education

    Frank Vespe of Springs was proud when his 16-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, and her best friend, Elizabeth Walker, 15, of Montauk, put on a musical performance at a Levittown music store showcase. Proud enough, in fact, that he...

Drop ’n’ Dine     Every Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., parents can Drop ’n’ Dine at the Surf Lodge in Montauk. Children can engage in locally and globally themed art projects using a variety of mediums...
    Gifts and hugs were doled out to Michael Hartner, the departing Springs superintendent, at Monday night’s school board meeting, but Kathee Burke Gonzalez, the board’s president, said that the new superintendent, who...
    It really wasn’t all that long ago when most people in the world knew which herbs, wild-growing fruits and vegetables, and tree barks were good to eat or to cure what ailed you. However, through industrialization and...
Cartooning Workshop     The Bridgehampton Historical Society, along with the Charles Addams Foundation, is hosting a cartooning workshop from June 25 through 29, for children and young adults. Mr. Addams was mostly known for his...
    Sixteen juniors from four South Fork high schools were honored Monday night at an East Hampton Star All-Star awards dinner at East Hampton Point restaurant. David Rattray, the editor of the newspaper, introduced representatives...
   Sixteen juniors from four South Fork high schools were honored Monday night at an East Hampton Star Academic All-Star awards dinner at East Hampton Point restaurant. David Rattray, the editor of the newspaper, introduced...
Creative Theater Camp     The Southampton Cultural Center is staging a one-week summer camp, from June 25 through 29, for budding thespians.     The workshop, called “Creatively Creating Characters,...
    Each generation teaches the next, and at East Hampton High School, the oldest grades are teaching the youngest, twice a week, 12 weeks a year, in a second-semester class called Food and Fun.     “The...