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Antiques Show and Tell in Sag

Where did grandma's old, engraved table really come from? Randy Kolhoff, founder of Black Swan Antiques, might have the knowledge to answer some variation of that question at the Sag Harbor Historical Society on Friday.

An Antiques Show and Tell will let visitors ask Mr. Kolhoff, who's sold antiques for 13 years, about the origins of interesting or unusual objects they have at home. Mr. Kolhoff also owns Black Swan Meadows, part of the very popular Brimfield antique market in Massachusetts.

Aug 20, 2019
Signs of Improvement, but Algal Bloom Persists in Fort Pond

Bacteria levels continued to drop at some Concerned Citizens of Montauk testing sites this week thanks to drier weather earlier in the week, but harmful blue-green algae continue to affect Fort Pond. Testing results for the week showed a bloom only at the southern end of the pond; concentrations at the north end dropped below the State Department of Environmental Conservation's threshold for harmful blooms but remain at high risk. To be safe, people are still urged to avoid contact with the water until further notice. 

Aug 16, 2019
CBD, for the Dogs — and the Dollars

As crowds swarm in for a beautiful East End respite, the cannabis craze accompanies them.

It starts on Saturday when Mandala Yoga in Amagansett hosts a launch of CBD-infused pet treats made by the Alchemist’s Kitchen. The next night, the Hampton Cannabis Expo will feature panel discussions about the future of cannabis and an open bar at The Clubhouse in Wainscott.

CBD, a non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, is legal as an oil, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved it as an additive to foods meant for human consumption.

Aug 15, 2019
Artists and Writers to Play Ball Saturday

The Writers hope to add to their winning streak over the Artists on Saturday, after winning 12-8 in the 2018 Artists and Writers Softball Game.

Aug 15, 2019
‘Rock Star’ Einstein Talk Near New Einstein Square

Stephen Rosen of East Hampton, an astrophysicist and expert on cosmic radiation, will give a talk about the continuing significance of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity at the Cutchogue New Suffolk Library on Friday at 6 p.m. 

Aug 14, 2019
A Shoe Lover’s Shoe Sale

The annual Shoe-Inn warehouse sale will start Tuesday and run daily through Monday, and again from Wednesday, Aug. 21, through Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. at the American Legion post in Amagansett.

Aug 12, 2019
A Drive Calls for Food and Household Donations

New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. is hosting a food drive for the month of August, teaming up with Island Harvest, a hunger-relief organization, to collect food for those in need. Items collected on the South Fork will go to the Bridgehampton and Southampton food pantries.

Aug 12, 2019
Music All Over Montauk This Week

Music for Montauk will kick off its summer series of outdoor concerts Thursday with “Brahms Gypsy Dances,” passionate quartet songs, accompanied by piano and strings, under a tent at Third House at Montauk County Park.

On Aug. 17 the selection will be Bach’s most festive Cantata No. 51, featuring strings, trumpet, keyboard, and vocals, with the operatic star Rachelle Durkin and trumpeter C.J. Camerieri. Both concerts, at 6:30 p.m., are free and family friendly. Concertgoers are encouraged to take picnics, chairs, and blankets.

Aug 12, 2019
N.A.A.C.P. Leader to Talk Equality on the South Fork

Sherrilyn Ifill, the president and director-counsel of the N.A.A.C.P. Legal Defense and Educational Fund, will discuss matters of race and equality on the South Fork at 6 p.m. on Wednesday as part of the Thinking Forward Lecture Series at Guild Hall.

The free talk is in partnership with the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center.

Aug 8, 2019
Wildlife Rescue Class at South Fork Natural History Museum

The South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton will host a free wildlife rehabilitation basics course at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday.

Aug 8, 2019