Another Grim Opening Of Scallop Season After Third Massive Summer Die-Off

Predictions that the opening of the 2021 bay scallop season would be met with a paucity of the cherished shellfish proved painfully accurate this week as the few baymen and recreational harvesters who ventured out on Monday found essentially nothing to harvest.

Series Explores Ideas for Preserving Sag Harbor

Over the next several months, Preservation Long Island and the Sag Harbor Historical Society will host The Sag Harbor Preservation Forum, a series of three separate discussion panels addressing various aspects of preserving the historic architecture and character of the Village of Sag Harbor.

Panel Discussion At Sag Harbor Cinema Shines Spotlight On Scourge Of Domestic Violence

Behrens was one of six women who were part of a panel discussion on domestic violence held at the Cinema on Sunday evening. “Behind Closed Doors: A Frank Discussion About Abuse In Our Community,” was put together by the Cinema and The Retreat, the community-based not-for-profit agency that provides a wide range of domestic violence services and support.

Sag Harbor Partnership Honors Diane Schiavoni

Diane Schiavoni, who has lived her entire life in Sag Harbor and dedicated herself to improving her home town, was honored by the Sag Harbor Partnership on Thursday, October 21, with the organization’s Community Service Award.

Hot Lunches Provided At BHCCC

For the past few months, yoga teacher and chef Corey De Rosa has been donating hot lunches to the food pantry at the Bridgehampton Child Care Center, which saw a huge increase in need in recent months.

New Television Series Aims To Highlight Minorities, Youth

New Television Series Aims To Highlight Minorities, Youth

Old Schoolhouse Makes Its Move To Village Hall Site

The old North Haven schoolhouse took to the road for the third time in its existence early on Tuesday, October 12, for the 1.1-mile trip to North Haven’s Village Hall campus, where it now awaits a new life as an exhibition and museum space.

Climate Corner: Hope (The Pessimist’s Guide)

This summer, my 21-year-old daughter, Carley, said, “Mom, you act like buying a bamboo toothbrush is going to save the world.” She told me she was, “done trying to be environmental.” Wow. If this one’s lost hope, we’re all in trouble.

New Group Stages Anti-Racism Protest In Front Of Sag Harbor Launderette

On Saturday, Tanya Dawson recounted details of that day while standing in front of the launderette, speaking into a megaphone to address a crowd of roughly 30 or more people that had gathered as part of a peaceful protest organized by Exposing Inequities in the Hamptons — which goes by the abbreviation EIITH — and describes itself on its website as a group of “passionate and driven” community members with a common goal to “uproot discrimination and inequities while changing the narratives that have held the East End African-American community in bondage for far too long.”

Theater And Improv Company Has A New Home

Theater And Improv Company Has A New Home

Sag Harbor Partnership To Honor Diane Schiavoni

Diane Schiavoni, one of Sag Harbor’s most dedicated volunteers, will be awarded the 2021 Sag Harbor Partnership’s Community Service Award in honor of her outstanding commitment to the pressing needs of the village.

Bill Pickens, Patriarch Of SANS Community, Dies At 85

Bill Pickens, Patriarch Of SANS Community, Dies At 85

Sylvester Manor Teams Up With Shinnecock, Other Native Groups, In Burial Ground Study

In what organizers say is an effort to recognize the common bonds of diverse people who make up the East End, Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island has announced that it will partner with the Shinnecock Nation’s Graves Protection Warrior Society and other representatives of Long Island’s Native-American tribes in the Afro-Indigenous Burial Ground Partnership at Sylvester Manor.

A Welcome Return For Sag Harbor’s HarborFest

HarborFest returned to Sag Harbor this weekend after a one-year hiatus owing to the coronavirus, and to say it was a hit with a population that has grown weary of being cooped up would be an understatement. Huge crowds converged on Long Wharf and the waterfront under sunny blue skies to listen to music, sample food from a number of purveyors, browse displays or watch the whaleboat races.

It’s Elementary: After A Long Hiatus, Sherlock and Company are Back at SCC

Remember March 2020? It was the month that began normally enough, and then at about the halfway point, everything changed when COVID-19 took hold and life as we knew it ground to a halt. That included live entertainment and Boots on the Ground Theater's newest production “Sherlock’s Secret Life." But now, after 18 months, the show is returning, once again, to the SCC stage, albeit with a few changes.

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ARB Seems Open To New Windows In 2-over-2 Style At Historic House

The wrangling over the pros and cons of putting in new windows at the circa 1790 house at 207 Main Street in Sag Harbor went on for another hour at the latest Zoom meeting of the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board (HPARB) last week and, in the end, it seemed to have headed back to where it had started.