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Emily Cheng at Ille Ille Arts in Amagansett will present an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Emily Cheng from Saturday through Sept. 30, with an opening reception Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. Ms. Cheng draws upon the world’s cultural...

According to Wikipedia, Adolph Hitler entertained dinner guests by whistling.                 Since June, 1945, stories have circulated of performances of Beethoven’s Ninth during which...
Firefighters worked for over three hours battling a Bridgehampton house fire believed to have erupted after a lightning strike during a storm in the early morning hours on Sunday.
Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame may have been the big draw for music lovers attending a benefit on Saturday for Edwina von Gal’s Perfect Earth initiative, but there was plenty of other talent on hand to support the cause.
Registered Democrats head to the polls Tuesday in a primary election to choose candidates for governor and lieutenant governor of New York State.
A five-finger discount happening lately at farm stands across Long Island Sound has found its way to East Hampton.
Three hundred and eighty-five people from both the North and South Forks made plenty of noise last week at an East Hampton Town Board forum on aircraft noise.
Sitting in front of four screens with highly specialized applications like customized GPS mapping and tracking systems, Scott Elley ended his 33-year career by signing off over the townwide paging system during a regularly scheduled radio test on Friday. Watch as he signs off for the last time.
There were hugs and tears at a Tumbleweed Tuesday celebration sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce on the downtown green. But the show of emotion was not a happy one celebrating the end of the season and the departure of the tourists...