The following letter was sent to Oak Bluffs police chief Erik Blake. My husband and I wish to commend the four officers of your department who were so responsive to our needs on Sunday, July 13.
Infrequently, I listen to network television and feel I’m watching Cliff Notes — a dumbed-down version of something poignant. Instead, I choose to watch and listen to Democracy Now! with host Amy Goodman.
The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury would like to express its deep appreciation for the support of its blueberry festival.
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of July 22, 1915: The Fifth Regiment, Mass. Vol. Infantry, Col. Frank F. Cutting commanding, arrived on the island Sunday afternoon last and went into camp at Eastville.
Bodhi Path Buddhist Center of Martha’s Vineyard announces that the 14th Shamarpa, Mipham Chokyi Lodro, died on June 11 at Bodhi Path Renchen Ulm in Germany.
After 20 years spent teaching bidding, I’m instructing students in play of the hand this summer. My main textbook is Plan Before You Play by Howard Ringel.
The Life and Mind of Mark Defriest, screens at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center in Vineyard Haven on Sunday, July 27. The documentary tells the story of Mark Defriest’s time in one of Florida's most dangerous prisons.
Architect Michael Van Valkenburgh will speak July 31 at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center as part of its Summer Institute Speaker series.
A piercing vibrato soared through the woods in West Tisbury on Monday afternoon as Martha’s Vineyard’s only opera company put the finishing touches on its production of Mozart Flute (Magic Included).