Monthly Archives: August 2011
What's going on at Featherstone, Louisa Gould, Old Sculpin, and Shephard Fine ArtSpace.
Art Critiques at Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown are selected Thursdays at 6 pm.
Obama's interest in the welfare of his fellow citizens is just amazing.
To all who came to the Built on Stilts shows,thank you so very much.
This is a long letter of thanks because so many people volunteered their time and talents to help make a dangerous storm situation into a well managed emergency action.
On the afternoon of August 25, as I was preparing for Irene's arrival, I received a call from an SSA representative at the Palmer lot asking me if I owned a green Hyundai? My immediate thought, unfortunately was negative.
I want to say how impressed I am with the crews at NSTAR.
On Sunday, the day Irene arrived, our seven-year-old grandson broke his arm.
I thank Dr.
The bench could have a patriotic message painted on it, like "Remember the Maine" (or the Alamo) or "Hooray for Bill.
I feel very strongly about the practice retailers have of not putting the complete price, including tax, on items, be it food, clothing, etc.
To the Editor:I was recently told that more people are killed by cows than by pit bulls, so I suppose we should have considered ourselves lucky to find a pit bull, and not a cow, roaming around our yard last night.
The town of Oak Bluffs is not adequately protecting its residents and visitors.
With the anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy upon us, bringing back to life the incredible suffering it caused and the remarkable service our nation's police and fire fighters provided, I am prompted to share some thoughts.
The Code Red alert system, a county-wide venture on Martha's Vineyard, is a promising vehicle for getting important information to Islanders.
Google is the master of algorithms and answers, so I Googled, If I spend Saturday taking care of the boat, will my beloved take care of the garden gnome and the flamingo? (Flamingos can become missiles in hurricane force wind.
Almost every day since I've been back from the Vineyard, I've walked my dogs around Fresh Pond, the local reservoir in Cambridge, a city of 100,000.
Labor Day, each year, concludes the season when we're apt to grow most resentful of the Vineyard's summer people and begins the season when we should be most grateful for them.
All summer families have gathered under the Linden Tree in Vineyard Haven on Saturday evenings to enjoy a musical puppet show by Bella, a Brazilian-born performer who now lives on the Island.