After a prolonged controversy, Bran Ferren, an East Hampton High School graduate who is the co-chairman and co-founder of Applied Minds, a California corporation, has won the rights to a patent that Apple Inc. had claimed to own
One of the summer’s highlights, Discover Watermill, a free event at the Watermill Center on Sunday, offers an opportunity to take in a wide variety of meet diverse artists, participate in workshops, and simply walk the center’s landscaped grounds. The address is 39 Watermill Towd Road in Water Mill; hours are 3 to 6 p.m.
On July 14, Lenny Ackerman, whose wife faced life-threatening heart complications last year, held a celebration at his house in honor of the Stony Brook University Hospital staff who cared for her during her medical journey.
In the past few years, standup paddleboarding has grown to be a commonplace sport on the South Fork — “the new activity that everyone wants to get into,” in the words of Khanh Ngo, the owner of Khanh Sports and EH Eyewear, who’s always on the go.
When workers get off the job, one might think that they would kick back and relax after a hard day’s labor. That they would at least go home, take a shower, and maybe collapse into bed. But on weekend evenings, as soon as work is out at around 5 or 6, Latin American men of various nationalities head to the barren fields and dense woods of the community center at Stephen Hand’s Path in East Hampton.
While most South Fork retailers spent the weekend before Independence Day gearing up for the busiest few days of the year, Craig Wright was doing that and more, as he moved his Innersleeve Records and its inventory to a new space on Long Wharf in Sag Harbor
Two major summer exhibitions, “Angels, Demons, and Savages: Pollock, Ossorio, Dubuffet” and “Michelle Stuart: Drawn From Nature,” will open at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Sunday and will remain on view through Oct. 27.