Frequently Asked Questions
What is your telephone or fax number?
631/324-0002 tel.; 631/324-7943 fax.
What is your mailing address?
The East Hampton Star
153 Main Street - P.O. Box 5002
East Hampton, N.Y. 11937
What is your email address?
General editorial inquiries: email@example.com
Letters to the editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photographic submissions: email@example.com
Classified advertising: firstname.lastname@example.org
When does The Star come out?
The East Hampton Star is published every Thursday.
Where can I find out about advertising?
Click here for our online media kit.
Which communities does The Star cover?
We cover the South Fork of Long Island from Montauk to Southampton Village. This includes the villages and hamlets of Amagansett, Springs, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, North Haven, Noyac, Wainscott, Sagaponack, Bridgehampton, and Water Mill. We welcome news, business items, community events, and personal, educational, or career milestones of people who live within our coverage area.
How do I submit items?
Wedding and obituary forms can be downloaded from our Forms page. Local news can be sent by e-mail, regular mail, or given by phone to a member of our editorial staff. Our e-mail address for new items is email@example.com. It is always a good idea to phone to make sure your news is received -- 631-324-0002.
Where can I get a copy of the paper?
Individual copies of The Star are $1 and are available at shops and groceries throughout East Hampton and eastern Southampton Town. The Star is sold in New York City at Shakespeare & Company, 939 Lexington Avenue (between 68th and 69th Streets) and 716 Broadway (between 4th Street and Astor Place.) Back issues are available at The Star office, 153 Main Street in East Hampton Village.
What is your letters to the editor policy?
Deadline 5 p.m. Monday. Letters must be sent only to The East Hampton Star and to no other publication, group, or Web site. The Star does not publish anonymous letters, or those judged to be proselytizing, an invasion of privacy, libelous, or obscene. Letters that are copies of those sent to public officials or other individuals or groups, or contain lengthy quotations will be dealt with as we judge appropriate. We consider