I have just been invited to go for a sail in my boat. I say my boat because Bluebeard was my boat for so long —thanks to the ministrations of dozens of friends.
When I moved to the Island 15 years ago for a summer job, everything I owned fit into the back of my 1989 Ford Taurus station wagon. 
Professor Philip Weinstein will present Anna Karenina and The Brothers Karamazov beginning on Sept. 9 and continuing through December at a series of Wednesday seminars at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Louisa Gould is holding her eighth annual abstract art show at her gallery in Vineyard Haven on Saturday, August 29, from 5 to 7 p.m.
The waning of August brings once more one of the traditional great days of the Vineyard’s summer season, Governor’s Day, with the evening illumination of the Camp Ground at Oak Bluffs.
Tonight, August 28, is the opening of the one man show about the life and times of Paul Robeson. The show is being performed by Stogie Kenyatta at Union Chapel.
Now that the dust has settled and the rides, booths, and blue ribbons have been put away for another year, I feel a need to comment on the fair.
A wonderful thing happened after my husband and I came home from Mad Martha’s on Saturday night, August 22.
Members of the newly-formed Island Coalition for Tiny Houses would like to thank everyone who visited our tiny house at the fair.