The Retreat, the domestic violence shelter and educational outreach organization based in East Hampton, is marking its 30th anniversary of helping people in need this year.
As director of the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum, David Bunn Martine’s expertise in Native American history, art and culture is far-reaching.
In a conversation with The Sag Harbor Express, Mr. DeRosa said he always knew he wanted to work with students.
Anne Surchin, a registered architect from Southold, has lots of East End credentials to her name.
Debra McCall's love of dance goes beyond studying, choreographing and teaching; she is also a dedicated historian of the art.
The prolific short story writer Amy Hempel, who has won many awards, has joined the creative writing program at Stony Brook Southampton.
Joshua Franklin joined the Jewish Center of the Hamptons as its new Rabbi this summer and will be “officially installed” over Labor Day weekend.
Kevin McAllister is the founder of DefendH20, which defends the right to clean water and a sustainable coastline through science, education and legislation.
Julie Ratner founded the Ellen Hermanson Foundation in 1997 to honor the memory of her sister, who lost her battle to breast cancer.
Tovah Feldshuh discusses advice for aspiring actors, her positive outlook on life and her upcoming show at Bay Street Theater.
Rory Kennedy is the director of a film chronicling the life, relationships and career of American surfing icon, Laird Hamilton.
While working at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, Chris Carney co-founded Soldier Ride, biking across the country to raise funds for wounded veterans.
Joseph Denny set out last July to be the first hiker to do a full hike trail of the Paumanok. In six days, not without challenges, he reached his goal.
This season is shaping up to be a nasty one for the proliferation of eight legged summer villains, known as ticks.
Sony Schotland helped make the Southampton Animal Shelter private with a no-kill policy years ago.