As a young child, Diana Carillo found a lot of comfort in books, and in libraries in particular. Now, Ms. Carillo, 26, the new children's librarian at JJML, says she wants the library to be the same kind of place for local kids.
The seventh annual Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink raised about $1.4 million for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) over the weekend
On Monday, August 6, SAFE in Sag Harbor and HUGS, Inc., kicked off their initiative to raise public awareness and change adult attitudes about providing alcohol to minors at local Sag Harbor businesses.
The Sag Harbor Youth Resource Center’s teen beach night program at Long Beach will conclude next week in splashy and sweet style.
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.
The seventh annual national show “INK” will open with a reception on Friday, August 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. at East End Arts, located at 133 East Main Street in Riverhead, and remain on view through September 19. For more information, call (631) 727-0900 or visit eastendarts.org.
To his generations of fans, the New York native is simply Béla Fleck, who is now striking out solo, illuminating the possibilities of the five-string banjo with new music and old tunes from his 40-year career.
Nearly 400 runners and walkers gathered at Pierson High School on Sunday morning for the second annual Jordan’s Run Veterans’ Memorial 5K Run/Walk.
The seventh annual Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink, to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, will begin at 8 a.m. with a paddleboard race, followed by a sunset party at 7 p.m., both at Havens Beach in Sag Harbor.
As part of the Montauk Observatory lecture series, the retired, award-winning science teacher will discuss the drive behind exploring the Red Planet, the technology required, and what he expects astronauts will do once they get there on Friday, August 3, at 6:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library, located at 871 Montauk Highway in Montauk.
In Aurin Squire’s new play, “Obama-ology,” Warren lands in the streets of East Cleveland after graduating from college, working on the 2008 Obama campaign. Somewhere between knocking on doors, fending off cops and questioning his own sexual identity and racial identity as an African-American, he learns that changing society isn’t as easy as he imagined.
While the newest owners of one of Sag Harbor’s most beloved restaurants — the former Conca D’Oro — have remained tight-lipped on the opening date of the village’s newest Italian eatery, the doors of Sag Pizza were wide open on Tuesday, albeit only for staff training.
Iron Chef and restauranteur Michael Symon is passionate when it comes to barbecuing and live-fire cooking — whether it’s grilling ribeyes, smoking lamb ribs, baking pizza in a wood-fired oven, or just cooking hot dogs on a stick over a campfire.
“I’ll put the story of Sag Harbor as an African American haven into a national context,” said Andrew Karhl, who will give a talk on Saturday at Guild Hall.
Like a three-dimensional scrapbook, many Sag Harbor treasures are on view at the Annie Cooper Boyd House in the historical society’s exhibition, “Presenting Sag Harbor through Letters, Journalism, Costumes, Art, Photos and Local Voices.”