Saturday kicked off Martha’s Vineyard’s brief but energetic egg-hunting season, with lots to be found at the Oak Bluffs Library, where 250 kids and their parents wandered the stacks and filled their baskets. At Vineyard Gardens, staff busily filled eggs (to help the Easter bunny of course) for Sunday’s hunt there.
In anticipation of Easter Sunday, The Times asked Bishop Paulo Tenorio, spiritual leader of The Growing Church Ministry, a primarily Brazilian church in Vineyard Haven, to discuss the meaning and importance of Easter and the message he will deliver to his congregants this Sunday. His essay follows. A Portuguese version follows the English version. I […]
Representative Tim Madden hosted Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students August Welles and Russell Shapiro, Island representatives to the 67th annual Student Government Day at the State House on April 4. “Russell and August were treated to a unique experience, spending the day with government officials, and observing the process of government up here in […]
They are by no means dainty guys but are definitely smaller than 6’7” Karl Kallinich, the general operator of the Beast, who at times, exercising the proper safety precautions, must shimmy under, clamber atop, or, yes, creep inside the giant horizontal grinder to tinker and adjust.
Excerpted from the book “Home Bird”
The Sunday after, I was reading the Sunday [Boston] Globe, and it had all this coverage, it all hit me,
Boys had gym separately from the girls…And I learned to crochet when a parent came in and taught my fifth grade girls. Talk about changes in education since then.
This year’s applicants impressed the selection committee with passion, commitment and vision in many of the Fellowship’s areas of interest, all of which emphasize Island sustainability.
When David plays the piano for Eleanor, she lies on the sofa and he unplugs the refrigerator and turns off the furnace. ‘I’m inclined toward quiet,’ he says, ‘because it helps creativity, not only in my piano playing, but also with inventing.
When it comes to color decisions, oh boy…There are painters who refuse to get involved…It certainly can be a can of worms, so to speak. It’s a funny psychology based on personal associations….I’ve spent endless hours mixing, matching, and changing colors for people, repainting whole rooms, sometimes three times.