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Linda Jean's wait staff and customers have whipped up a melange of delectable down home recipes, delivered only seven months after the idea began to simmer.
Last summer, when Holly and I were planning our budget wedding, she asked whether I'd like to spend a summer in Paris.
Water and its resident animals have had a primal connection to humans for more than two million years, sustaining our bodies and nourishing our souls.
The Martha's Vineyard Model Flying Club (MVMFC) has been flying comfortably below the public radar for the past five years, but now it wants to soar — with new members.
At 10 o'clock last Saturday night, Main Street in Vineyard Haven looked more like July 4th weekend than a chilly September evening.
Oh, that Patti Linn.
"Hitchhiking with Larry David: A true story from Martha's Vineyard" by Paul Samuel Dolman, South Beach Publishing, Nashville TN, July 2010, 194 pp.
Al Unser Jr.
A week on Martha's Vineyard is a voyage of self-discovery as much as a vacation for inner city kids from the Philadelphia area who visit the Island each summer.
"Cooler Heads" by William Harlan Richter.
Bit by bit, Michael Travers is learning about Martha's Vineyard history.
"Satan's Peril" by Tom Hale, self-published.
While Memorial Day weekend is the nominal start of our summer season, the Fourth of July weekend is when the season really explodes.
Shelly and Bob O'Neil have experienced the benefit of laughter in their lives and they're about to provide guffaws for us with an eight-week season beginning Saturday, July 3, showcasing more than a dozen of America's best-known stand-up comics.
Island artists are finding new ways to fuel their economic engines in our stalled national economy.
"For All The Right Reasons" by Ann Lister, SleighFarm Publishing Group, 248 ppg, $9.
Nectar's begins its second season under the management group that launched Nectar's in Burlington, Vermont more than 30 years ago.
During a recent interview, Gail Stevenson positions herself to see both the nursing desk and the hallways of the acute care ward at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Michelangelo reportedly said that he saw his famous statue, David, inside a block of marble and simply chipped away until the figure emerged.