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   Long bus trips up the Island to such schools as Huntington, Amityville, Harborfields, Elwood-John Glenn, and Wyandanch for nine of East Hampton High School’s 24 athletic teams are largely to end come spring, a step long advocated...
    Virgen del Milagro, Sportime, and the Cosmos won futsal championships before a large crowd at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett Saturday night.     In the men’s open title game, played at 10 p.m., Virgen...
Sunday, November 24 MEN’S SOCCER, O.F.I. Crete New York vs. East Hampton Football Club, noon, and Hauppauge vs. Hampton United, 2 p.m., Ross School. Monday, November 25 MEN’S SOCCER, 7-on-7 league final, Herrick Park, East Hampton,...
    I was standing on Turtle Hill on Sunday about noon in front of the Montauk Lighthouse and beside the Lost at Sea Memorial looking down on eight seals close to shore, some floating on their backs, others with just their heads out...
We've heard the phrase "What a summer!" repeated in alarm several times already this season, and summer is still more than a week away officially. The cry has gone up: too much traffic, too many ambulance calls, too little courtesy,...
What's worse than biting into an apple and finding a worm? Finding half a worm. What could be worse than finding half a worm? Not knowing what sort of invisible and possibly toxic substances are coating your fresh fruit and vegetables. One-third...
Father and son collaborators take to YouTube with an ongoing comedy short series that involves a dad obsessing over his deadpan artist son's dates — who include Kelly Killoren Bensimon, late of “Real Housewives of New York City” fame
    The number of young people in today’s information-overloaded America who are managing to make a living writing poetry probably exceeds the nation’s current population of ivory-billed woodpeckers, but both birds and...
    The walls are spare, painted black even, and the room would look like a tomb if the afternoon sun weren’t beaming in just so. It is what makes the show by Peter Sabbeth and Ross Watts at Sara Nightingale poetic and touching...
    Linda Russell, a balladeer and musician who performs early American music at historic and cultural sites around the country, will bring a musical celebration of an 18th-century Christmas to the Montauk Library on Dec. 1 at 3:30 p....
    The Upright Citizens Brigade Tour Company will bring 90 minutes of long-form improvisation to the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m.     In long-form improvisation, which was pioneered by Del...
    Donna Freitas, author of “The End of Sex: How Hookup Culture Is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually Unfulfilled, and Confused About Intimacy,” will speak at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton on Dec. 2 at 5:...
    Clinton Academy in East Hampton is celebrating the holiday season with “It’s a Child’s World: Exhibition of Antique Dolls and Toys,” which will open Saturday and remain on view through Dec. 31. Among the...