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  • When Edwina von Gal, the landscape designer who founded the Perfect Earth Project, throws a party, you can bet that the music will be top-notch, and the lineup for her nonprofit’s biennial family picnic and concert on Labor Day weekend is a case in point.
  • Jasper’s bare feet pounding the ground as he runs through the fields at Quail Hill seem to turn the earth hollow beneath him, a sound felt as much as heard.
  • When lightning knocks out the electricity, the Internet is down, or a hurricane renders cellphone contact all but impossible, it will be people like the members of the Bonac Amateur Radio Club who will be there to help.
  • Polynesian-inspired sailing catamaran was work of many hands, many hearts.
  • The Suffolk County Department of Health confirmed on Monday that testing had detected a cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, bloom in Wainscott Pond, the first this year in East Hampton Town.
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    On an unseasonably warm day in early March, a tour of the LongHouse Reserve’s gardens began on the Golden Path, where Barmstead gold, a late bloomer in the reserve’s winter-flowering witch hazel collection, was still resplendent in rich yellow with a burgundy burst at its center.

  • Ruth D. McCrea, a writer and illustrator who had worked for all the major New York publishing houses, died at home in East Hampton on Feb. 27, surrounded by her family.
  • For the past week or so, I’ve been hard at work taping and spackling my entryway, which was taken down to the studs way back in June when we had a new front door installed. It’s a 6-by-3-foot room, but it took me six months of stolen minutes and late-night hours just to hang the drywall.
  • As Camp SoulGrow prepares for its second annual Mardi Gras fund-raiser in Montauk on Tuesday, it has a lot to celebrate.
  • The Rev. Gerardo Roma Garcia always wanted to work with the poor and underprivileged, but as a young man studying at the Roman Catholic seminary in Guadalajara, Mexico, he could scarcely have imagined that he would one day be an Episcopal priest called to an area not known for pockets of need but for over-the-top affluence.

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