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.
Bonnie Michelle Cannon, the executive director of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, was recently appointed by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to the county’s African American Advisory Board.
United States Army Sergeant Max Yardley, who is a 2014 graduate of Pierson High School, has returned home to Sag Harbor and will give a keynote address on Veterans Day.
The architect for the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center now under construction at 90 Main Street is Allen Kopelson, the founding principal of NK Architects.
In the spirit of Halloween, the Chamber of Commerce has planned its annual Ragamuffin Parade and Pumpkin Trail activities for the Main Street business district.
The Friends of the Library is a nonprofit organization that exists to support the John Jermain Memorial Library in its efforts to serve all of Sag Harbor — young and old, every race and religion, and everyone in between. But right now, the Friends need to make a few more “friends.”
For Jeff LeBlanc, much has changed over the last decade. But his love of getting on stage, guitar in hand, has remained the same.
Jeri Moomaw, the founder and executive director of Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative, based in Olympia, Washington, will be a presenter during two events this week at Stony Brook Southampton aimed at eliminating human trafficking.
Kasia Klimiuk and Anita Boyer, the co-founders of Our Fabulous Variety Show talk about their new two-woman comedy show, being inspired by Cirque du Soleil and the importance of arts education.
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.