The Rev. Denis Brunelle, center, of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton, with Imam Amin Ur Rahman, left, and Dr. Yousuf Syed.
Courtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
The Rev. Denis Brunelle, third from left, with leaders of the Selden mosqueCourtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
The Rev. William Hoffmann of the Montauk Community Church with members of the various houses of worship in East Hampton at a lecture at the mosque.Courtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Iman Amin Ur Rahman, left, and Dr. Yousuf SyedCourtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Members from the East Hampton houses of worship on the bus preparing to leave for the mosque.Courtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Members of the East Hampton houses of worship and clergy as they were about to board the bus back to East Hampton. Courtesy of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
The former East Deck Motel is in a resort zone.
East Hampton Middle School
David E. Rattray
A blowup leprechaun crowd-surfed along the parade route.Janis Hewitt
A group that practices Falun Dafa, which means "Dharma Wheel," a Chinese spiritual discipline for mind and body, marched in the parade.Morgan McGivern
There was bound to be some kind of "50 Shades of Grey" reference in the parade.Morgan McGivern
George Watson, husband of the grand marshal and owner of The DockCarissa Katz
Montauk parade route selfies Morgan McGivern
The Camp Soulgrow floatCarissa Katz
Always a crowd favorite, the Coneheads offered a send-up of Obamacare, among other things, in 2014.
High winds quickly dashed any hope of saving an oceanfront house that caught fire and burned to the ground on Wednesday.
Peter Rucano, an automotive technician at Marshall and Sons in Montauk, said yesterday that between 20 and 25 vehicles had been brought in this week after blowouts.
Jonathan Sabin, standing, and his father, Andrew Sabin, seated to his left, said that the town board’s proposed East Hampton Airport regulations are too restrictive.