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  • The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals will hear an application on Tuesday night at 7 to challenge a decision that will allow a convenience store at 148 North Main Street, East Hampton.
  •     The Hamptons Black International Film Festival opens today in Manhattan with a premiere of “Obama’s Irish Roots,” a documentary about the President as he traces his Irish ancestry, produced and directed by Gabriel Murray. The festival will continue at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor over the weekend, showcasing films that explore the African Diaspora, with a focus on countries such as Brazil, Burkina Faso, and South Africa. 

  • Local tree-care specialists have offered a few tips for protecting your property next time around.
  •     It is hard to believe that a decade has passed since I was running down the street with a building chasing me. Ten years. While it feels like a long time ago, I can close my eyes, and it all comes roaring back in a second.

  • The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals was able to hold one of three scheduled hearings under the bright fluorescent lights of Town Hall.
  • Elsie Garretson and Camilla Jewett shared the distinct honor of turning 100 years old at a celebratory tea hosted by the Ladies Village Improvement Society.
  •     Andrea Martin’s self-proclaimed “hybrid grab-bag” of comedy awaits audiences at the American premiere of her one-woman show, “Final Days! Everything Must Go!” on Monday at 8 p.m. at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.

  • Supporters of the 50-year-old riding academy are urging East Hampton Town to help purchase the development rights.
  • Opponents say rock armor requested on bluff lot is ‘illegal’ under town law.
  •     Ruschmeyer’s, the latest hot spot in Montauk, is under fire this week after being issued two summonses — one for operating without a certificate of occupancy and another for construction of an exterior platform without a permit from the East Hampton Town Building Department.
        Touted in a promotional video as a “nautical summer camp” by a co-owner, Robert McKinley, the 19-room hotel, restaurant, and bar is in a residential zone on Second House Road. It opened for business Memorial Day weekend.