The annual rite of summer attracted throngs of artists and collectors to Guild Hall on Saturday
Art found its way into the hearts of all ages.
Durell Godfrey, photos
The gun goes off.
Acres of art.
Art en plein air.
The interior galleries were filled to the rafters.
An aspiring Murakami?
That's the one.
How do you keep them down on the farm?
Who doesn't love a landscape?
Attendees weren't just window shopping.
Michael Davis, a Sagaponack builder, is in favor of floor area ratio codes.
‘Last two years have been pure hell,’ says neighbor
Village looks to save on $2.3 million per year
Sagaponack Village’s board members will unveil plans to replace Southampton Town’s policing of their village with a department of its own.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Residents give Democratic candidates an earful
During a forum at Gurney’s Inn on Monday night, Chris Poli told Democratic candidates for town supervisor and town board that the town should do more to deter businesses that violate the law.
Dems and G.O.P. exchange charges of failure to disclose spending on ads
Traffic came to a standstill as residents and visitors encountered highway delays stemming from last Thursday’s fatal collision between a Hampton Jitney Ambassador bus and a Chevrolet TrailBlazer near the Shinnecock Golf Course in Southampton.
Another accident in Southampton involving a Hampton Jitney and, this time, a garbage truck, sent both drivers to the hospital and snarled traffic again on Monday morning. Doug Kuntz
The collision between the Hampton Jitney Ambassador and the Chevrolet TrailBlazer last Thursday morning killed the car’s driver, who was traveling at about 60 miles per hour, according to police. Doug Kuntz
The opening was a lively evening of art viewing and people watching
Even those working the fair took time out to enjoy the scenery.
Morgan McGivern photos
Missy Costanza was "Pop"-ular with her mother Barbara Costanza in front of one painting lampooning the culture of Wall Street.
Graffiti art continues to be a draw for collectors, such as this example by Copez Cest Kid presented by Dorian Grey Gallery of New York City. It was enjoyed by Audrey and Olga Grudin.
Karen Goerl took in the fair.
While it was smooth sailing inside, the scene outside was a bit more hectic, particularly on the approach to the fair on County Road 39.
Attendees making the scene to see and be seen.
Patrick McMullan and Edwina Sandys share a moment in front of her art work.
Sara Herbert-Galloway and Alexis Martino stand in front of the dramatic backdrop of Ms. Martino's photographs.