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From the People Who Brought You Sag Harbor

By Joseph Hanna The old harbor has never looked better. That’s the truth of the matter. But the question that needs to be answered is...

Dylan Jenet Collins

The triple threat from Sag Harbor who has graced Broadway stages, is currently filming her first movie and sang for Democratic Presidential candidate Barack...

Storms Don’t Dampen HarborFest Fun

Despite threatening skies — and actual pouring rain — Sag Harbor’s annual celebration of its maritime history attracted crowds to sample food, compete in contests and...

Letters September 18

Bailing Out Dear Editor: Senator John McCain’s son, Andrew, resigned abruptly from the failing “Silver State Bancorp” at the end of July for “personal reasons”. This...

Obituaries September 18

Philip H. Bucking Philip H. Bucking, a resident of Sag Harbor for 47 years and longtime proprietor of the Sag Harbor Variety 5 & 10,...

A Place to Call Home

Let’s face it. It isn’t always easy for people to find their footing as newcomers to Sag Harbor. With an ever changing set of...

Obituaries September 11

Jessie Margaret (Daisy) Burke Jessie Margaret (Daisy) Burke was found dead in her home at 36 Payne Ave., North Haven, on Sunday, August 31, 2008....

Sag HarborFest Returns This Weekend

  This weekend, September 12-14, marks the eighteenth year that Sag Harbor is celebrating its maritime history with The Sag HarborFest, a weekend of contests,...

Disher’s Act II

  It was F. Scott Fitzgerald who said “There are no second acts in American lives.” While Fitzgerald may have found that to be true...

Letters September 4

Wishing John the Best   Dear Bryan: I had a great summer. Locals, natives, and visitors relished in a treat like no other before: competitive baseball played...

Billy Joel Tunes Up A New Instrument

By Robbie Vorhaus A strong and powerful middle-aged superstar. Evocative and moving, stunning to watch, captivating to hear, and after spending time with this world...

Security Measures and New Faces at School

By Melissa Lynch Of the topics that were discussed at Monday night’s school board meeting, security was one that garnered a good deal of discussion....

A Thoughtful Space For Art

Sometimes it’s simply easier to think in an uncluttered space, and Silas Marder knows as much. He knows that by not filling the old...

Heavy Weather

By Harvey Jacobs  After an electronic beep, a red snake crawled across the bottom of the TV screen. Whenever that serpent appears, it trumpets...

Save Sag Harbor Benefit Sold Out

Like many bored teenagers, when Samanthe Lobosco, was in high school she and her friends would entertain themselves by driving around Main Street, Sag...

Latest Articles

A Tale as Old as Property Lines: Hampton Theatre Company Opens Season with ‘Native...

A fence between two neighbors can be so much more than a fence. On the most basic level, it represents a property line. But it can also separate age, left- and right-leaning politics, culture and, of course, the gardens themselves — as is the case in “Native Gardens,” a play by Karen Zacarías. If this conflict sounds eerily familiar, it should.

Review: ‘Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing’ At The Arts Center At Duck Creek

Things are worn and things wear out — socks and rugs; barns and studios. The latest installation at the Arts Center at Duck Creek Farm, “Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing,” is about storytelling: What we reuse, how we repurpose, and how we re-imagine. It is not only Duffy’s current collection of stories, but the entire project of Duck Creek itself that is in conversation with past, present, and future.

Review: Simon Van Booy’s ‘Night Came with Many Stars’

What’s unusual about 46-year-old Simon Van Booy’s award-winning work is his range: short stories, novels, essays, children’s literature, poetry, editing philosophy books — a wide exploration, in different genres, of the sad beauty and beautiful sadness of the human condition.