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  • A plea about the “degeneration of quality of life from construction work” in the village.
  • Although a traditional first Sunday in August boat party was effectively shut out of Sag Harbor Village waters last month, the party took place on its usual day, 1,600 feet outside the village’s jurisdiction, with over 100 boats gathered
  •     In preparation for the coming hurricane season and other potential emergencies, Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst has urged residents by press release to sign up for the town’s emergency communications services. The goal is to establish methods of contact for the dissemination of important and time-sensitive information.

  • Dr. Dempsey is now participating in an international research study of Lyme disease.
  •    A year after Rocco Gardner and his partners brought their ambitious Escape to New York music, art, and lifestyle event to the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton, they will make a more toned-down escape, this time to Montauk.
       Escape to Montauk, dubbed a “unique boutique event,” kicks off tomorrow on the grounds of the Solé East resort on Second House Road, with live music, art exhibits, yoga, kids activities, a speakers’ corner, outdoor theater, and a “fashion village” planned throughout the weekend

  •    Four men on a mission delivered 34,000 pounds of fresh local produce last year to food pantries in Southampton, Sag Harbor, Springs, East Hampton, and Amagansett, the harvest of the three-acre East Hampton Food Pantry Farm on Long Lane.
        The farm, now in its fourth year of operation, has recently built a 34 by 100-foot hoop house, which will extend the growing season into the fall and winter, increasing the range and volume of food it can produce for those in need.

  •     It was the generous support of eastern Long Island residents, as well as private donations, that made it possible to have a school, medical clinic, community garden, livestock program, job development program, and the beginning of a productive, integrated community development program in Croix des Bouquet, Haiti, Jonathan Glynn of Sag Harbor said on Tuesday.

  •    I am often complimented on my ability to find the good in situations, and have even been told that my positive thoughts can be borderline annoying.

  •    “Good times,” yelled Inda Eaton to the Stephen Talkhouse crowd last Thursday — which she is indeed known for creating, with her music, raspy soulful voice, truthful storytelling, and sense of humor.
        With a gift for connecting with an audience, Ms. Eaton, who has lived in East Hampton for seven years, showed the locals she gets it, saying how thankful she was for being able to walk into the I.G.A. after the frantic holiday weekend “and load up for next weekend.”

  •    Suddyn, a band led by two brothers from Montauk, now has a new drummer, a new name — the Rebel Light — and a new gig: the July 28 and 29 Catalpa music festival on Manhattan’s Randalls Island. Alan and Jarrett Steil will fly home from Los Angeles this week for the show. With the new drummer, Brandon Cook, they will join headliners such as the Black Keys and Snoop Dogg.

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