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The exterior of EMP Summer House on Pantigo Road and Spring Close Highway in East Hampton
The EMP Summer House dining room
The backyard is a popular and more casual dining option.

A rendering by NK Architects and Croxton Collaborative Architects show the proposed three-story cinema arts building with two theaters, a screening room, and a rooftop deck. NK Architects and Croxton Collaborative Architects

The restaurant at East Hampton Point, soon to be home to Moby’s, has indoor and outdoor bars and boasts expansive views of Three Mile Harbor. Morgan McGivern

Donald Horowitz held his nose against the pungent odor of his blooming corpse flower. Carissa Katz

New owners’ associates insist preservation is aim
Grey Gardens, the East Hampton Village house made famous in the documentary film of the same name, has changed hands again, and work is being done to shore up and improve the structure. Jamie Buffalino

Enrollment drop leaves space for 90 more kids
The Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, above, has run a prekindergarten program for the East Hampton School District since 1997. Christine Sampson

Field of seven, including one from East Hampton, hope to take on Zeldin
Perry Gershon, the only Democratic congressional hopeful from East Hampton, believes he is best suited to win the general election. Durell Godfrey

Residents sound off on expansion vote
Hallways at the Springs School must sometimes double as instructional spaces, as there are 734 students in a building intended for 350. Residents will decide on March 6 whether to approve the funding needed for a building expansion. ­­­David E. Rattray

“All the Things I Lost in the Flood: Essays on Pictures, Language and Code”
Images from “All the Things I Lost in the Flood” by Laurie Anderson depict the musician and visual and performance artist in various guises and settings across a more than four-decade career.
Laurie Anderson performing “United States Parts 1-4,” a multimedia narration, in the early 1980s.

“My only goal is to get the kids involved in a safe environment,”
Craig Macnaughton