Monthly Archives: September 2011
On Friday morning at 3:50 am, I received a phone call from the Island Communication Center reporting that several boats were on fire at the Martha's Vineyard Shipyard's storage site at the Airport Business Park.
The Oak Bluffs finance and advisory committee has done its job, recommending on Thursday last week nearly a quarter of a million dollars in cuts to the town's fiscal 2012 budget.
Before the Internet, pre-Yelp, pre-Jason Blair, pre-Dan Rather's downfall, pre-HuffPo, pre-Hannity, pre-Palin, pre-Facebook and Twitter, John L.
Cookbook author Kathy Gunst will be the featured guest at a Slow Food community potluck at the Agricultural Hall on Thursday, Sept. 15.
American roots based musicians Richie Stearns and two of his friends, fiddler Rosie Newton and Old Crow Medicine Show guitarist Willie Watson, played their special brand of music to a full house at Katharine Cornell Theatre Saturday night.
Under a new director, The Yard presented a well received 2011 season of works by accomplished and highly creative choreographers and performers.
The 2nd annual Best Fest, a celebration of the end of summer, features local musicians & artisans at a day long party in Oak Bluffs.
The Edgartown board of health issued a health advisory on Tuesday concerning elevated nitrate levels found in private well water serving residents of Price's Way, Huckleberry Hill Lane, Shady Oak Lane, and Dubud Lane.
Rhythm and Blues gives artists a chance to show off their imagination. The show runs through September 15.
The Time Project: One Year, 11 Women, opens tonight, Thursday, Sept. 8, at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
This past Sunday, September 4, people gathered under a large white tent to participate in the Second Annual Potters Bowl.
Ms. Sierputoski spends long days picking up fresh produce from Island farms and delivering it to schools and customers all over the Island.
Family-owned dairy farms produce various kinds of fresh farm milk.
Twenty-five movies in four days. MV International Film Festival brings feature films from 15 to 20 different nations.
The town's financial watchdog committee recommends deep cuts in the council on aging, library, and other services.
Oak Bluffs roundabout debate yields no result. Another hearing scheduled for September 22.
Some of the Island's best produce is still in full swing. North Tabor Farm's mixed baby greens and Mermaid Farm's heirloom tomatoes are among my favorite.
It came down to two contestants from Boston in the deciding round of the karaoke finals at Season's in Oak Bluffs on September 1.
Nursing students such as Erica Mazza provided Martha's Vineyard Hospital with an extra dose of enthusiasm and helping hands during summer's influx of patients.
The fire broke out in a Martha's Vineyard Shipyard storage yard in the Airport Business Park. The state fire marshal will investigate.