Penned by high school senior Phoebe Ray, the production re-imagines a 1621 English Jacobean play of the same name.
The ensemble describes the production as surrealist and promises black comedy that will keep audiences enthralled.
Islanders young and old flocked to the Village Green to enjoy simple, small-town delights.
Some question the district’s willingness to let two teachers quietly resign.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has named Safa Jeneidi, co-owner of Iyad’s Syrian Grill, Entrepreneur of the Year.
The U.S. Coast Guard was out, protecting the humpback whale and keeping boats at the proper distance.
Editor’s Note: This article, originally published in The Beachcomber’s May 4 print edition, now contains additional reporting on a May…
According to the report, the teacher admitted to becoming close to a student, particularly during the summer after his high school graduation.
Get tickets and read extensive program notes to prepare for the ground-breaking opera.
By midweek, the measure had surpassed the 60 percent threshold required for approval.
Zabette Macomber and Toby Holmes, who have both served for the past eight years, won’t be running again for their seats.
Sean’s remarkable life touched many others on the island.
Two local teachers, who both recently resigned from their jobs following the school district’s conclusion of separate, months-long investigations of misconduct, now face new investigations — this time by the state office charged with certifying teachers.