The exhibition of Cile Downs at the Art Center at Duck Creek is a cause for celebration, not just of the art and artist, but the space itself.
The world of digital currency has landed in the Hamptons. Wampum First, a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange, has launched a cryptocurrency “wallet” to sell memberships in a new archery range on Old Point Road in Southampton.
Residents of Amagansett and members of its citizens advisory committee chided the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday over its June 7 vote to allow the East Hampton Library’s annual Authors Night fund-raiser and children’s fair to be held at 555 Montauk Highway, an open field the town bought using the community preservation fund in 2014.
The East Hampton Town Board will hold a hearing at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on proposed parking restrictions at the lots serving the popular Ditch Plain ocean beach in Montauk.
Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski has endorsed Kate Browning, who is seeking the Democratic Party’s nomination to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin.
As East Hampton Village prepares to return the historic Dominy clock and woodworking shops to their original location on North Main Street, donations of 18th and 19th-century artifacts, including a 1787 business ledger, were presented to the East Hampton Village Board on Friday.
L.I. Collection
Originally built as a summer residence for Walter Edwards Jr., a lawyer, and his wife, Camilla Leonard Edwards, of New York City, Kilkare came to be part of the Georgica Association.
The Montauk Observatory is bringing the International Space Station experience to Guild Hall in East Hampton to answer those questions and more. Marine Col., retired, and NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik has two talks coming up about his time aboard the space station.
On Sunday, a neighbor reported what appeared to be a fire at 172 Redwood Road, but upon arrival the Fire Department found no flames whatsoever. The culprit? A red-and-white streamer reflecting light onto a window that gave the appearance of fire.