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It’s here, folks, the weekend some of us have been anticipating will pop the hard, cold bubble of winter. The Montauk Friends of Erin will be your hosts for the St. Patrick’s Day parade weekend, which starts tomorrow with a lunch to...
Katy Stewart , Sag Harbor, Katy’s Courage Fund, Jim Stewart
To the surprise of many in the audience, Tom Sperry, an employee of the Meeting House restaurant in Amagansett Square who had just delivered a vocal performance uncannily reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, was not crowned Mr. Amagansett at last...
An award-winning environmental documentary, “Bag It!” will be shown at LTV Studios in East Hampton on Friday, March 28, at 6 p.m. The film follows a character as he travels the world seeking to understand the use of plastic bags in our...
A repaving project on the 8.2-mile stretch between Country Road 39 in Southampton and Stephen Hand's Path in East Hampton is slated to begin next Thursday.
After being stung by a venomous stonefish in Puerto Rico, Gina Bradley is working to get the word out to other travelers about what to do if they find themselves in her place.
In the beginning there were four men and it was on St. Patrick’s Day 1947 that they decided to march from one end of Montauk’s main drag to the other. They ended up at what is today the Shagwong Tavern, and an institution came to be.
Under a sunny sky, students and staff of the Amagansett School proudly led the sixth annual Am O'Gansett Parade, which brought marchers from Mary's Marvelous to the Mobile service station on Main Street and back again on Saturday
There was plenty of zany fun, dirty jokes, offbeat talent, and questionable humor at the Mr. Amagansett contest at the Stephen Talkhouse on Thursday night, a fund-raiser for the Donald T. Sharkey Memorial Fund.