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  • The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor has been wrapped up tight for a long-delayed restoration.
  •    At $100 per day, the Juicy Naam’s customized cleanse is “not just juice,” said Giuliana Torre, the Naam’s founder and owner.

  • A one-man alleged crime wave ended with a crash in this bucolic waterside stand of boxwoods on Shelter Island.
  • On Tuesday, United States Army First Lt. Joseph James Theinert of Shelter Island and Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter of Sag Harbor were posthumously inducted into the New York State Senate’s Veterans Hall of Fame.
  •     Sunday service on two Suffolk County Transit bus lines on the East End will begin this week and run through Columbus Day weekend. County Legislator Jay Schneiderman sponsored the pilot program with County Legislator Ed Romaine.|
        The program, which affects the S92 and 10C lines, was approved by the County Legislature last year and implemented in July. The level of use last summer demonstrated a clear need for public transportation on Sundays, the legislators said.

  •     Whether they will travel, move in with extended families, rent a smaller space, or relocate to their second home, ’tis the season for many local residents to pack up their belongings and vacate their houses to generate rental income from those who wish to enjoy the South Fork for the summer months.

  •     Brian D’arcy James and Ana Gasteyer “go way, way back,” Ms. Gasteyer said in an interview on May 16. “We’ve always loved each other.” Putting them together for an evening of song was the brainchild of the Bay Street Theatre.

  • Peconic Baykeeper cites a ‘serious public health threat’ in shellfish; no warnings to public
  •    Before Nancy Cervantes moved to the United States from Peru in 1985, she attended school for design, but dangerous conditions in Peru led her and her husband, Carlos, to leave their country. “We decided to come here, start a new life in a nice country,” Mr. Cervantes said on Saturday at his wife’s shop in Noyac, Nancy’s Tailoring.

  •    “I have been booking music for 25 years,” said Peter Honerkamp, an owner of the Stephen Talkhouse, “but I know little about music.”
        That hasn’t stopped the Amagansett venue from achieving steady success, due in part to his system of asking prospective showgoers’ opinions before deciding who to book and how much to charge for each show.

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