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 […]
We have reached that point in the winter when people start escaping the island en masse, headed to warmer climes. Just this morning in the span of five minutes I heard three different people say they were going away: one to Costa Rica for a month, another to St. John’s and the last was going […]
Jim Wallen is off in Bali right now.
Winter in Aquinnah. It snowed, it rained, it got really cold and then rained more, it got warm (in the 50s!), and then cooled again. The wind whipped along as it does, sounding so cruel at times. In Menemsha a basking shark that had been caught in a fisherman’s net washed up on the shore. […]
Woody Vanderhoop will be part of an Arts and Global Community Connection Series offered through ACE-MV in February.
Happy Birthday to Megan Ottens-Sargent who celebrates on January 6.
Welcome home to Ella Mahoney, who arrived home from college a week ago, after a very fruitful first semester at the School of Visual Art in New York City.
There is a lot going on in Aquinnah this weekend.
Skyler Ignacio-Cameron is recuperating from his knee surgery last week.
The Aquinnah Christmas party will be Monday December 23, at 5 pm at the Old Town Hall.