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The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: September 24...

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about East End restaurants, how they survived the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how they hope to fare in the weeks and months to come.

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Robert Browngardt Honored For 50 Years In Sag Harbor American Legion

Robert Browngardt, who sailed on everything from a destroyer to an aircraft carrier during a 21-year career with the United States Navy before settling in his home port of Sag Harbor, was honored as a 50-year member of the Chelberg-Battle Post 388 of the American Legion on Tuesday when he received proclamations from town, county, and state government officials.

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FOOD AND WINE

Feast And Famine For The Restaurant Industry In The Summer Of...

But on the South Fork at least, after a summer that saw very few rainy days, crowds that did not seem to ebb and flow with the passing of weekends and a gradual easing of both fears about the spread of the virus and the restrictions protecting against it, concerns have eased for some.

SPORTS

USGA Unveils Oscar Bunn Golf Facility On Shinnecock Territory

Last month, the USGA and the Shinnecock Nation unveiled the new Oscar Bunn Tribal Golf Facility on Shinnecock territory.

East Hampton Native Passes On Love Of Golf To His Children

East Hampton Native Passes On Love Of Golf To His Children

All High School Sports Delayed Until January, Section XI Announces

All high school sports have been delayed until January 4, 2021, officials from Section XI, the governing body of Suffolk County high school athletics, announced on Friday.

Sag Harbor’s Kyle McGowin Deals With Ups And Downs Of 2020 Season, Earns His...

McGowin may have hit the highest of highs in his roller-coaster year when he made his first appearance of the 2020 season this past Saturday night.

Water Mill Woman Prepares For 100-Mile Bike to The Beach Ride for Autism

Bike to the Beach is a national ride benefiting grassroots autism non-profits. Covell and the Flying Point Foundation have participated in the event since 2016, when Covell, an editor at The Press, was inspired by an article she wrote about getting fit in her 50s.

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The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: September 24 Edition

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about East End restaurants, how they survived the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how they hope to fare in the weeks and months to come.

Roadside Attraction: Hans Van de Bovenkamp’s Sculptural Driving Tour

At age 82, Hans Van de Bovenkamp has a twinkle in his eye. Shades of gray tease at the sides of his full, shaggy hair, but it holds its color. His sense of adventure is sharp, his laughter contagious, his creative mind vibrant. Even still, “Now, I’m the old guy,” the sculptor said with a laugh from his longtime home and studio in Sagaponack.

Amy Zerner Channels Feminine Energy in These Troubled Times

iven what’s going on in the world, it seems somehow poetic that just two weeks before the opening of Amy Zerner’s new art exhibition at MM Fine Art in Southampton, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would pass away. That’s because Zerner’s art is centered on goddesses and is imbued with the spirit and energy of strong feminine power, just like Justice Ginsburg, who was arguably this country’s most powerful living female icon.

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