A tricked-out 18-wheeler sets up workshops at Bridgehampton camp
The motto of their family business is “Keep on Truckin’ ” and that’s just what Jeff Mayer, Angela De Vincenzo, and their son, Luca, plan to do with Big Mama, their rolling alternative workspace for kids.
The couple bought the cab first, and found the trailer this spring after the Hayground Camp agreed to their summer residency. Carissa Katz
The family has slept in the cab this summer, just like long-haul truckers. Luca Mayer showed off the top bunk.Carissa Katz
The 70-foot trailer opens on three sides to let the breeze pass through during workshops.Carissa Katz
East Hampton district sees need, wants fair distribution
There are 30 students living in the Accabonac Apartments, an affordable housing complex in East Hampton, for which the district receives a flat $30,000 each year.
Would-be condo developers say lots on Ferry Road are not for sale
Effort to get state okay on basement rule
Food trucks are the norm at many town beaches, including this one at Indian Wells Beach.
Glenn Hall, the chairman of the East End Disabilities Group, worked for seven months building the group’s new website, which is now up and running.
The panel discusses a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses after a screening at Guild Hall
Aesthetics versus usefulness is the question
Tower looms over homes to the North East of Springs Firehouse.