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Two Montauk bars, one old, one relatively new, were the backdrop early Saturday morning for the arrest of Gustavo Bonilla-Bonilla, 41, on felony charges of cocaine possession.
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
A perfectly executed fly cast is a thing of beauty. It requires an athletic synchronization of hands, arms, and torso, which looks deceptively easy when performed by an expert such as Lefty Kreh. But give it a try and you’ll find that, as with any sport, it takes supreme skill and dedication to master.
Starting Friday, the red paper will have vanished and East Hampton Village will once again have a bookstore, as BookHampton prepares to reopen its doors. Since purchasing the shop from Charline Spektor in early March, Carolyn Brody has been hard at work, overseeing a gut renovation in short order.
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An attached garage at a house on North Haven was destroyed on the night of May 18, but the Sag Harbor Fire Department was able to save the house itself from destruction.
  Amagansett Jonda Stillwell and Kim Webb, caretakers of a Barnes Hole Road residence, told police last Thursday that sometime after May 12 a glass sliding door had been shattered by a rock. The house did not appear to have been entered, and...
The Art Barge on Napeague will open for classes on June 6, featuring courses in studio painting and ceramics. The Springs Improvement Society will hold its 32nd annual members’ show from tomorrow through Monday at Ashawagh Hall.