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Reverend Johnson Found Her Calling at UUCSF

Rev. Johnson has been the minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork for more than three years but was officially installed as its permanent minister on May 5.

New LTV Series Tackles ‘Honest Conversations’ Head On — And On Air

The East Hampton Adolescent Mental Health & Substance Use Task Force has as one of its major initiatives to address the challenges young people and their families are facing

Sticker Shock in Sag Harbor

The group SAFE in Sag Harbor completed its annual “Sticker Shock” initiative, marking alcohol with warnings about selling or purchasing alcohol for minors.

A Conversation with Taylor K. Vecsey

Taylor K. Vecsey is a captain in the Bridgehampton Fire Department’s emergency medical service company who first joined the department in 2010.

Multi-Faith Iftar Returns to Unitarian Church in Sag Harbor

On Sunday, May 26, the Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Fork in Sag Harbor will host its fourth annual Multi-faith Iftar potluck dinner at 7 p.m.

ARF Designer Show House and Sale is Saturday

A shuffle of furniture and home décor, donated thrift, repurposed and new pieces, is keeping a group of animal-loving interior decorators and exterior designers moving.

Sag Harbor Cinema Sign To Light Up Memorial Day Weekend

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center announced this week that it would relight the iconic “Sag Harbor” sign in front of the Sag Harbor Cinema on Saturday, May 25 in a special ceremony that will be held at 7:30 p.m.

Adolph Altschaeffl, 88

Professor Adolph Altschaeffl, 88, of West Lafayette, Indiana, known to friends and colleagues are “Al,” passed away on April 12, 2019.

Historic Sag Harbor Church Bell Will Ring Once Again

It’s hidden behind louvered panels — a nod to the past — rather than the windows originally planned for the new iteration of The Church, but there's a bell in the tower once again.

175th Anniversary of Old Whalers’ Church Dedication To Be Celebrated May 12

A thousand people turned out on Union Street in Sag Harbor on May 16, 1844 for the dedication of the First Presbyterian congregation’s third building in the village, the massive Egyptian Revival edifice funded by wealthy captains and ship owners giddy with the riches of the whaling trade that is now known as the Old Whalers’ Church.This Sunday, May 12, at 11 a.m., the public is invited to join the congregation in celebrating the 175th anniversary of the event, for which the captains of several whaling ships delayed departures so their crews could attend.

Poppies Set to Return in Honor of Memorial Day

The Sag Harbor American Legion Chelberg & Battle Post 388 Auxiliary will bring a field of poppies back to the World War I monument in Sag Harbor for the second year.

A Conversation with Xylia Serafy

Last week, a team launched a formal horseshoe crab survey at Havens Beach in Sag Harbor for the first time.

Chalking Tires Will Continue in Local Villages

A federal appeals court ruling caught the attention of local folks this week as it appeared the chalking of car tires as a means of enforcing parking limits was ruled a violation of the United States Constitution.

A Conversation With Dr. Samuel Ryu

Overseeing the new Phillips Family Cancer Center in Southampton is Dr. Samuel Ryu.

Community Celebrates Opening of Phillips Family Cancer Center in Southampton

The Phillips Family Cancer Center is a partnership with the Phillips family, Stony Brook University Cancer Center, and Southampton Hospital.

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‘Magic Jews’ Come to Southampton Arts Center

Allan Zola Kronzek's part-illustrated talk and part-magic performance about the lives of eight Jewish performers will take place on Monday, July 22.

The Church Presents “Art As Ecosystem”

Eric Fischl, co-founder of The Church with his wife, artist April Gornik, will lead the organization’s first event “Art As Ecosystem” on Saturday, July 20.

Pierson Grad Is Building a Career in Golf

Jack Brown today is a rising junior in the PGA Golf Management Program at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina.