Linda Gronlund, Passenger On United Airlines Flight 93, Remembered

“I like to say that Linda was formidable,” Ms. Griffin said. “She was brilliant, she was thoughtful, very strong — very strong willed, always had been, totally wanted to always do things by herself, and did, most of the time.”

In Memory Of The Swamp: Hamptons Pride Launches With Tea-Dance Party

With the recent establishment of Hamptons Pride — the first-ever East End organization devoted exclusively to LGBTQ+ pride — its founding goal is to create a historical marker and social gathering place on the footprint of The Swamp, explained Mr. House, who serves as the non-profit’s president.

Mashashimuet Park Grandstand Fundraiser Nearing Its Goal

Mashashimuet Park Grandstand Fundraiser Nearing Its Goal

A Celebration Of The SANS Community’s Artists And Writers Will Take Place Saturday

“Celebrating Community Creatives,” an outdoor gathering featuring the work of 15 artists and authors from Sag Harbor will take place at a private home in Sag Harbor Hills on Saturday, August 28.

‘Hamptons Edition’ Monopoly Set to be Released Summer 2022

The makers of Monopoly are investing in East End real estate — on their board, that is: A special “Hamptons Edition” game is set to be released next summer, bearing the names of South Fork landmarks.

Program For Autistic Rowers Launches In Sag Harbor

Program For Autistic Rowers Launches In Sag Harbor

Ellen’s Run Supporters Honored At Back In Black Gala

Tony and Emmy Award-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh, and John Graham, the executive director of Hampton Racquet, will be recognized at this year’s gala, an outdoor affair at Hampton Racquet set for Saturday, August 28, at 6:30 p.m.

Patsy Topping Earns Lifetime Achievement Award From ARF

On Saturday, August 14, she will be recognized for the tireless work in rescuing more than 2,000 dogs and cats when she receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from ARF as part of the organization’s annual Bow Wow Meow Ball, which is being livestreamed at 7:30 p.m., hosted by NBC’s Chuck Scarborough.

Louis Trakis Of Southampton Dies July 7

Louis Trakis, a sculptor, painter, printmaker and cartoonist, died early in the morning of Wednesday, July 7, 2021 in Southampton. He was 94.

The Plain Sight Project Focuses On Sag Harbor

Since the creation of The Plain Sight Project in 2018, Ms. Barnes and Mr. Rattray have focused their efforts largely on areas in and around East Hampton Village. But now, they are now extending their search and hoping to discover the identity of Sag Harbor’s earliest Black inhabitants.

East End Fund For Children Debuts Partnership With Citarella

Representatives from the East End Fund for Children, Citarella owner Joe Gurrera, local families and children gathered outside Citarella in Bridgehampton on Monday to celebrate the launch of a RoundUp Fundraising campaign — a partnership between Citarella and the East End Fund for Children.

Market Art + Design Returns to Bridgehampton After Pandemic Hiatus

After a year of pandemic, economic turmoil and isolation, artists from the East End and afar will be together again at last — Market Art and Design is back this year with its largest show yet.

Southampton Arts Center August Programs

Summer is in full swing at Southampton Arts Center (SAC). From the return of ICP Talks, this year with a focus on street photography, to a hilarious reading of celebrity autobiographies by their fellow stars to thought-provoking films and panels, there is no shortage of things to do at SAC.

At Long Last, Bridgehampton’s Nathaniel Rogers House To Be Unveiled

This Saturday, the museum’s board of trustees will celebrate the completion of that $11.7 million, 18-year project, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at 5 p.m.

East Hampton’s Wildlife Will Lose Good Friend When Dell Cullum Leaves Town

Mr. Cullum and his wife, Dee, are moving at the end of August to a house they recently purchased on a big lake in central Massachusetts.

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27Speaks: Looking Up; Birding On The East End In The Wake Of Climate Change

This week, the panel is joined by veteran journalist and former Sag Harbor Express Publisher Bryan Boyhan for a discussion abut an article he wrote about birding on the East End in the wake of changes caused by climate change.

A Shift in Winter Bird Populations Seen as Climate and Habitat Change

From a distance of several hundred yards, all you can clearly see, even with binoculars, is the flush of white from the breast and a speck of black. Then the bird cocks its head down, breaking the surface of the water, tips forward and disappears.

John Jermain Librarian Wins Diversity Internship

Nancy Myers, 33, met Catherine Creedon, the former director of the John Jermain Memorial Library, when she was a patron and the library was in its temporary quarters on West Water Street during a major renovation.