Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Tisbury Business Association continues its recent tradition this year with a number of holiday festivities geared towards shoppers — keeping shops open until as late as 8 pm in December.
Oak Bluffs is gearing up for the holidays.
Winter on the Vineyard — a great time to reflect, renew, and reinvent oneself.
There has been discussion of late regarding the situation of the Mill Pond and Mill Brook in West Tisbury.
We've all done it.
Monday, Edgartown police arrested Christine Houston, 58, of Edgartown.
Several days after Capt.
A gathering to increase awareness about the abuse of women around the world will be held on Saturday, November 27, starting at 1 pm in Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs.
A spunky Ali (Christina Aguilera) leaves rural Iowa to find fame and fortune, and stops at The Burlesque Lounge in Hollywood, a down and out musical theater owned by Tess (Cher).
With the advent of fall comes a happy story.
Admitting that its power is "expensive in light of today's energy prices," state regulators on Monday approved a 15-year contract for Cape Wind to sell half its energy to National Grid, arguing the contract "is both cost-effective and in the public interest.
The Oak Bluffs Ambulance service will show off the newest addition to its fleet and host an open house complete with a pancake breakfast on November 28 at the Oak Bluffs Ambulance/ Fire station from 9 am to noon on Wing Road.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy instructor Captain Ed Jerome certified seven new Island 100 Ton Masters Captains on Sunday, November 21.
50 years later
I really admire poets.
Though the numbers are not in yet, organizers have good expectations for how much was raised at this past Friday evening's Las Vegas Night, a benefit for the Martha's Vineyard Arena.
Leah Miranda, head cook at the Oak Bluffs School, has worked hard to use the freshest possible ingredients at lunchtime.
Spoon in the Moon Coffeehouse at The Vineyard Playhouse begins its second season on Saturday, Dec. 18 with Kate Taylor and Tish Hinojosa.
No less an authority on traditional American shoot-outs than the U.