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This weekend will be a busy one at Guild Hall, with its annual summer party tomorrow evening and two new art exhibitions opening on Saturday.
The Pink Panthers won the 10th Travis Field memorial softball tournament in Amagansett this past weekend, a double-elimination one contested by 17 teams — the most ever — over the course of three days, one of them rainy, at the Terry King ball field.
East Hampton Town will start accepting applications on Sept. 1 from homeowners who want to replace their septic systems or cesspools with state-of-the-art low-nitrogen alternatives. However, lacking even the most rudimentary test data and without a science-based plan for rolling out the new program, the effort could end up with a lot of money...
If your garden is anything like that of a friend of ours, your status with the neighbors, who often receive its ever-increasing overage, must be skyrocketing. This summer has produced one of the most bountiful home vegetable harvests in years, and the wonder is that it’s happening after an unusually cold spring, with temperatures in the 50s...
Beginning in 2018, installation of advanced technology septic systems that treat waste for nitrogen will be required in East Hampton Town for new buildings, according to a law passed Tuesday by the town board.
The Stephen Talkhouse has been many things to many people — classic gin joint for good times, a music venue where big-name musicians perform in a living-room setting, and a place where personal attractions are kindled, many growing into...
Surfers, philanthropists, and spectators alike are hoping for waves on Saturday — the date of the East End Foundation’s 19th annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest at Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk.

Since we were no longer co-workers, Seymour called and asked me out. “Anywhere you’d like.” He wanted me to do the picking and planning — he’d pay. Fine.
Go People, a professional company ­from England that specializes in high-quality intimate theater, will perform two Noel Coward plays, “Ways and Means” and “Hands Across the Sea” on Sunday afternoon at 4 at the Southampton Arts Center.
The Ethiopian-American population of the United States is 2 million, with Ethiopians second only to Nigerians among people of African origin. The number is significant even given Ethiopia’s current population of an incredible 104,396,011, as estimated by the United Nations.
The Southampton Cultural Center’s Center Stage will hold open auditions for Marc Camoletti’s play “Boeing Boeing” on Sunday and Monday at 6 p.m.
I awoke Tuesday to the cries of fledgling ospreys soaring overhead. Every year about this time, the young occupants of nearby nests launch into the air for their first flights at the beach and, exuberant, at least to my ears, screech in evident delight as they earn their wings.
Walking into Calissa in Water Mill the other night I had flashbacks of Red Stixs and its very average Chinese food and Trata East (did I even go during that incarnation?). It was nice to be pleasantly surprised.