Monthly Archives: October 2012
There was no trouble Monday during Sandy's visit, none on Tuesday as we assessed the damage.
None of it was unexpected for Islanders used to winter storms reshaping beaches, or even catastrophic "” except perhaps for lovers of Lucy Vincent Beach.
"I have yet to eat any locally produced food that is not superior to anything trucked onto the Island."
Turn a walk into an expedition to gather flora to make your own centerpiece.
Hess is More, the brain-child of Danish composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Mikkel Hess, is performing on Friday, November 2, at Dreamland in Oak Bluffs.
Friends and family of Tim Fullin of Vineyard Haven are having a benefit party at the Portuguese-American Club this Saturday, Nov.
Enjoy a locally-sourced dinner at the M.V. Regional High School on November 5.
"Burn For Burn" by Siobhan Vivian & Jenny Han – This series-starter is set on fictional, postcard-perfect "Jar Island," home to charming tourist shops, pristine beaches, amazing oceanfront homes.
Midnight Farm has relocated to the former home of the Bunch of Grapes, and owner Tamara Weiss is happy about it.
Instead of muddling mint for a mojito, warm up with hot apple cider, drinks made with cinnamon whiskey, and apple and pumpkin beverages.
The goal of the study is to come up with the least aggressive and most cost-effective solutions to slowing erosion along Chilmark Pond and Lucy Vincent Beach.
As usual with Shakespeare for the Masses, the adaptation is short, funny, and physically lively.
Josh Levy and Prudence Athearn Levy of Vineyard Nutrition created a cookbook with Island Grown Schools and Mass in Motion for simple, healthy meals.
Democrats hope to regain a seat Republicans hope to hold in a race that has attracted national attention and heaps of money.
A Halloween teen comedy about a high school senior, Wren, who's supposed to be babysitting her younger brother, but gets an invitation to the party of the year.
Welcome to the world of hedge fund trading in "Arbitrage," a first-run thriller playing at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center.
In 1938, a storm surge of 10 to 12 feet inundated the coasts of Rhode Island, Connecticut, southeastern Massachusetts, and Long Island, NY.
The Times asked Mr. Keating and Mr. Sheldon to respond briefly to a series of questions.
With severe weather conditions predicted to last through Tuesday, the Tisbury selectmen postponed their regularly scheduled meeting to 5 pm tonight, November 1, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Fourteen names appear on the ballot for nine slots. Five of the 14 candidates are incumbents.