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The boasting rights would be worth it, he seemed to think

It broke the plane and we’re in pain

Must a Sunday service in small-town America be guarded by a trained professional?

She taught us that these gatherings could be an expression of love

An early show of contempt for 'popish rituals'
Main Street, East Hampton, in the days of horse and buggy, with the South End Burying Ground visible on the other side of a frozen Town Pond

I’ve become concerned lately about what the doctor says is “a slightly elevated cholesterol reading,”

Unchecked expressions of unfiltered emotion

The 1917-18 coal shortage was the result of a bottleneck in transportation
Part of the front page of the Jan. 4, 1918, East Hampton Star, from the East Hampton Library Digital Long Island collection.

“But you’re always talking about dying.”

A perfect dog for us?