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“He did very well . . . it was an awesome experience,” said Kevin Smith, James Bradley’s coach and Montauk Downs’s longtime head golf pro, who went down to Augusta National with the Bradleys.
The 11-year-old part-time Montauker has finished no worse than second in United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association championships over the past five years, with a win just last month in Colorado.
A look back at the exploits of the future major leaguer Ross Gload.
Bonac softball, boys lacrosse, and baseball have games here today and tomorrow, while boys and girls tracksters head to the Westhampton Beach invitational Saturday.
The first half reads as if Isaac Mizrahi were simply casually telling you of his trials growing up overweight and gay in an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn. The second half? Beware the flying boldface names.
A fairy tale pop-rock musical, two history-based plays, and a drama set in a near future beset by climate change will be presented next week in Title Wave, Bay Street Theater’s new works festival.
Imagine, if you can, Hoagy Carmichael with an English Ph.D. from Harvard tinkling the ivories at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor while ruminating for his audience on the writer’s life and improvising “Georgia on My Mind” on the piano.
As part of a reading initiative at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the goal was for students to read for one million minutes over the course of the school year.
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia will be the focus of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center’s Thinking Forward Lecture Series on Thursday.

I teach two Sunday cut flower classes at Marders, the Bridgehampton plant palace. The first, in spring, is on creating cutting gardens; the second, as summer winds down, is a flower arranging demo my colleague and I do with whatever I’ve got left in...
Many of us are overwhelmed by the prospect of designing the landscape for our own property — even a small one. Here on the South Fork, the challenge is marked by how expensive everything seems to be.
Durell Godfrey, the Star’s hunter-gatherer, decided to go shopping for the useful and the whimsical, or she might say the usefully whimsical and whimsically useful. What she found was cool and foolish, too.
Thirteen advocacy groups negotiate a two-week delay in the permit approval to expand the use of the Noyac mine.