Monthly Archives: June 2010
Bombshell Sound Agents hosted its first official Hi Life Dance Party last Friday night at the Mediterranean.
If pressed to list all the bees we're familiar with, most of us would run out of names after the honey bee, the bumble bee, and perhaps the carpenter bee.
I remember feeling very Bohemian and worldly, sitting in The Elms Inn drinking wine and eating escargots.
A puddle the size of a pond that forms after a heavy rain on East Chop Drive, near Mill Square Road, will be fixed finally, after two years of complaints from neighbors and others who use the road.
"For All The Right Reasons" by Ann Lister, SleighFarm Publishing Group, 248 ppg, $9.
At least two Island restaurants were approached by scam artists last weekend, giving the owners hope of a early season boost in sales, which turned into a big disappointment after the scam was revealed.
There has been so much said about the Brazilian students being allowed to wear Brazilian colors at graduation, that this may be a little overkill.
Our labs make shedding look so easy.
In the early 1900s, when Dr.
To the Editor:Over the past years I've been writing Letters to the Editor regarding lack of public access at Lambert's Cove Beach, a town park in West Tisbury.
The work on the trim of his Tisbury home will be done now, the skylight completed, and most likely a couple of books on history will be read.
The West Tisbury Farmers' Market has resumed at the Grange Hall.
I had some questions from readers who were unable to locate the Town Columns on the website.
Sheila Morgan of Vineyard Haven died on June 12 after a brief illness.
The West Tisbury Farmers Market is back for its 36th year, open every Saturday through October 9, and on Wednesdays beginning June 23, through August 25.
Several beachgoers who went to Jetty Beach in Oak Bluffs complained late last week that sand dredged from a nearby spot in Oak Bluffs Harbor was unfit to replenish the popular beach.
"Juneteenth" is the celebration of African American freedom and achievement and the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.
Serbian first-time director Darko Lungulov serves up a savory platter of warm-hearted humor and real life in "Here and There.
Loretta Balla, 98, died on May 28 at the Royal Nursing Center in Falmouth.
I've just had my first truly summer-oriented weekend, playing tour guide to friends visiting from Boston.