About 250 people marched from Dunemere Lane down Highway Behind the Pond to Daniel Loeb's house to protest during a fund-raiser for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.
The protestors arrived on five buses that made pick-ups from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Brentwood.
East Hampton Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen helped escort the protestors on their march down Highway Behind the Pond to in front of Daniel Loeb's house.
Protestors were kept behind a police barricade across the street from Daniel Loeb's house, where a fund-raiser for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo was taking place.
After about an hour and a half of protesting in front of Daniel Loeb's house, the group marched down to the beach for a few photo ops with Mr. Loeb's oceanfront house as a backdrop.
Members of a Montauk group called 12 Women put the finishing touches recently on a stone labyrinth they laid out in the field at Eddie V. Ecker County Park on Navy Road.
Kayla Briska, left, a Hampton Hopper “ambassador,” rode the bus with Karin Gosman, a driver.
Raymond Osborn, center, sent letters home to his family in Wainscott while serving in World War I. Ella Osborn, at left, was a nurse overseas during the war.
Association Hermione-La Fayette
The Kalmar Nyckel, a reproduction completed in 1997 and fashioned after a ship built in 1625Carissa Katz
Details on the Kalmar Nyckel point to sailors' superstitions in the 17th century.Carissa Katz
Greenport's Front Street, above, and Main Street are closed to traffic while the tall ships are in port. Carissa Katz