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We're in that spring limbo of wool sweaters one day, tee-shirts the next, with raincoats always on hand, just waiting for Mother Nature to make up her mind, already.
I can't begin to tell you how much I'm enjoying this spring.
Olga T. Rouse
Olga Terletzky Rouse, formerly of Michigan and Florida and Martha's Vineyard, died on April 28 after a three- year battle with lung cancer.
Swish, swish, swish
Good morning, Mom, Dad, and Brother Ian.
Wellfest: Healthy and whole
Island Theatre Workshop opens new doors
Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) is very excited to have their own space after 42 years of traveling to different venues, from the Sailing Camp Park in Oak Bluffs to schools and senior centers.
Derby Day at the P.A.
There were Mint Juleps aplenty at the Portuguese-American Club last Saturday for what some call the most exciting two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby.
Better than chowder
Congratulations to Jim Gordon of Cape Wind.
Spanish spoken here
On Thursday, April 29, the multi-purpose main hall of the Charter School was transformed into Tarde Espanola (Spanish Afternoon).
A standard for appreciation
To the Editor:This is a letter of heartfelt thanks on behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard and the Island Food Pantry volunteers to David and Joanne — the owners of Chesca's restaurant on North Water Street in Edgartown.
Louise M. Norton
Paul Langmuir, 67, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at home in Providence on April 30.
Daniel Joshua d.
Overjoyed by paper step
I was overjoyed when I read that a market would take the risky initiative to place a fee on paper grocery bags.
The Cape and Islands chapter of the American Red Cross will hold an Adult CPR/AED and First Aid class this Saturday, May 8, at the YMCA at 57 Pequot Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services Early Childhood Program (ECP) was selected as one of the top 10 high-performing school readiness organizations in Massachusetts by Social Impact Research (SIR).
A 3-word poem
In a chair.
It’s the motion
The Tisbury School gym was rocking on the morning of April 16, and it wasn't just because everyone was excited about the upcoming school vacation week.
Holga Heaven photography show at Featherstone
Weeks ago, several young art students were given inexpensive plastic cameras, called Holgas, and an assignment to take one roll of pictures per week.