Tycho Burwell with his chicken sandwich experiment.
The McDonald's sandwich, bought on March 23, hasn't changed much, but the organic chicken sandwich he bought from Harbor Market in Sag Harbor has grown moldy. Christine Sciulli
Greystone Development purchased 2 West Water Street in Sag Harbor Village for $4.94 million
Taylor K. Vecsey
A rendering of the condominium-design planned for 1, 3, and 5 Ferry Road and 2 West Water Street in Sag Harbor Village.Greystone Development
Mark Naison, a professor of African-American studies at Fordham University in the Bronx who lives part-time in Springs, recently finished writing his seventh book, “Before the Fires: An Oral History of African-American Life in the Bronx from the 1930s to the 1960s.”
John Leonard and Carol Louise were walking bouquets during Sag Harbor's Easter Bonnet Parade..
Three generations, Nicole, Harper, and Nancy Jacobs, all decked out for the occasion.Durell Godfrey
Sophia HayesDurell Godfrey
Carmen Adriana made her own hat. Durell Godfrey
Lillian Zbar at the Sag Harbor Garden Center and Grace Pope with the Easter Bunny.Durell Godfrey
Joan Carlson, left, and Julia Adams got in the spirit. Durell Godfrey
Look at that bunny! Isla Loudenslagen, 7 months old, celebrated her first Easter and her first bonnet parade.Durell Godfrey
Nicole Lockwood, left, and Gianna Gregorio successfully pressed the East Hampton High School administration for a gender-neutral bathroom.
Cuddling was one way to stay warm along the parade route for the Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade on a chilly Sunday.
Gordon Ryan's float was all about Donald Trump.Doug Kuntz
The back of the Trump float Carissa Katz
Kerrie Federici wore a green hat accented with pink to the parade, while Jillian Rennar's pink hair complemented her green necklace and Neil Powell's green tie. Janis Hewitt
The Montauk firefighters were all smiles. Doug Kuntz
At left, Charlie Cavanan played Donald Trump on Gordon Ryan's float, and, at right, Capt. Paul Forsberg of the Viking Fleet was the parade's grand marshal.Janis Hewitt/Doug Kuntz
Three festive parade-goers. From left, Amanda Guzzello, Nancy Bugeia and Nancy Stephenson.Janis Hewitt
The crowd was cold as it awaited the start of the parade.Morgan McGivern
The Camp SoulGrow crowd was pumped up despite the cold. Carissa Katz
Citizens for Access Rights made a point about private beaches with its float.Doug Kuntz
Neither snow, nor rain, nor anything else will keep Dai Dayton, left, and Sandra Ferguson of the Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt from enjoying the open space they have worked to protect.
Maritza Guichay, left, and Angela Quintero are the new co-chairwomen of the Latino Advisory Committee.
Charline Spektor, who purchased BookHampton in 2000, sold the business to Carolyn Brody, a civic leader who was one of her customers.