Monthly Archives: November 2011
We can look forward to several more Republican so-called debates, with a large cast of contestants and engaging comic relief provided by such bizarre characters as Michelle Bachman and Ron Paul, but it is reasonably certain that our president in January, 2013 will be one of three men: Obama, Romney, or Perry.
On Sunday, October 23, the Daytrippers, a great new Island band that plays Beatles songs, held a benefit concert for Island Grown Schools at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) at the Regional High School.
"Dogs and horses are prohibited … at Lambert's Cove Beach, from June 15 to September 15 of each year.
Glad to hear there's a
In response to last week's letter, "
When Nicole Galland and Chelsea McCarthy get their hands on one of the works of Shakespeare, you never know what to expect.
With the exception of the Charter School, the other Island elementary schools that participated have opted out of the program for this year.
For their last event of the year, The Vineyard Playhouse will take part in an event that theaters throughout the nation will be hosting simultaneously on Monday, Nov.
Remake of the 1984 classic.
A service celebrating the life of Patricia "Pat" Mastromonaco, will be held at 1 pm, Saturday, November 5, at the Vineyard Assembly of GodChurch, 1048 State Road, Vineyard Haven.
Page Doss died peacefully in his sleep at Windemere Nursing and Rehab Center on Oct.
Friday night, Shindig in Edgartown is hosting an event from 5 to 9 pm that will showcase paintings, ceramics, and one-of-a-kind shirts by Golly.
For the second time in less than a week, Tisbury firefighters fought an early morning blaze. There were no injuries.
An Italian thriller with more twists and turns than a pretzel and more than a tinge of horror.
Vineyard jewelry stores, offering an abundance of distinctive, one-of-a-kind rings, can help make the experience fun.
Edgartown mustered a quorum on its second try and handily completed a 15-article special town meeting Tuesday night. Voters approved all articles.
Ralph Stewart's shots of Atlantic and Seasons on Saturday, and William Street on Monday.
New organization, Island Climate Action Network, is looking for ways to battle the effects of climate change one meeting at a time.
Mass. hospital funding may be in jeopardy as federal government considers budget cuts.
Though the weekly Farmers' Market at the Grange ended in October, the group has started its bi-weekly Winter Farmers' Market at the Ag Hall.