Monthly Archives: September 2010
The family of Sheila Morgan invites the public to join them for a celebration of her life at 3 pm on Saturday, October 2 at the First Congregational Church in West Tisbury.
There's been a changing of the guard at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs, but former executive director Francine Kelly did her best to ensure that her own energy, vision and spirit remain: She recommended that her daughter, Ann Smith, her assistant for the past three-and-one-half years, succeed her as the new executive director.
Jacquelyn Brickman traveled to Martha's Vineyard more than a decade ago to recover from a broken back — a temporary stopover on what had already been a long road to recuperation.
By the end of September, I've developed an unstoppable craving for a quick-fix getaway to tide me over until our first real vacation.
Whether your specialty is raspberries or venison, the Martha's Vineyard Wildfood Challenge invites you to show off your cooking skills for a chance to win one of several prizes, including a cocktail cruise on a luxury yacht catered by Soigne, a $500 case of Pinot Noir from C.
We can all use a dose of escapism in these dark economic times, and Irish writer/director Neil Jordan serves up a deliciously romantic film "Ondine.
Offshore Ale, on Kennebec Avenue in Oak Bluffs, touts itself as the place where "the Island of Martha's Vineyard relaxes," and generally on any night of the week, especially in the off-season, you can find familiar faces.
Even though Martha's Vineyard is famously the setting for one of the scariest movies of all time, "Jaws," in general, horror is not the genre that immediately comes to mind when thinking of the Island as a movie locale.
It was such a beautiful September day that we didn't notice at first that the store sign was gone.
Question two on the ballot this November 2 would repeal our state's main affordable housing law.
We hear a lot about what are often called heroes.
In cooperation with Gov.
A shift in the Patrick administration's wind energy development focus from state waters to federal waters came as welcome news last week to Islanders concerned about possible nearshore wind energy projects near Martha's Vineyard.
At a meeting of the all-Island selectmen last Thursday, hard feelings between Edgartown and Oak Bluffs were still apparent more than three weeks after the remnants of Hurricane Earl passed southeast of Nantucket.
Tisbury voters, led by the planning board and a variety of opponents of growth, chose to build a municipal sewer system in 2004 that was designed to do something a sewer system is not supposed to do — namely, control growth and change.
Boat bluefish: Sandy E.
Chilmark voters at a special town meeting Monday unanimously approved three articles authorizing the town to spend just over $1.