Kathryn Szoka — co-owner of Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor — joined forces with the John Jermain Memorial Library to bring attention to all-too-often overlooked African-American authors by hosting a “read-in” during Black History Month.
The East Hampton Town Police Department is reporting four-year lows in cases of larceny, burglary and criminal mischief and an overall high over that time of 970 arrests.
Steve Haweeli’s basement studio in Springs is a space of allowance. It is where he allows himself to be messy — his whitewashed walls juxtaposed against paint-speckled drop cloths and floors, his work tables in disarray.
Chrystyna Kestler’s morning begins with prayer. Without it those spared quiet moments, her days do not run as smoothly.
Thursday’s gathering of the Southampton Town Opioid Task Force at Southampton Hospital’s Parrish Memorial Hall was as much a call for a public mobilization against the growing public health crisis.
If an argument could be made that Sag Harbor was a salty kind of village back in the day, then its old jailhouse, erected in 1916, was a salt shaker of sorts.
Twenty years after Southampton Town residents turned down a referendum to build a public pool at Southampton College, town officials on Thursday heard a new request.
One of the hottest musical acts on the East End these days is Hopefully Forgiven, a band that draws legions of loyal fans to venues both large and small.
Before a spirited home crowd, sophomores Henry Brooks and Cooper Schiavoni sparked Pierson down the stretch and led the Whalers to a 74-61 win and a season sweep of the Killer Bees.
It still astonishes Dexter Wimberly that African-American portraiture is regarded as “fresh” and “new” — when it has existed for centuries.
“Where are you really from?” is not a simple question for Bastienne Schmidt to answer.
Southampton Town Aquatics and Recreation, a group whose initial effort to build a public swimming pool was shot down in a referendum back in the mid-1990s, is back at it.
The message was about how to create “radical community healing” in the face of revelations of sexual assault, abuse and harassment and domestic violence.
U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin was joined by state and local political leaders, environmentalists and business representatives on Friday in calling for bipartisan opposition to the decision of the federal government to open most federal waters in the Atlantic Ocean to oil and gas exploration.
From Sag Harbor to the United Kingdom, Katharine Battle and Emily Goldstein are sharing their passion for spaces reflective of British culture.