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With a single bumper sticker I took sides in a war between the dying ranks of stay-at-home moms and the burgeoning throngs of working mothers.
A few years ago I decided that the greatest gift I have ever received came into this world on Aug. 13, 1987, at 2:30 p.m., eight pounds, six ounces, 21 inches of Adrian William Taylor, sound of wind and limb. So now we celebrate Mother’s Day by me cooking for him.
When I was a boy growing up in Mattituck I poked around everywhere and at everything, collecting many of the things I found, be they animate or inanimate, or, as they say in Twenty Questions, “animal, vegetable, or mineral.”
Mount Sinai, one of the top two teams in Suffolk’s third division, showed how key defense can be in the sport of girls lacrosse, giving East Hampton’s attackers no room to maneuver within the goal area during the first half of Saturday’s game here, which the Mustangs won 16-1.
It seemed like a defeat, though Sunday’s Long Island Soccer Football League game here between N.Y. Serbia, a Queens team, and the East Hampton Football Club ended in a tie, at 3-3.
In dramatic fashion the East Hampton High School softball team put itself one game away from the playoffs Monday by defeating Southampton 6-5 here, thanks to a walk-off, bases-clearing hit by Sam Merritt, East Hampton’s fireballing pitcher.
Some people loathe it. More love it. Others are obsessed by it and collect as many variegated plants as possible, sticking them in the garden like so many soldiers.

This time she chose aquamarine. It was her favorite color, and the tastiest, she thought. She chewed at the pointed end of the crayon like a chicken wing. She liked how the wax stuck between her teeth and held them together momentarily. Dr. Philips told her mother last week that her teeth weren’t as strong as they could be, that she needed to eat...
Writing at the Parrish. A Frost Farm Prize for Caitlin Doyle.
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Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits will have a spring rosé preview from 2 to 5 p.m. on May 20. More than 50 rosé wines will be available for tasting. Round Swamp Farm markets are reopening for the season on Friday, May 19. Both the East Hampton farm market on Three Mile Harbor Road and the Bridgehampton market behind Main Street will be open from 8 a...
Billy Taylor perfected this dressing around the age of 11. I tried to convince him to bottle and sell it as a summer job, but sometimes kids don’t listen to their mothers.