Monthly Archives: August 2012
MVRHS boys varsity basketball coach Mike Joyce led the Vineyarders to three straight Eastern Athletic Conference titles and a 21-3 record last year.
Sixty-Four competitors riding in three dozen kayaks, a canoe, a rowboat, and a passel of paddle boards, competed on a perfect late summer's morning.
I wonder what Martha's Vineyard would do without the financial, community, educational, political, and social support of those New Yorkers whom you refer to as "ghastly nuisances and there are lots of them.
How not to properly investigate.
Not on Martha's Vineyard? One in seven adult women in Massachusetts has been a victim of rape in her lifetime (National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey/CDC – 2011).
It is truly amazing to experience the depth of care, giving, and love that is found in this Island community.
I thought Dan Cabot's Alzheimer's piece was great (Aug.
It's amazing to me that we are approaching the end of another summer.
For as long as I have lived here (going on 23 years), I have been fighting the losing battle of preserving the proper and correct name (well, nickname, actually) of the Campground in Oak Bluffs.
Most Vineyarders who follow world and national events probably do so with cable television, primarily from a few competing networks.
After three close encounters in one week with bicyclists oblivious to cars and pedestrians, I now have sticky notes attached to my dashboard with arrows in all directions.
Labor Day is upon us again, and college kids are going back to school.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am passionate about the high quality of education we have on the Vineyard.
My daughter and three of her friends were taking the VTA bus from The Fair to Vineyard Haven when they had the misfortune of being on the bus with someone who was maybe under the influence and threatening to "kill people.
We have been coming to the Vineyard for 36 summers without a break.
I am writing a letter to warn folks that there are people out there determined to suppress political expression on the Vineyard.
Recently there have been alarming reports of outbreaks of West Nile fever in Dallas and Chicago.
Americans celebrated Labor Day for the first time on September 5, 1882, in New York City.
Our eldest granddaughter has been coming to the Vineyard ever since she was a little baby.
And so, once again, I spent the majority of my August vacation on the phone with Comcast.