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Thanksgiving Volunteering Opportunities Take New Shape With COVID-19 Restrictions

Thanksgiving Volunteering Opportunities Take New Shape With COVID-19 Restrictions

Bridgehampton’s Nathaniel Rogers House Crowned With Cupola

The ongoing — and much delayed — renovation of the Nathaniel Rogers House in Bridgehampton inched forward last week when contractors lifted a replica of the building’s decorative cupola to the rooftop on November 4.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Awards HICO Grants To Underserved Local Organizations

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Awards HICO Grants To Underserved Local Organizations

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Shinnecock To Hold Month-Long Protest Encampment Near Sunrise Highway

Dozens of Shinnecock and their supporters have struck camp in the woods just off Sunrise Highway in a show of protest spurred by the fight over the tribe’s roadside electronic billboards, but harking to centuries of illtreatment.

The Riverhead Holiday Light Show Returns

After months of planning, the Riverhead Holiday Light Show, Suffolk county's largest drive-through light show, is slated to return for its third year on Thursday, November 19, at 5 p.m. at the Long Island Sports Park.

Spooky Happenings at Guild Hall for Little Ghouls and Grown Up Ghosts Alike

To celebrate Halloween, Guild Hall is serving up two very different performances — one to bring smiles to its youngest audience members, and one to strike horror into the hearts of those bold enough to venture forth

Sag Harbor Historical Society Uses Video To Help Tell The Village’s Story

What started as a series of PowerPoint presentations to introduce students at the Sag Harbor Elementary School to the village’s rich history has morphed into a series of short videos that its creator hopes will help draw attention to the Sag Harbor Historical Society.

Hamptons Community Outreach Hones In On Mission, Providing Food And More For Hundreds Of...

Hamptons Community Outreach Hones In On Mission, Providing Food And More For Hundreds Of Local Families

Climate Corner: Does The Planet Have Your Vote This November?

In 2012, a thirsty dog named Rosie stopped to lap up a bit of water from Georgica Pond. Three hours later she was dead. A toxin called microcystin that’s commonly caused by algae blooms was found in her liver. It’s hard not to see Rosie as the canary in the coal mine. If this could happen in the pond of Steven Spielberg and Ron Perelman, it can happen anywhere.

Sag Harbor Variety Store To Celebrate 50th Anniversary (And They Are Sure To Have...

Sag Harbor Variety Store To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Sag Harbor Resident Creates Videos Focused On Mental Health

Sag Harbor Resident Creates Videos Focused On Mental Health

An Invisible Goblin, The Coronavirus, Brings Real Fright To Halloween Activities

villages in East Hampton and Southampton towns confront the reality that they cannot allow gatherings of large crowds of trick-or-treaters

Q&A: A Conversation With John Jermain Library Director Catherine Creedon

A Conversation With John Jermain Library Director Catherine Creedon

Molly Bishop Named Executive Director Of Sag Harbor Partnership

Molly Bishop Named Executive Director Of Sag Harbor Partnership

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27Speaks: Anxiety About The Rush To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by senior reporter Michael Wright for a discussion about the ongoing rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, and the questions, confusion and anxiety about getting vaccinated.

Amy Kirwin is Guild Hall’s Inaugural Chief Creative Officer

It was early 2011 when Amy Kirwin and Andrea Grover first met at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, and it wasn’t long before the two artistic souls realized they were kindred spirits. “We’re like twins. I came out of the womb first,” said Kirwin, who arrived on the East End in the fall of 2010, just three months ahead of Grover.

Sag Harbor Publisher Dr. Martin Shepard Dies

Dr. Martin Shepard, a psychiatrist, author, and with his wife, Judith, a trailblazing publisher, has died. Dr. Shepard passed away at his home in Sag Harbor surrounded by family on December 17, 2020, after a brief illness. He was 86.