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"The Chess Players," by Francis J.
Writers from the Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown will be reading their work every Wednesday afternoon in March at 5:30 at the West Tisbury Library.
"Silent Mercy" by Linda Fairstein, Dutton Adult, March 8, 2011.
Bridger has more time served at the U.S. Coast Guard station in Menemsha than any of his station mates, and he's got the drill down pat.
A decade after the 9/11 terrorists attacks, some Island residents say they feel a tad safer, but they also weigh the cost of security against what they see as an erosion of personal freedoms.
Julienne Turner, MVTV's new executive director, has spent the last seven months learning about the Island and preparing for license renewal negotiations with Comcast, the Island's cable provider, which is required to fund MVTV, the Island's community access television station.
"Food for Thoughtful Parenting: 12 Must-Have Lists For New Parents & Young Families," Nina Coslov and Tara Keppler.
Ah, spring is coming.
Shari Geistfeld gave a virtuoso performance at the ACE MV seminar on Saturday.
In some respects, the gathering of Island residents at Saturday's ACE MV seminar on the current situation in Haiti was a happy time, despite the dire conditions that continue to plague the Caribbean nation more than a year after the devastating earthquake there.
Beginning next week, the state of Massachusetts will give about 60 state homeowners grants totaling $1 million, in a pilot energy program that uses solar thermal water-heating technology to provide their homes with hot water and energy savings.
Trivia is the Island's winter sport of choice: Tuesday at The Newes and Wednesday at The Wharf in Edgartown, and Thursday at the Portuguese-American Club.
For six years, Brian Nelson and David Sprague have often resembled plumbers and mechanical engineers turned preachers, promising financial salvation for homeowners through alternative energy sources.
The Island's Cable Advisory Board (CAB) voted Monday to release a request for proposals (RFP) for cable television service on the Island.
"Rose In A Storm" is a terrific yarn. Jon Katz has authored 19 books and has a journalistic resume that includes The New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Pete Lambos was at his desk at 8:15 Saturday morning, dealing with paperwork.
Quietly, the M.V. Rotary Club helps needy folks high in Peruvian Andes and right next door here on the Island.
At Work is about our neighbors and how they earn their livings.
The two are musical fixtures here. We've heard them countless times in bars, at street fairs, and at festivals.