Carlos Hernandez read a poem in honor of Robert Dash, his mentor and fellow gardener at Madoo.
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Jane Iselin with Dash's dog Barnsley before the service on Sunday. Ms. Iselin adopted the dog after Dash died last year.Durell Godfrey
Alejandro Saralegui spoke at the front of an arbor, designed by Dash for the Madoo gardens. To the left was a portrait of him by Fairfield Porter.Durell Godfrey
A closer view of the portraitDurell Godfrey
Robert Storr, dean of the Yale School of Art, remembered Dash on Sunday.Durell Godfrey
Tina Raver was also a speaker.Durell Godfrey
Clams and Bloody Marys were served in honor of Dash, who was known for serving them at events.Durell Godfrey
A truck parked in a driveway on Bluff Road was demolished when a Mercedes flipped over, bounced off of it, and flipped over again early Saturday morning.
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The passengers of the Mercedes were able to walk away from the accident, but the car took out a swath of vegetation as it careened off the road.
Quamine T. Taylor, right, outside East Hampton Town Justice Court on Saturday after an appearance on a 2013 arrest warrant resulted in his arrest in Westhampton.
Alleged victim said she was contacted at home in Ireland by an agent working for the defendant
Jason Lee entering the criminal courts building in Riverside today
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The airport could produce enough income on its own to borrow at least $4.35 million this year and more next year, a town-appointed committee found.