Monthly Archives: November 2011
Two chances to stock up on high-quality makeup products.
Former Plum TV co-host Guinevere Cramer of Oak Bluffs has been named marketing and events manager at Point B Realty LLC in Nevin Square, Edgartown.
Offshore Ale Company brewer Neil Atkins won a gold medal for the popular Oak Bluffs restaurant and brewery's "Beach Road Nut Brown Ale" at the 2011 Great International Beer Festival in Maywood, New Jersey this month.
Noreen Mavro-Flanders, Dukes County treasurer and also chairman of the Cape Cod Municipal Health Group (CCMHG) board of directors, wrote this week to explain that the description of that organization as a "purchasing group," in the
Blue Sky MV LTD has bought Blue Heron Farm in Chilmark, where President Obama and his family have spent August vacations for the last three years.
The West Tisbury Free Public Library will hold a public focus group to gather community comment on plans to expand and renovate its 20-year-old facility at 6 pm, Tuesday, December 6 at the Howes House on State Road, across from Alley's Store.
Selectman calls proposal to review large private homes horrifying.
Opponents of the Oak Bluffs Monster Shark Tournament offer "shark-free," and "shark-friendly alternatives.
Aquinnah voters will decide whether to sign up for solar power services from Vineyard Power Cooperative, Inc.
For folks who would like a special "North Pole" postmark on their mail, the U.
Due to unexpected illness, the mailing address for the Red Stocking Fund has temporarily been changed to Box 600, Edgartown, MA 02539.
Tisbury police are warning residents about a phone scam received by at least two Tisbury residents this week.
A great way to burn off turkey and battle turpitude, the annual festival at Felix Neck helps Islanders bid adieu to Thanksgiving.
The M.V. Film Festival begins its Winter Film Series December 3 at the Chilmark Community Center with a night full of family activities.
Before you go into meat and potato overload, and get too comfy in those oversized sweaters, get reacquainted with these winter gems.
The portraits can be a painting, drawing, or photograph, and they will be displayed at the Pease House Board Room Gallery at the museum.
Looking for things to do with your family and friends after the Thanksgiving feast? You're at the right place.
Sometimes not taken so seriously, ukuleles can make serious music for those looking for serious fun.