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Ross School Will Consolidate Lower School, Upper School Campuses

The private school will close its Bridgehampton campus, which is home to its early childhood and elementary grades, and move those programs to its Upper School campus on Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton.

Sag Harbor Businesses Will Feel Fees’ Pinch

It’s about to get a whole lot more expensive in Sag Harbor to block off a parking space or sidewalk for construction work.

For Right Buyer, A Big Piece of Sag Harbor Village

The signs appeared early last winter offering a “Sag Harbor Assemblage” of three contiguous properties running from Main Street down Washington Street and over to Division Street.

The Wharf Shop Celebrates 50 Years in Sag Harbor

Nada Barry and Gwen Waddington, who co-own the toy store, are celebrating the shop’s 50th anniversary in business on Main Street in Sag Harbor.

East End Restaurant Week Returns Sunday

Last spring, in its 15th edition, the annual Hamptons Restaurant Week rebranded itself as East End Restaurant Week, which better reflected the dining promotion

Students — and their Parents — March for Their Lives in Sag Harbor

March for Our Lives was a national day of protest against gun violence and a rally for gun control organized by student survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Sag Harbor Cinema Project Takes Another Step Forward

It’s early spring, and Nick Gazzolo and April Gornik, the president and vice president of the Sag Harbor Partnership, say they can feel a certain lightness in the air surrounding the organization’s Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center project. It’s blossoming.

Word on the Street: The Art of the Protest

From the massive Women’s Marches held this year and last, to the rise of the “Me Too” movement, vocal demonstrations by DACA recipients, and reactions to police shootings of people of color, across the nation people are angry and getting organized.

Celebrate Easter in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, the Sag Harbor Garden Center and the Sag Harbor Lions Club will bring Easter to Sag Harbor this Saturday and Sunday, with their annual petting zoo, Easter bonnet parade and Easter egg hunt.

Pierson Baseball Kicks Off New Era in Style; Softball Drops Opener

The change in tide was felt on Monday in the form of a dominant 12-1 victory for the Whalers, who played small ball through frigid temperatures and rode the left arm of senior Tyler LaBorne through five steady innings.

Express Sessions Parking Conversation Shows Need for Wider Vision

By a show of hands, in a room filled with about 60 guests, about five people raised their hands on Friday when asked if they thought Sag Harbor had a shortage of parking spaces for everyone — residents and visitors alike — in the village.

Cowboy Junkies Set for Westhampton Beach PAC

Michael and Margo Timmins are numbers three and four in the family lineup of six — siblings by blood, friends by default, and compatriots in ragging on the youngest of them all, Peter. Half a century later, that dynamic still holds — their 30-year career as the Cowboy Junkies notwithstanding.

Early Public Comment Still Nixed from Sag Harbor Trustees’ Agenda

Want to speak or ask a question at a Sag Harbor Village Board meeting? It’s simple — just raise your hand. That is Sag Harbor Village Mayor Sandra Schroeder’s directive to those who want to comment on resolutions before the board votes on them.

Questions Remain as La Superica Closes Its Doors

The restaurant’s owner, Ken O’Donnell, said his current lease ends in April and his landlord, Double Star, Inc., had refused to extend it.

Suffolk County Will Expand Water Testing in Wake of Sand Land Results

In the wake of the discovery that elevated levels of contaminants have been found in both the surface water and groundwater at the Sand Land sand mine and mulching operation in Noyac, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services is expanding its testing of private wells in the area.

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Artist Christopher Engel’s ‘Kings’ Speak To A Deeper Truth At Romany Kramoris Gallery

The crown. It’s a recurring symbol in Christopher Engel’s artwork and it figures prominently in “Kings,” a series of paintings by the Sag Harbor artist on view now through the end of summer in Romany Kramoris Gallery’s first-ever virtual exhibition.

The Story He Is — Roger Rosenblatt’s Writing Life

In truth, Roger Rosenblatt never really intended for his collection of prose to become a book. But once a writer, always a writer, and that’s exactly what his selected essays — on the subject of writing, as it turns out — has become. “I knew I would make a fortune on the book and couldn’t resist the opportunity,” joked Rosenblatt, who will most likely do nothing of the sort with “The Story I Am: Mad About the Writing Life,” which was published by Turtle Point Press in April.

Neo-Political Cowgirls Boost Arts, Advocacy with Andromeda’s Sisters

Florencia Lozano has recently found herself questioning what she always took for granted: the books and articles she read, the plays and films she watched, the music and stories that moved her, the reality she assumed to be true. But as the world continues to shift through the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the dismantling of white supremacy — and, to a certain degree, the patriarchy — and the rebirth of the civil rights movement, she is choosing what she consumes in a new light. And with a new, heightened focus on women.