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A Conversation With Kathryn Szoka

The nonprofit organization Canio’s Cultural Café, which is run by Canio’s Books, is planning a marathon reading of the John Steinbeck novel “The Winter of Our Discontent” this weekend.

A Conversation With Andrew Drake

Whole sections of land, where pitch pines once grew, have been cleared of most growth as the town fought to contain the spread of the deadly southern pine beetle.

A Conversation With Anita Boyer and Kasia Klimiuk

The co-founders of the non-profit Our Fabulous Variety Show talk about their fourth annual tap showcase, the importance of arts education, and how Disney World inspired a Star Wars dance routine.

A Conversation With Samantha Cohen

The daughter of Phyllis Katz, a longtime Sag Harbor resident in need of a kidney donation, talks about her mother’s struggle with kidney disease, and why she is hopeful a donor will come forward for her mother.

A Conversation With Stephen Sanfilippo

Mr. Sanfilippo, a retired professor of maritime history who currently lives in Maine, will bring the songs of the 19th century Sag Harbor and Greenport whalers to the John Jermain Memorial Library during a program titled “How Many a Tale the Music Tells” on April 26.

A Conversation With Tom Dunn

The recently appointed executive director of the Southampton Arts Center brings with him more than 15 years in various positions at Lincoln Center as well as practical experience as a producer, writer and performer in the Off-Broadway and sketch comedy worlds.

A Conversation With Nancy Remkus

The retired Sag Harbor Elementary music teacher, whose three decades at the school has made her something of a living legend in the community, is launching a Kids Community Peace Chorus.

A Conversation With Noah Salaway

Mr. Salaway, a Ross School and Hayground School alumnus who has a degree in game design from New York University, explained the tabletop game phenomenon this week to The Sag Harbor Express.

A Conversation with Bret Parker

Bret Parker, of Sag Harbor and New York City, is the executive director of the New York City Bar Association and a member of the Patient Council of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

A Conversation With Inda Eaton

Ahead of her March 16 show at Bay Street Theater, the singer-songwriter opened up about her musical niche, the forthcoming release of her ninth album and something that no one else knows about her yet.

A Conversation With Shirley Ruch

Shirley Ruch, the founder of South Fork Bakery, which provides job opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs, will be honored this year at the Ellen Hermanson Foundation's “Denim and Diamonds” event.

A Conversation With Lisa Votino-Tarrant

The well-known community organizer, who has been involved in numerous civil rights and social justice issues on the East End, will receive the Long Island NAACP’s Delano Stewart Award.

A Conversation With Prudence Carabine

Prudence Carabine has put out the call for an organization or individual to step up and help out where Maureen's Haven has left off helping the homeless in East Hampton.

A Conversation With Julie Greene

Julie Greene, who was recently named as the Southampton Town historian and serves as the archivist and curator for the Bridgehampton Museum, talks about her role in protecting the town’s historic character, what makes Bridgehampton special and why she supports the creation of a historic district in the hamlet.

A Conversation With Susan Schaefer

The Sag Harbor School Board, on January 22, administered the oath of office to Susan Schaefer, one of the eight candidates who submitted their names in consideration for an appointment to a vacant seat.

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A Celebration of All Things Sly Comes to Sag Harbor

On Thursday, September 27, Dan Koontz and his hand-picked posse will kick off the eighth season of the Sag Harbor American Music Festival performing the songs made famous by Sly and the Family Stone at 8 p.m. at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.

Thiele Pitches Commuter Trains in Sag Harbor

Members of the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor, the union of faculty employed by the Sag Harbor School District, expressed cautious support of the proposed South Fork Commuter Connection in a survey conducted by the school district last week.

Hurricane of 1938: Old Negatives Offer New View Of Storm’s Fury

Both black-and-white photographs—the first of a house near Lake Agawam, and the second of a home along Meadow Lane—were taken in Southampton Village shortly after the Category 3 hurricane, later named “The Long Island Express,” steamrolled the East End on the afternoon of September 21, 1938.