Music

Pierson’s Crowd Pleasers

  Cheerleaders at Pierson High School are not just doing the old “ra, ra, sis boom ba,” cheer, that has been done so many times...

Obituaries February 12, 2009

George V. V. Rouse George V. V. Rouse, age 94, passed away January 14, 2009 in Toledo, OH. He was born in Catskill, N.Y., to...

Propose Changes to Music Program

A music consultant hired last fall by the Sag Harbor School District gave his report and recommendations for both the elementary and middle/high school...

Teachers Play for a Purpose

  By day, they are schoolteachers but by night, two from the Sag Harbor school district play in an alternative rock band. A pair of...

Young Actors on a Well Worn Yellow Brick Road

The land of little people, a green faced witch, and those great Ruby Slippers are iconic images for generations who have sat through countless...

Obituaries January 29, 2009

Laura Thiele Laura Thiele died on January 26 at the Westhampton Care Center in Westhampton after a long illness. She was 80 years old. Mrs. Thiele...

Review: History’s Tough Lessons – Bennett’s play looks at the need to succeed

Education and its measure has long been a matter of debate among educators. Inspiration too, since no one can predict which teachers ultimately have...

New Code Sparks Praise and Scorn

By Marissa Maier When Jeff Sander started visiting Sag Harbor as a child in the 1940s and 1950s, the village was far from the destination...

Letters January 22, 2009

Remembering Ned   Dear Bryan A friend called to say that Ned Parkhouse had died - news that caused both eyes and heart to fill up: the...

Obituaries January 22, 2009

Ned Parkhouse Edward (Ned) Parkhouse, who for many years was proprietor of an antiques and classical music store that bore his name on Sag Harbor’s...

Is it Worth it?

This week, as we sit back and look at all that has been accomplished by the Long Range Planning Committee members over the last...

Talented Teen Plays a Mean Mandolin

Some days, Sierra Hull’s life resembles that of any average 17-year-old American teenager as she navigates the hallways of her high school, stopping by...

Forget Broadway! This winter it’s Sag Harbor for your entertainment needs

With a record 13 Broadway shows slated to close this month either due to bad economics or a coincidence of timing (nine went dark...

East End Thoughts: Little Ghosts of Christmas Past

by Richard Gambino “The Child is father of the Man,” wrote Wordsworth. So it is I see so many ghosts from my earliest Christmases. Little...

LVIS House Tour: In Homes for the Holidays

J.J. Nolis' wood shingled home on Denison Street can best be described as traditional, but with a contemporary twist. Elegantly furnished and boasting a...

Latest Articles

‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ Explores Sag Harbor Man’s Friendship with Jonathan Larson

On the first Monday in November, a small group of friends gathered in Sag Harbor’s Oakland Cemetery just as the last glimmer of sunlight was fading and true dusk was setting in. They brought with them candles, food and beverages for an impromptu celebration of the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos, also known as the Day of the Dead. Among those honored was Jonathan Larson, composer, playwright and creator of the hit Broadway musical “Rent" and "Tick, Tick... Boom!" which has just been released as a film directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Tom Clavin Pens a Harrowing Real-Life World War II Story of Survival

For decades, pilot Joe Moser didn’t talk about what had happened to him during World War II. That’s because when he came home from the war in Europe, nobody believed him.

Pianist Judy Carmichael is in the Swing and Coming Back to Bay Street!

The Saturday after Thanksgiving happened to be Judy Carmichael’s birthday. But this year, Carmichael, a Grammy-nominated stride and swing pianist, wasn’t home in Sag Harbor, celebrating with friends. Instead, she was at sea as part of her latest gig, sailing aboard the luxury cruise ship Crystal Serenity where she had been performing all week. And after a year and a half of canceled performances due to COVID-19 — some 200 of them — she’s totally fine with that.