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There will be a potluck celebration of the life of Arthur Cormier from 12 noon to 3 pm on Sunday, March 20, at the P-A Club in Oak Bluffs.
On February 23, 25 members of the Irish History class at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School and six chaperones left for a great adventure in Ireland.
Shakespeare for the Masses posted an announcement for its upcoming show on Facebook.
You don't have to go to Southie to get green beer and hear Irish music today. So far, the line-up of celebrations includes Seasons, The Newes, and Offshore Ale.
In the light of the fiscal mess Oak Bluffs is in, I am expressing support and respect to selectperson Gail Barmakian's exit of last week's meeting.
Our founding fathers would be rolling in their graves if they were here to witness the blatant power grab of the corporate dictators.
At this time our Congress is working to find ways to reduce federal spending, so that government spending is not so much more than the government's income.
Mary Farley died at the Mashpee Health Care Center on March 2, after a brief illness.
Saturday, the annual Martha's Vineyard Hospital Health Fair provided visitors with the opportunity to take advantage of a gathering of health care providers and organizations, and wander the halls of the new hospital, which has been freshy decorated with the work of Island artists.
Mo and I would like to take a moment and thank everyone that responded to the
The library staff would like to express a heartfelt thanks to our mistress of rhymes, Susanna Sturgis, for presiding over this event; our jury members, Joe Eldredge, and Jonathan Revere, for keeping us in order; and our musical guests, Gregg Harcourt, Mary Wolverton, Mattie and Sunny, for graciously providing Irish music for inspiration.
Therese Marie McKinnon Hall, wife of Benjamin Lambert "Buzz" Hall, of Edgartown, died peacefully while under hospice care at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital on March 4, 2011, finally succumbing to a nine-year battle with ovarian cancer.
More than 40 years ago, a friend, an ex-marine, who served in Vietnam and survived countless firefights and fortunately returned home miraculously unscathed, would always tell me, "It only takes one man to start a revolution.
Twenty years ago I walked out of the M.
I traveled to Oak Bluffs to return a jacket I purchased for my son.
Have you stopped by down-Island Cronigs lately? Okay, now it is time to take a deep breath and let out a long sigh.
I'm delighted about the design for the new Edgartown Library, which provides for both children and adults.
This past weekend I had the privilege of traveling with the MVRHS Drama Troupe while they performed at the Massachusetts Drama Guild Inc.
Edwin "Bob" Newhall Woods died at home in Santa Maria, California, on March 1, 2011.