Seasons, the long dormant restaurant/bar located in the heart of Circuit Avenue, is showing signs of new life. Construction crews have begun work to remove the restaurant and bar equipment and to gut the interior of the 3,000 square foot structure. Bob Murphy, proprietor of Towne and Country real estate and co-owner of the building […]
Wine dinners allow you to sit back and engage in a more deeply imaged culinary experience — they are like the long form of dining, the novel — and like all novels they begin with a simple idea: what’s in the bottle,
We tried a new early potato variety, ‘Satina,’ this year. Boy, are they ever smooth and yummy! Our usual, ‘Dark Red Norland,’ is great too; it is likely that all new potatoes are an epiphany, compared to tired old storage spuds.
Gas prices across Massachusetts declined by 5 cents a gallon over the past week, AAA of Southern New England reported Monday. The organization said gas in Massachusetts is averaging $3.62 per gallon for regular, or 9 cents a gallon higher than at this time in 2013. The AAA survey found prices ranging from a low […]
The zoning board of appeals reversed the building inspector’s decision and said a special permit is not needed.
The Martha’s Vineyard U-8 (under eight years old) baseball all-star team beat Bourne, 7-6, Sunday to clinch the Bourne Tournament Championship. On Saturday, the 8’s beat Barnstable, 19-11, lost to Wareham, 10-9, and lost to Bourne, 11-1, to finish pool play at 1-2. Sunday the team avenged the loss to Wareham in the semi-final game, […]
Over the course of Saturday morning, more than 50 men and several women stood along the seawall that flanks Vineyard Haven harbor on Beach Road in a highly visible public statement against domestic violence. The demonstration was organized by CONNECT to End Violence, a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS). “It is by standing […]
Now in her second summer at the former studio of the late Stanley Murphy, the prolific and protean painter Kara Taylor investigates the boat as a visual metaphor in her latest exhibit, “Hull: In Memoriam.” Ms. Taylor lost both her father, Bob Taylor, and her grandmother, Geraldine Cronig, over the past year, and the deaths […]
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival (TMVFF) transformed Vineyard Haven’s Owen Park into an outdoor cinema on Friday, July 18, for a screening of Disney’s “Frozen.” TMVFF provided popcorn and lemonade to families sprawled on picnic blankets and lawn chairs across the park, and the crowd warmed up with a sing-along to favorites such as “Let […]
The Rennekers watched, aghast, as the priceless third-generation heirloom ring arced away, then disappeared into three feet of water.