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I’m writing this heading back to saltwater from Buffalo and my first-ever visit to Niagara Falls. We crossed into Canada to view the three sections of Gahnawehta, as the Indians called them, to go aboard the vessel Hornblower — the equivalent of the Maid of the Mist from the United States side — to view the cascades from below.
About 60 small hands moved in sync — mostly — in a drum circle at the Amagansett School on Monday, with results greater than the sum of its parts.
Thursday, May 21 GOLF, Section XI team and individual state qualifier tournament, Rock Hill Golf and Country Club, Manorville, from 7:30 a.m. TENNIS, county team tournament semifinal matches at sites of higher seeds, 4 p.m. Friday, May 22...
We just had a glorious weekend in which all the hardwoods, save for the white oaks, which always are the last to foliate, were festooned with fresh green leaves. Thus it was a perfect setting for the arrival of the New World warblers, which every year near the middle of May stop on Long Island to feed and rest after a long flight from their...
For Mike Bahel, the owner of Body Tech and an inveterate long-distance runner, Sunday’s Hither Hills off-road half-marathon wasn’t a particularly big deal. About a month ago, in Pennsylvania, he’d run the Hyner Challenge 25K (15.5 miles) — twice.
It’s been a long time — a very long time — since the Montauk Rugby Club fielded an under-18 team, but Kevin Bunce, a former Montauk stalwart, is forming one now, and the results, he said during Sunday’s practice session at East Hampton’s Herrick Park, have been encouraging.
Yesterday, the 12th-seeded East Hampton High School boys tennis team, which upset fifth-seeded Bayport-Blue Point last Thursday, was to have played a quarterfinal round match at fourth-seeded Ward Melville.
I feel like I spent most of the month of April in Tom Field’s basement. This may sound like an odd statement, I realize, but if you have any connection to the network of emergency medical providers on the South Fork, you get it.
Gosh, I love it when a restaurant is a pleasant surprise! I don’t know what I expected from the new Winston’s Bar and Grill where Nichol’s used to be on Montauk Highway in East Hampton, but I just didn’t expect such good food.