Employed most recently in a mid-Hudson Valley school district, and now having returned “home,” Dr. Meers sat down for a conversation with The Sag Harbor Express.
A graphic designer with her own firm, Laura Luciano is a board member of Slow Food East End who has been Slow Food Governor for New York State since 2017.
Stephen Wilkes will discuss his “Day to Night” series at the Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor on Friday, August 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.
On Saturday night, filmmaker Cameron Yates will bring his newest documentary, “Chef Flynn,” to Guild Hall in East Hampton, as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival SummerDocs series.
Eric Bramoff, the athletic director for the Sag Harbor School District, sat down with The Express to discuss the changing dynamic of sports on the East End and his excitement for upcoming homecoming festivities.
This Saturday, August 11, at 5 p.m. the East Hampton Library will host its annual Author’s Night in Amagansett. The event brings together authors for an evening of book signing, cocktails and dinner parties to benefit the East Hampton Library.
This Thursday, August 2, at 7 p.m., artist and gallery owner Romany Kramoris will speak at Temple Adas Israel about the stained-glass windows she created for the synagogue. The project spanned 20 plus years. Ms. Kramoris, who owns the Romany Kramoris Gallery on Main Street in Sag Harbor, sat down with The Express to talk about the project and how she got her start in stained glass.
The founder of Hoops 4 Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people in disadvantaged areas in Zimbabwe and South Africa, opens up about building community around basketball, his upcoming Hoops 4 Hope Benefit BBQ and the power of Ubuntu.
The “Top Chef” executive producer and host, actress and best-selling author is the 2018 Guest of Honor at the James Beard Foundation Chefs & Champagne benefit on July 28 at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack. Ms. Lakshmi touches on the importance of JBF, the impact the “#MeToo” movement has had in the food industry, dishes on the new season of the Emmy-award winning Bravo television show and her favorite places to enjoy food on the East End.
From sorbet, ice cream and frozen yogurt to smoothies, coffee, acai bowls, crepes and waffles, Sag Harbor’s BuddhaBerry has changed the way people approach frozen desserts in the village. The Express talked with owner, Nancy Passaretti to discuss her new take on the popular dessert.
Bay Street Theater’s Artistic Director, Scott Schwartz will celebrate the theater’s biggest night this Saturday at their 27th Annual Summer Gala on Long Wharf in Sag Harbor. Bay Street’s MainStage summer season continues with “Frost/Nixon” and will culminate with a staging of “Evita” in August. In an interview with The Express, Mr. Schwartz discusses the current summer season and his hopes for the future of the theater company.
Through archival footage and present-day interviews, director Marina Zenovich is revealing it now in “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind,” which made its world premiere in January at the Sundance Film Festival. It will kick off the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs series on Friday, June 29, at Guild Hall in East Hampton, before airing on HBO on July 16.
I’m not sure if you know Madeline “Lee” King, most people do, she’s a bit of a Sag Harbor icon. A caregiver to those who need a hand, a ride, a companion, a friend, Mrs. King has cared for 75 or more local people throughout the years, assisting them in whatever way she can.
It’s safe to say the outgoing Pierson Middle-High School Student Council president, who will graduate this weekend and enter the exploratory studies program at Purdue University this fall, made the most of her school days in Sag Harbor.
Andrew Strong, of Springs, a human rights attorney who spent seven years working at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on war crimes cases, has been appointed OLA's first full-time general counsel.