Monthly Archives: November 2010
The West Tisbury selectmen agreed last week on the format for interviews with the three finalists for police chief.
What do 14 ladies do for two hours on a sunny but brisk October morning in Edgartown? They meet on the porch of the Harbor View Hotel and head into town to do what ladies do best — shop! With a mix of ages, 4 to 65, we had a variety of tastes to cover and an impending wedding that weekend.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society will bring the award-winning French film, "Father of My Children," to the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Saturday, Nov.
To meet the professional French horn player and classical composer Stewart Schuele, all you have to do is stand somewhere between the yogurt and wrapped cheeses in the deli department of the Vineyard Haven Stop & Shop, and look quizzical.
When I moved to Martha's Vineyard, the first coffee shop I found was Mocha Mott's. Now there's Espresso Love and Beetlebung too.
Again this year the Vineyard Committee on Hunger, Serving Hands, and Family to Family are working together with Reliable Market to ensure that Island families in need will have a great Thanksgiving meal and December holiday meal.
Telling kids that the police officer is their friend is an American tradition. Showing kids that policemen are their friends is less common in many communities.
Two years of artwork by children ages three to eight done at Featherstone Center for the Arts has been combined into a book, "Animals A-Z."
State House News Service – Massachusetts voters on Tuesday preserved a controversial law that supporters credit for producing much of the state's suburban area affordable housing.