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I read recently a column by an 88-year-old who had discovered it was contentment that kept his peers going. What happened to “Rage, rage against the dying of the light”?
As we get older, visits to various doctors become more frequent. It’s a simple fact of life really. And the past week was no exception for me.
Long Island is an island. More than 450 years after its naming, following its discovery by Columbus, and at least 200 years after geologists said so, New York’s highest court decided that it was indeed an island. But it’s not the only Long Island in...
Ryan Fowkes, East Hampton High’s standout senior cross-country runner, placed 11th in a field of 200 at the Manhattan College invitational, the country’s largest high school cross-country race, Saturday at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
Kenneth E. Scott, who was retired as superintendent of the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department, died at home in Springs on Tuesday. He was 74.
Music for Montauk’s will present Hugo Wolf’s “Italian Songbook” at Guild Hall on Sunday at 2 p.m.
A number of new fall exhibitions are popping up everywhere, including at Guild Hall, which will open three new shows on Saturday.
The Boots on the Ground Theater Company will present “The Red Badge of Courage,” from the classic Civil War novel, beginning Friday in Southampton.
Four artists who work in a variety of mediums have been selected for Guild Hall’s four-week fall Artist-in-Residence program, which will begin on Monday.
The Y.M.C.A. East Ham­pton RECenter has, under Rosie Orlando, the Y’s health and wellness director, been working with those who have Parkinson’s disease for the past two years, at the instance of Steve Sicilian, a Y member who has Parkinson’s and...
When Kathy McGeehan was asked Monday if the East Hampton High School girls volleyball team she coaches should be considered league champs, she said, “Oh my God, don’t say that . . . this league may not be decided until the last ball hits the floor.”
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