Sunday, April 7, 2013
The fashion designer from Palm Beach made her mark on Martha's Vineyard as well.
The Florida woman whose exuberantly patterned clothing designs defined coastal chic from Palm Beach to the Vineyard has died in, the New York Times is reporting. Lilly Pulitzer was 81, according to the Times. Begininng in the 1960s, when Jacqueline Kennedy was photographed in one of Pulitzer's sleeveless minidresses, and continuing well into the 70s, Pulitzer's colorful summerwear became wardrobe staples for seasonal Martha's Vineyard residents like actress Ruth Gordon, who took her daily strolls in Edgartown wearing "Lilly shifts" and chiffon hair bows. In the Pink, an Edgartown boutique, carries Lilly Pulitzer-licensed merchandise. But, according to the Times, Pulitzer herself had not been involved in the business beyond approving print …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
A memorial will be held for Jonathan Place Thursday, Aug. 30, at Cape Cod Baptist Church.
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Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Jonathan Manny Place passed away August 4, 2012 in his home in Falmouth at the age of 65. A memorial service will be held at Cape Cod Baptist Church, 805 Teaticket Highway, on Thursday, August 30 at 3:30 p.m. Call 508 540 6884 for more information. Jonathan was born on August 30, 1946 in Greenwich, CT into the loving and caring family of Jack and Ella Place. He was the proud grandson of Ralph P. Manny and Clyde R. Place. Above all else, Jonathan Place was a proud father. Having a son at the age of 42, he vowed to make fatherhood his biggest and proudest life accomplishment. He spent his later years raising his son, David, as well as being a prominent father figure to Joshua and Bethany Coffin. He is survived by his mother, Ella M. Place; …
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
In 1946, Mr. Franklin launched Franklin Sports with his brother to manufacture a line of sporting goods which grew into a major brand in the global market.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Falmouth has lost the beloved Kitty Baker, longtime writer best known for her heartfelt warm wishes to Falmouth residents for decades. Kitty Baker was responsible for keeping us all informed of our Falmouth friends' birthdays, anniversaries, around town happenings and the arrival of new babies.She always made everyone feel so special when she mentioned your name in her column with a witty flair. Kitty Baker served as president, vice president, board-director and treasurer of the Falmouth Theatre Guild from 1960-1975. She went on to direct and produce many shows at the Highfield Theatre through the early 1990's. Kitty Baker was a regular contributor to the Sunday Cape Cod Times for years until they moved her column out of print and on to …