Author Tom Clavin recently published his 18th book, “Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunfighter,” about Wild Bill Hickok.
Mr. Ryan, an Amagansett resident with a longtime legal practice in Montauk, is known for his edgy, comedic floats every year in the Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The chef and owner of Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor talks about the Empty Bowls fundraiser for Project MOST on March 10.
Town Councilman John Bouvier of Westhampton is a retired mechanical engineer with a long career that began with contract diving jobs all over the country.
One of the founders of the Jam Session talks about the Jam’s new home at Union Cantina in Southampton and why it is bringing jazz back to Sag Harbor.
Mr. Glandbard — a 38-year resident of Sag Harbor — returned late in 2018 to become LTV’s executive director.
Mr. Brandt sat down with The Express to talk about his departure from the board and the evolution of historic preservation and architecture in the village.
The executive director of Bay Street Theater shares the inspiration behind the theater’s challenge to the rest of Sag Harbor to eliminate their reliance on single-use plastic water bottles and straws.
The longtime educator and co-founder of Katy’s Courage, a nonprofit founded after the death of her daughter, Katy Collins Stewart, talks about the growth of organization and its mission to support families and children on the East End.
The Friends of Havens Beach, of which Carol Williams is a founder, will present an “Indoor Field Trip to Havens Beach” on Sunday, January 20 at 3 p.m. at the John Jermain Memorial Library. Jean Held is preparing a slide show for the event that will give the human and natural history of the beach, including current conditions, and “a look into better future,” according to Ms. Williams.
Brian Tupper, a 1995 graduate of Southampton High School, is a teacher who has traveled across the world educating students.
The Sag Harbor resident and author of several books on magic, including his most recent, “Grandpa Magic,” talks about the logic behind what can appear to be fantastic, the impact of Harry Potter on the world of magic and why it is always good to have a few tricks up your sleeve.
As the Wharf Shop celebrates its 50th Christmas season, its co-owners, Nada Barry and Gwen Waddington, shared some behind-the-scenes Christmas experiences, from parties to popular toys to holiday wishes.
Stephen Hamilton recently caught up with the newspaper to talk all things theater, writing and public speaking, the nerves that go along with them, his advice to burgeoning creatives, and the future of Sag Harbor as a cultural district.
Mr. Egosi, who was raised in Sag Harbor, shares the story behind his family’s sponsoring of the community menorah on Long Wharf each year.