John Scott Prudenti spoke to the Hansen family for about 20 minutes after Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Thursday.
Alonso Garcia, left, moved to Springs for first grade and plays soccer six days a week; Ephraim Munoz remained at the John M. Marshall Elementary School and has lost four teeth since graduating from kindergarten a year ago.
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One of the two locations being considered for an emergency care facility in East Hampton Town is town-owned acreage off Stephen Hand's Path, the site of soccer fields as well as the building now housing the Child Development Center of the Hamptons.
A second possible spot for the satellite emergency care facility is the site of ballfields off of Pantigo Place in East Hampton.Morgan McGivern
Susan Gentile Hackett, Project Most’s director of development, said the organization is grateful and excited to be able to use the gallery space next to Mary’s Marvelous on Newtown Lane this summer.
Nancy Atlas, a Montauk musician who has performed here for 20 years.
“I’m sitting on my summer job,” Maggie Ryan said Monday evening from her perch on the 63-foot Mon Tiki Largo sailing catamaran, which is expected to be ready for passengers within the month.
Paul Turturro, Gerald Okkeke, Daquan Ravenell, and Joe Gasslein, a few of the many apprentices and crew members who helped build and assemble the Montauk Catamaran Company’s Mon Tiki Largo, rested after launching the boat on Monday. Carissa Katz
The Mon Tiki Largo was brought to Montauk in three tractor trailer truckloads from the warehouse in Holbrook where she was built.David Ryan
Amelia, Maggie, and David Ryan stood on one of the boat's crossbeams after its launch Monday evening.Carissa Katz
“It’s a wonderfully evocative design," Capt. David Ryan said of the Mon Tiki Largo. "There are not too many handmade 60-foot objects capable of going around the globe.”Carissa Katz
Daquan Ravenell has worked on the Mon Tiki Largo since October.Carissa Katz
Peter Dankowski, a farmer in Wainscott, sold the development rights to his farmland, but developers still hunger for it. More in "Fighting Fake Farms" in this issue of East.
The Round Swamp clan of farmers, fishermen, cooks, and helping hands is featured in the first issue of East, the new magazine from The East Hampton Star. Michael Halsband