold medicine industry, it’s time to say enough already! To keep things on the positive, I must […]
Welcome to February, the worst month on the Island. Everyone knows [a]that, it’s only 28 days long but it feels like 65. Even the dumptique is closed for the entire month (those ladies are no fools). The weather is terrible and the Island population feels like it shrinks down to about five people. Thank goodness […]