A Conversation With

A Conversation With Steve Long

The new executive director of CMEE on rethinking the museum, finding donors and reaching the “tweens”   What was your former position? How does this position...

A Conversation With Heather Abrams

A cancer survivor and wildlife/nature educator, Abrams inspired her parents to raise money for and provide education on Dr. Mitchell Cairo of Columbia University...

A Conversation With Sandi Kruel

Sag Harbor Little League’s first female head manager discusses her love for the kids, the game and what it was like to break the...

A Conversation With Kathryn Holden

Sag Harbor’s Superintendent is stepping down after nine years of service. She talks about the state of the school district today, the challenges for...

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Myles Proctor had been scuffling at the plate prior to a key at bat in the top of the 12th inning of Thursday’s wild...

Stephanie Bitis Sentenced To 15 Months For Defrauding Employer Of More Than $300,000

U.S. District Judge Gary R. Brown said he considered Ms. Bitis’s service to the community and the support of her friends, family and current employer and the efforts that she has made so far toward restitution, but considering the “significant magnitude” of the crime plus the fact that she had engaged in similar behavior before, an “incarceratory sentence” was warranted.

Before The Dots: Exploring Roy Lichtenstein’s Early Years at the Parrish

Both inside and outside of the art world, Roy Lichtenstein is a household name, widely recognized as one of the pioneers of Pop Art. The prevailing narrative has been that Lichtenstein came out of nowhere when he burst onto the Pop Art scene in 1961, rising to prominence along with other household names like Andy Warhol. But the truth is that Lichtenstein was a well-established artist with an impressive body of work long before delving into the art form that would make him famous.