Home 2012

Yearly Archives: 2012

Differentiating between a tumor, an egg, and a hernia

Abdominal swelling could mean several things to a vet, none of them simple to treat.

Learning and playing in nature, with Project Headway

The all-volunteer project is a work in progress that will expand in the coming months and years. Future plans for the space include a rope bridge.

Martha’s VIneyard District court report

May 24, 2012 Richard Abrazinski, Edgartown; DOB 2/25/62, carrying a dangerous weapon: continued to pretrial conference. Asa W. French, Vineyard Haven; DOB 8/8/85, assault and battery:...

Martha’s Vineyard bridge club results

Michael and Sandy Lindheimer took first place among the north-south players at the Thursday, June 7, Island Bridge Club (IBC) duplicate competition.

Academic Honors

Caroline Flanders of West Tisbury received a Juris Doctor degree, Magna Cum Laude, at the Massachusetts School of Law in Andover.


Neyla M.


The benefit for Rick Vanderhoop this past Saturday was unbelievable! The Aquinnah Shop was packed inside and out.


Last night was the Chilmark School's end of the year concert and theater production.


For those of you who use email to give me news, note that I have a new email address.


Hats off to the Class of 2012, who walked the Tabernacle stage on Sunday like so many before.

West Tisbury

Smoke wafted out of chimneys as woodstoves were heated up once again for a few cold, damp nights at the beginning of the week.

Drinks of the week (both alcoholic and non) on Martha’s Vineyard

A taste of the Cacao Kapow from Blissed-Out and Zephrus's sangria.

Louisa Gould Gallery opens Summer Splash

Seven artists join forces for a new show at Louisa Gould Gallery.

Noteworthy events at Martha’s Vineyard galleries

Classes, scholarships, an ongoing photography show, and art by Nora Rosenbaum at Dragonfly Gallery headline this week's gallery activities.

Martha’s Vineyard gallery openings

Louisa Gould Gallery 5–7 pm, Vineyard Haven.

It’s the typeface

The new typeface of the MV Times is just awful.


Once upon a time, a Times reader could be insulated from the corrosive comments of anonymous correspondents by simply choosing to resist the urge to look at the online comments.

Accident awaits

I went to the selectmen's meeting on June 12, to talk about the new slant parking, but opted not to continue in the public comment time because very few listen with empathy.

Pitch in

As a newly elected Oak Bluffs finance committee member, I am honored to serve our community.