Plain Sight Project Brings Stories Of East End Enslaved People To Light
When Maria Fumai-Dietrich joined the Parrish Art Museum staff, she took one look at the business membership roster and was immediately impressed — and, simultaneously, inspired. The members represented industries across the board, from hospitality, retail and graphic design to architecture, law and real estate. And, in there, she saw unbound potential.
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its call for membership and plans for 2021, leading with the new “LOVE Sag Harbor” campaign, launched just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Remembering A True Sag Harbor Character: Renowned Decoy Carver, Robert Hand Sr., Dies at 77
Former Assemblyman John L. Behan, Advocate For Veterans, Dies At 76
The organizers of the Montauk St. Patrick’s Day parade are pressing ahead with their planning for the 2020 parade in the hope that the...
William F. McCoy, Jr. of Sagaponack, beloved husband of Barbara Brummer McCoy, passed away peacefully December 24 at the age of 91. He was born on December 10, 1929 at the Norwegian Lutheran Hospital in Brooklyn to William F. and Marian (Jacobsen) McCoy of Bridgehampton.
Libraries in Suffolk County, including those on the East End, collectively reached a record-breaking 2.7 million eBook and audiobook checkouts in 2020 through the county’s database, Livebrary.
Barry Lynwood Vaughn of Sag Harbor died at the East End Hospice Kanas Center on Quiogue January 24. He was 83.
Ms. Murillo Cruz died en route to the hospital following the accident, just before noon on January 13. Her two children, ages 1 and 4, were airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital hospital, but did not suffer life-threatening injuries and were both discharged over the weekend, according to a family friend.
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.
In an unexpected blow to the East End community, Ms. Spilka — a steadfast civic leader, role model and friend — died on December 28 after a short bout with metastatic lung cancer and was buried on January 3 at Mount Lebanon Cemetery in Queens.
The Social Justice Committee of Temple Adas Israel, which has been busy during the pandemic helping to feed the hungry, house the homeless, and mentor at-risk students, is continuing its efforts to “create bonds and strengthen community” into the new year, according to co-chairwoman Alyssa Peek.
Coal Bin Paintings Find New Home: Southampton African American Museum To Display Segregated Bar Relics
The Sag Harbor Express Person Of The Year: Deborah O’Brien