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Five years after leaving the big city, it can be a bit disorienting to experience it anew

The Long Island Press Club was founded years ago by Karl Grossman

I can tell that it is spreading a mosquito-control pesticide on the salt marshes at Napeague Harbor or at Accabonac

It was my inner imp that was getting in the way

It was a big present for a big, round-number birthday

It’s easy to go on about the president.

One of the pleasures of living where I do, surrounded by swamp on three sides in Amagansett, is that the underbrush is filled with life

“I could have done that.”

But this is spring, the season for revery as well as revelry

Farmers markets, which everyone waits for eagerly in the off-season, are one of the nicest things about summer