Sartre was right: Hell is other people, I think,s as I try to navigate as calmly as possible through the throbbing, siren-wailing traffic here.
Well, perhaps not other people, but other drivers, for sure. In the aggregate, they and I could pass for a pretty fair approximation of hell, which if by hell you mean torment.
Yes, it’s pretty safe to say that we who drive here in the summertime are tormented — a fact music, however serene, or talk radio, however demented, will not allay.
John Romero, whose Maidstone Market team has been the perennial champion here in 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 men’s soccer games for the better part of the past decade, and Corey DeRosa, a Sag Harborite who recently returned to the game as the Market’s goalkeeper, announced this week that open tryouts will be held at the Ross School fields on Aug. 6 and 8 for a team to be known as the Hampton United Football Club, which is to compete in the fall in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s third division.