The founder of Knead and Seed has collaborated with local candlemaker Brittany Torres of Hamptons Handpoured to create a series of customized zodiac candles that celebrate each sign — from grapefruit, ginger Leo and juniper, cedarwood Pisces to cardamom, basil Scorpio and honey, rose Taurus.
The 15th annual Soldier Ride Hamptons took off from Amagansett early Saturday morning and came through Sag Harbor during the late morning
Luke, 14, a rising freshman at Pierson High School, has spent the last nine months working on a charitable project that connects two of his passions.
As Khalil Gibran Muhammad explained on Friday in a talk on Race in America at Guild Hall, racism and inclusion have been at odds since before the founding of our country.
On the day before what would have been Jordan Haerter's 30th birthday — July 29, 2018 — friends, family and Sag Harbor locals will gather at Pierson Middle High School for the 2nd Annual Jordan’s Run
The twin-engine Piper Navajo in which Bonnie and Ben Krupinski, their grandson, and pilot died on June 2 approaching East Hampton Airport as strong thunderstorms drenched parts of the town had been flying low over the ocean miles closer to the shore when it crashed than the Krupinskis’ single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza, carrying another family member, was flying at the same time.
Returning for its 12th year, the East Hampton Antiques Show promises to bring together a myriad of antiques and art work on the grounds of the Mulford Farm, a 3.5-acre property circa 1680 maintained by the East Hampton Historical Society. The event, which benefits the nonprofit, is a celebration of history and old becoming new again.
In a village that seemingly boasts a higher concentration per square mile of writers, musicians, artists, filmmakers, photographers and other creators than so many other places, one public library is doing something to reach out and preserve their as-yet unpublished works.
After more than two years of pondering, planning and fund-raising, the Park and Recreation Association of Sag Harbor has decided to pull the trigger and build a new playground this fall at Mashashimuet Park.
The Village of North Haven will hold “a second grand opening” of its playground, pickle ball court and basketball court behind Village Hall on Friday, July 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. featuring an ice cream social, Village Trustee Dianne Skilbred announced at the Village Board’s monthly meeting on Tuesday.
The Sag Harbor Partnership hosted The Big Tent: Party for the Cinema 2! on Sunday as hundreds of residents and visitors flocked to Long Wharf to celebrate and raise funds for the construction of the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center
Boys and girls ages 10 through 17 will participate in the BNB Hamptons Youth Triathlon this Saturday, July 14, to benefit i-tri.
The sixth annual Haitian Art & Handcraft Sale — to benefit education, health and sustainable development in the remote village — will open with a reception on Friday, July 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Christ Episcopal Church, located at 5 Hampton Street in Sag Harbor.
There’s an enormous amount of work that goes on behind the big benefits, described by their organizers in words like “insane” and “a blur” and “controlled chaos.”
Hundreds of people gathered at the foot of Long Wharf for speeches, poems and a prayer followed by a peaceful parade up and down the sidewalks on Main Street in the midday heat on Wednesday, July 4.