The ends of the earth where land meets sea is traditionally a great place to set a story, especially when trouble is brewing. So when Nicola Harrison set out to write her first book, she decided to do just that — and she made sure the location was also a place that was near and dear to her heart.
In 1993, landscape designer Frederico Azevedo founded Unlimited Earth Care, Inc. in order to create beautiful, sustainable landscapes. For over two decades, Azevedo’s award-winning, curated, and holistic approach to landscape design has been recognized nationally and internationally in both architectural and landscaping publications.
Two world wars, the Jazz Age, the Civil Rights Movement, and one exceptional man who connects them all. Meet Eugene Bullard, the most interesting historical figure you’ve never heard of.
Magic is created when diverse areas of the arts meld, then produce a transcendent inner experience and create an inner excitement — and on Sunday, November 17, Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor hosts “Magic Holiday Music,” an event merging music, poetry and visual arts.
When Julie Andrews set out to write her latest memoir, she knew that she wanted to collaborate with someone she trusted and with whom she could share the most personal and private details of her life ... That someone was her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton.
Canio's owners prepare the 20th anniversary celebration of their ownership on Saturday evening at the bookstore.
Talia Carner, a human rights activist and award-winning author of five novels about social issues, will discuss her latest novel, "The Third Daughter," on Saturday, October 19, at 6 p.m. at Janet Lehr Fine Arts in East Hampton.
Organized crime and the world of professional boxing are intertwined with absorbing detail in “Boxing and the Mob,” a book that covers the mob’s involvement in the sport throughout the entire 20th century.
On Saturday, September 14 at 1 p.m., George Theotacatos gives an author talk at East Hampton Library on his book “Finding Ithaka.”
George Giannaris, owner and chef of the iconic Hellenic Snack Bar & Restaurant on the North Fork, is passionate about eating healthy. On Saturday, September 14, at 5 p.m., he comes to Canio’s Books to prepare a dish for his YouTube channel and discuss his books, “Ferry Tales I” and “Ferry Tales II.”
Billy Baldwin, a Sag Harbor resident, starts his routine around 6 a.m., immediately hopping on either a paddleboard or a bicycle. After his workout, he goes to work in his home office. The wall behind his desk is covered in paper, lined with postcards and writings, a spillage of ideas that may become his next children’s book.
Science and art merge at the Parrish Art Museum when a Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) scientist, a Stony Brook University music professor, and an interdisciplinary...
Jim Marquardt wasn’t always a history buff. His professional life was spent heading up an advertising agency in Stamford, Connecticut. But then, he retired. “We wanted...
“So Long, Big Duck” book has been in Mr. Holme’s mind for years, slowly taking form on handwritten spiral notebook pages that gathered in what his friend, editor, companion and caretaker Fiona Molloy Lepperd calls the “creative mounds, mountains of paper and notes and poems” scattered all around his place near Key West, where he moved with Kate Wyckoff-Holmes around 2011. She died there in 2016. Turning those pages into a sweet, enchanting yet soulful children’s book about two city kids’ summer visit to “Deep Harbor” (a dead ringer for Sag Harbor) was an effort led by Ms. Lepperd and Mr. Holme’s Sag Harbor friends Reynold Ruffins, the artist and retired commercial illustrator, and graphic designer Charles Grubb of C D Grubb Photo Graphics.
East Hampton Library’s 15th annual Authors Night fundraiser is Saturday, August 10, and will be held under a tent on the “555” field in Amagansett on the north side of Montauk Highway.