What follows is the progress report written on behalf of the Squibnocket Beach committee and delivered to the special town meeting Monday night.
On Sunday the Unitarian Universalists are welcoming Ellie Bates to the podium. Ms. Bates will be leading the service through her poetry, and talking about what it means to be a poet.
On Sunday, Oct. 26, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will host a reception for the latest multimedia show by Susan Klein and Alan Brigish.
It is quite reasonable to recognize that the policy makers in the town of Oak Bluffs are exploring a “paradigm shift” to strategize making the Oak Bluffs beaches part of its revenues to the town.
On Monday Jaws 2 was back cluttering up Edgartown with cables, trucks, extras and all the wonderful paraphernalia used in the world of illusion.
Johanna Wooden is a photographer, teacher and world traveler who lived and taught on the border of North Korea for two years in Cheorwon, a small South Korean army town.
Members of the Tri-Town Ambulance Department are suiting up for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The volunteers picked up custom-made shirts featuring the Island encircled by a pink breast cancer ribbon during a meeting on Wednesday.
Perhaps this Halloween is the time to dig the grave just a bit deeper. It is time to walk hand in hand with the real dead. And if Holly Nadler is your guide, it could prove to be a very crowded walk.
Next week, the subject will be pork at the third annual Swine and Dine festival. Come and celebrate all things pigtastically tasty, with expert butchers and cooks descending on the Island.