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Who Remembers the Old Hamptons Drive-In? (Hint: It was in Bridgehampton)

The Hamptons Drive-In Theatre opened in July 1955 and was located on the site of what is now the Bridgehampton Commons shopping plaza.

A Reptilian Respite

Fans of all things that slither and crawl will want to be sure to join the South Fork History Museum (SOFO) for a special four-week Zoom presentation featuring “Erik the Reptile Guy & His Reptile Edventures!”

USA Warrior Stories Honors Veterans By Sharing Their Memories

Enter USA Warrior Stories, a not-for-profit that has allowed the longtime friends and East End residents to interview, record and produce more than 100 stories told by veterans, some of whom are no longer alive.

Shinnecock Nation Sees Victory In Judge’s Split Ruling On Sunrise Highway Signs Case On...

Shinnecock Nation Sees Victory In Judge's Split Ruling On Sunrise Highway Signs Case On Monday

Not Safer at Home: Domestic Violence Hotlines Field Dramatic Volume Increase

Not Safer at Home: Domestic Violence Hotlines Field Dramatic Volume Increase

Shinnecocks Get $1.8 Million From CARES Act Funding After Struggle Against For-Profit Corporations

The Shinnecock Nation will receive more than $1.8 million in federal aid from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, which earmarks about $8 billion for Native American tribes.

Rotary Clubs Give Hospital Workers A Small Gesture Of Flowering Appreciation This Weekend

Four East End Rotary clubs distributed thousands of plants to front-line workers at the three East End hospitals this past weekend.

Elise Quimby, A Fixture In Bridgehampton, Dies At 85

Elise Pickering Quimby, who left her mark on the Hampton Library as well as her many friends and acquaintances in her adopted Bridgehampton, died on May 3 in Washington, D.C.

Love What’s Local with “The Hamptons Kitchen”

Hillary Davis and Stacy Dermont's new book “The Hamptons Kitchen: Seasonal Recipes Pairing Land And Sea” delves into the food culture of the East End in a way that few authors have.

Front Line Heroes Honored In Artwork

East End Arts & Humanities Council, Inc. has launched its Front Line Heroes Program in collaboration with Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) in Riverhead to show appreciation for essential workers dedicated to their work and community at this difficult time.

New East Hampton Charity Makes It Easy To Give

The result is Doorstep Donations, which the three young men see as an efficient — and safe — way to collect donations for the needy.

Amateur Coronavirus Trackers Weigh In On the Numbers

A handful of East End residents are taking the novel coronavirus numbers into their own hands — tracking them, charting them and drawing their own conclusions

Budding Podcasters Wanted

Have a hankering to hear yourself on the airwaves? If so, you’re in luck, because Stony Brook University offers a podcasting program at both its Southampton and Manhattan campuses, and on May 14, is hosting a virtual Open House.

Archaeology of the Fowler House in Freetown

The Long Island Collection of the East Hampton Library will present an online lecture, “Archaeology of the Fowler House in Freetown,” with speaker Dr. Allison McGovern on May 20, at 4 p.m. via Zoom. 

Time for Turtles and Other Local Fauna

On Wednesday, May 19, at 4 p.m., join SOFO’s Environmental Educator Jackie Avignone as she presents “Turtle Time,” a discussion on the turtles of the South Fork.

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George Floyd Protest And March Slated For Tuesday In Bridgehampton

Three East End community members — Lisa Votino and Lisa Gagliardo of Southampton and Willie Jenkins of Bridgehampton — are planning a protest slated for Tuesday, June 2, at 5 p.m.

Sag Harbor Village to Limit Parking to 45 Minutes on Main Street

On Friday, Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said she would sign an executive order limiting parking to 45 minutes on Main Street.

Virtual Runs Are Real Fundraisers In Time Of COVID-19

Though in-person competitive running has fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Long Island’s annual races are keeping the tradition alive through virtual races.