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Grand memories of grand moments

Chance meetings with Patricia Neal were always an event, whether she was greeting passersby on the sidewalk or — attired in bright-flowered dress and broad-brimmed hat — dramatically entering the dining room of the Daggett House restaurant.


In addition to the beaches where dogs are not allowed, as listed in last week's Visiting Veternarian, dogs are prohibited at all times from Edgartown's Bend in the Road Beach and South Beach, and also from Joseph A.

In flight at 80

August 6, 2010 was the 80th birthday of Beverly Brush, a resident of Windemere.

Alberta G. Barbash

Alberta Grigas Barbash, 90, of North Haven, Conn.

A word to the guests

This letter is a general observation from a trip to the grocery store.

Faith and stubbornness

I appreciate The Times coverage of the life of actress Patricia Neal.

Calls for a plebiscite on wind

You can't help but notice all the current discussions on wind towers and wind energy, so let's not waste any more time.

Then, you explain Mass Audubon’s support of the Ocean Plan and Cape Wind

In the August 12 MV Times, my Chilmark neighbor, Jay Ayer, challenged POINT to put in writing that "some members of the panel (wind forum) suggested that Mass Audubon had a cozy relationship with Cape Wind.

Her spirit abides

A star in Hollywood — and in the world — dimmed this week when Patricia Neal passed away.

Oak Bluffs is not on the job

In the evening of August 10, my daughter found a small loose dog in Oak Bluffs.

Thanks and an invitation to help

The Ken Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund would like to thank its golfers and the Martha's Vineyard community for their continued support and generosity for our annual golf tournament and fundraising activities.

Classes at the YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard

Twenty years ago during an afternoon in Manhattan, Eddie Parker slouched in the showroom of his ladies' handbag business, uninspired and unfulfilled.

Teens have a variety of questions for President Obama

The arrival this week of President Barack Obama and his family for vacation is causing a stir in all age groups, including teenagers.

Demonstration of new solar thermal technology

SunWaterMV, an Island company that specializes in solar technology, will hold an open house demonstration of ways to reduce fossil fuel use with new solar thermal technology.

Mansion House uses geothermal technology to green its business

A geothermal heat pump system, run by the stored solar energy found in the abundant groundwater below the Mansion House, along with a sophisticated energy control system, now make the hotel one of the greenest hotels in Massachusetts, according to a press statement released this week by Susan Goldstein, the owner with her husband, Sherm, of the Vineyard Haven business.

Ralph D. Bermudes

Ralph Donald Bermudes, born in Havana, Cuba in 1928, the eldest son of Ralph Angel and Charlotte (Meserve) Bermudes, died on the island of Martha's Vineyard on Thursday, July 22, 2010.

Chali 2na at Nectar’s

Former member of Jurassic 5, hip-hop artist Chali 2na performs at Nectar's this Friday, August 13 with Two Fresh, Break Science, Borahm Lee, and Adam Deitch.

Noteworthy events

The nonprofit Martha's Vineyard Center for Living (formerly the Island Council on Aging) hosts a Summer Bazaar and Fancy Fleas this Saturday, August 14, at the M.