We had come to see “Traces of the Trade: A Story From the Deep North,”
Sandra Arnold led the singing of spirituals during a “walk of remembrance” to the slave burial ground at Sylvester Manor on Saturday morning. She was among those who spoke following a screening of “Traces of the Trade: A Story From the Deep North” at the Shelter Island Library the previous night. Sylvester Manor Photo

Oh boy, here we go

This new storm system, moving from the Midwest to the Northeast, will bring plenty of recriminations, coarse language, and gnashing of teeth

The set arrives, glassy, cement-like, smooth, as very cold water seems

I was only too eager for any promise of warm weather

Carissa Katz, The Star’s managing editor, pointed out that February was the time when things just start to go bad in general.

I happen to love the Robertson family, that grizzly bunch from “Duck Dynasty.”

The research is pretty clear that every year without a cigarette improves your chances at longevity

Those of us with iceboats tucked away in garages and barns have been busy digging them out and heading for Mecox Bay.