Daily Grind

In survey from New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. on current state issue, 58 percent of responders said they believe the tax levy cap has helped save the taxpayers money; 65 percent would support shuttle trains to relieve traffic.
Despite an initial sense of dislocation, the new Met Breuer in the old Whitney Museum space has clearly claimed the building as its own and on its own terms.
LongHouse Reserve held “Design for Living,” its winter benefit, on Tuesday night in Brooklyn. The event was presented at National Sawdust in Williamsburg and featured a performance by Nona Hendryx.
The closure is for routine repairs and maintenance, according to the director. The elementary swim program and all aquatics classes, activities, and open swimming times are on hold until they reopen.
With the Amagansett Library acting as the this year's grand marshal, the Am O'Gansett parade was held on Saturday.
The staff and new artists in residence at Guild Hall were busy this week keeping up with receptions, cocktails, and dinners in East Hampton and New York City.
A two-hour community budget forum on Wednesday night proved not enough time to discuss the Bridgehampton School's proposed 2016-17 school budget, so at the end of the evening, Lois Favre, the district superintendent, announced a second forum, set for next week.
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