Sign Language on Gingerbread Lane and Ocean Graphics on Springs-Fireplace Road are in the business of making signs. But are the signs themselves indicators of business and how it’s doing in East Hampton?
Business is booming at both, in part because of the recently enacted East Hampton Village law that mandates smaller contactors’ signs on properties where work is being done.
It really wasn’t all that long ago when most people in the world knew which herbs, wild-growing fruits and vegetables, and tree barks were good to eat or to cure what ailed you. However, through industrialization and general busyness, it is a skill that we, as a people, largely lack today.
Now Mark Mobius, a teacher from the Hayground School who served in the Peace Corps and holds a master’s degree in environmental management from Duke University, is looking to change that, at least for the younger set.