Monthly Archives: September 2010
Elio Giovani Felice Centenari died on September 26 in his home in Mays Chapel, Maryland, after a battle with lung cancer.
The rooftop of the Mansion House was rocking with sounds last Friday evening as songwriters and music lovers gathered for the Martha's Vineyard Songwriters Festival kick-off party.
Nearly 40 "littles" and "bigs" clambered aboard the Black Dog tall ship Alabama for a sunset sail on Tuesday, Sept.
The family of Sam Leighton invites the public to a celebration of his life on Saturday, Oct.
The next Culinary Experience offered by Jan Buhrman and Kitchen Porch Catering is Cheesemaking: American Artisan, this coming Monday, Oct.
The Island Fall Tennis Classic to benefit MV Community Tennis was held at the Edgartown Yacht Club courts, Friday to Sunday, September 24-26.
The unalloyed partisans on each end of the Horseshoe Shoals wind farm debate have little to offer the rest of us who must find a way to evaluate this impressive proposal.
Oak Bluffs recreational permit holders can start harvesting bay scallops from the Oak Bluffs side of Sengekontacket Pond on October 1.
The Martha's Vineyard Women's Network's first meeting of the year is Tuesday, Oct.
Deon Thomas had been in the kitchen long before he opened his first Vineyard restaurant.
The MCAS scores that measured how well our children are doing in school were released last week.
The Vineyard varsity football team won its third game of the season in as many starts, and its first EAC conference win, Saturday at Taunton, besting Coyle & Cassidy, 41-32.
I heard neither screech or squawk.
This weekend, I reviewed the Martha's Vineyard TV (Channel 13) video recorded 11 August 2010, at the Old Whaling Church, of the M.
Who's the genius who decided to dredge the Gut during the derby and string dredging booms all along its length? Must be the same brilliant mind that scheduled the closing of the inside of Big Bridge, and who found a way not to re-cut the trail to the Chappy side of the breach, and burned down the Menemsha wharf, and advises Diane Sawyer in her single-handed war on fishermen.
This weekend, The Yard wrapped up its 2010 season with the 2010 Bessie Schönberg Choreographers' Residency Concert.
Selectmen in Edgartown acted on the recommendation of their shellfish committee and approved opening dates for the coming recreational and commercial harvest seasons.
I would like to thank everyone for the wonderful responses to my request for your favorite stores.
Wind power has important advantages that received no attention in your editorial of 23 September 2010.
Last Saturday, dancers from the contemporary ballet company Morphoses gave an in-studio performance in Edgartown at the Vineyard Arts Project.