Monthly Archives: July 2010
These are excerpts from an informal account of the July 24 celebration of the 30th anniversary of the beginning of Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway.
This is a copy of a letter I sent to Tim Walsh more than three weeks ago and have not gotten a response.
NSTAR crews are upgrading the company's electrical system in parts of West Tisbury and Tisbury.
Fortunately for all of us the Fire Department was out washing down the streets early Saturday morning.
Tuesday evening, at the Mansion House on Main Street in Tisbury, the Key West-based Archeo Gallery, which specializes in tribal Persian rugs made by the Quashqai nomads, will host an opening reception for its summer rug show that features a selection of the world's finest Gabbeh rugs.
Immigration and a poor national and world economy are two crucial issues which affect people on‑Island, off‑Island and around the world, but here on a small Island the economic fight for too few jobs takes place in a small area where personal privacy is at a minimum.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude and appreciation for the support and financial assistance you provided to my American family, the Espindles, to bring me back to America from Afghanistan.
As we head into August, the Island setting welcomes a whole new cast of characters and a wholly different feel in weather, light, and garden atmosphere.
Well, we say goodbye to July this week and hope that August will be a little cooler and less humid, but I don't think that has ever happened.
I am writing this letter to make our community aware of Vineyard House, an organization that may not be widely known, but whose existence is so crucial — not only to the individual that is personally struggling with drug and alcohol addictions, but also to the people in the lives of the afflicted.
Incorporating a mix of dance and video into their performances, as well as a mix of dance styles, London's Balletboyz make serious dance about as accessible as it gets, without at all compromising the art form.
To the Editor:I am a high school student, and this letter was written to the Oak Bluffs harbormaster.
Well, the thunderstorms have certainly rolled in with a bang.
Peter Rabbit is coming to town! How exciting is that? Mr.
My friends, the heat on Sunday broke me.
Have you ever run across that person who has everything? That person, may be even family, who you have to buy a present for? What do you do? You want it to be meaningful, fun, enjoyable, and at least something they will use.
One of the music highlights of the summer for me is attending the annual Opera Fest concert, held last Friday at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs, where a group of teenage women and men trained by artistic director Claudette Peterson presented staged and sung arias from a diverse selection of operas.
It is the perfect meeting of music and the visual arts.
Dreaming is free, but if you want to make one of your far-fetched wishes come true — say, rehashing the plot of "Jaws" with Richard Dreyfuss over dinner — it should cost you, and help others, too.