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.
If the name Geoffrey Drummond is not familiar, it should be. For years, the East Hampton-based producer and director has provided armchair epicureans the vicarious thrill of watching others perform miraculous feats in the kitchen.
The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season with a flood of art openings. Don't miss “A Whale of a Show,” at The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum with artwork selected by Dan Rizzie and Peter Marcelle.