Monthly Archives: October 2010
To the Editor:During the debate over alcohol in Tisbury, some of us raised concerns about the very high number of licenses that selectmen could potentially grant.
To the Editor:I have sent this letter to Martha's Vineyard Regional School District's superintendent's office.
The American Academy of Audiology in conjunction with Vineyard Audiology have launched National Audiology Awareness Month this October, according to a press release.
The third annual Artists and Craftsmen Show featuring the work of the residents at Island Elderly Housing, (IEH) opens Saturday, October 9, from 1 to 3 pm.
It's words and pictures at the Simon Gallery this weekend.
The recent show at Featherstone Center for the Arts, Seven Artists You Should Know, was a bold pronouncement about some young and talented artists: Gretchen Baer, Ines Al-Alsoqi, Elissa Turnbull, Marshall Pratt, Richard Limber, Marnie Stanton, and Lilla Warren.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this another great week of sharing favorite shopping places, which led to another tough choice for me.
Monday night the entrance to Détente was filled with people flocking to the Wildfood Challenge.
This week, I met with acclaimed chef A.J. Black, owner of Il Tesoro in Edgartown, to learn more about the restaurant's upcoming events and specials.
Former Featherstone director Francine Kelly and her successor, daughter Ann Smith, both agree that the annual Art of Chocolate festival is the most popular event hosted by the Island's center for the arts each year.
An Island autumn brings vigorous austerity, scrubbing away the frivolousness of summer and getting to the bones of what matters.
Bad weather refuses to dampen spirits in French director Agnes Jaoui's new film, "Let It Rain.
Helena da S.
More than a dozen dedicated Oak Bluffs residents spent a couple of hours before noon on Saturday, September 25, cleaning up the beach between the Inkwell and the steamship pier.
When Melissa Breese, artist and art educator, was appointed director of The Martha's Vineyard Art Association (MVAA), four years ago, she knew she'd have her hands full.
After seeing preliminary design plans for two possible Edgartown Library expansion sites, selectman Michael Donaroma, a member of the Edgartown Library design committee, sized up the architect's presentation.
Hoping to build on a successful first season at the Vineyard's first offshore blue mussel farm, Chilmark selectmen agreed unanimously Tuesday to allow two well-known fishermen to expand their operation next summer.
Associate Justice C.