Music

Northern Exposure: Bringing the work of southern artists to Sag Harbor

After Hurricane Katrina roared through Louisiana in 2005, David Ebner was at a loss as to what to do next. Ebner, a Baton Rouge...

Old Time Music for the Parlor

There was a time in our not so recent history when a question for most people was not, “do you play an instrument?” but...

Rally in the Rain

The Bridgehampton Historical Society’s 16th Annual Vintage Car Road Rally went forward “rain or shine” just as promised – and rain it did! Of...

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....

Latest Articles

Jeremy Dennis Uses Art to Raise Political and Social Awareness

Last June, artist Jeremy Dennis, a member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, moved into his newly renovated ancestral home on the Shinnecock Territory and in August, welcomed Yanyan Huang, the first artist to participate in what is known as Ma’s House, a residency program named for his late grandmother that welcomes Indigenous and artists of color to spend time making work on-site.

Colm Rowan Fine Art’s Winter Gallery Show Warms Dark Days

Sometimes it’s the unlikeliest combinations that produce the best things. Whether it’s unexpected flavors working in concert or contrasting colors playing off each other, disunion can be its own kind of union. Colm Rowan Fine Art’s Winter Gallery Show in East Hampton embraces this philosophy, presenting a total mix of artists in its new show.

Julie Wilcox’s ‘The Win-Win Diet’ Highlights Healthy Living in the New Year

It’s January, so you know what that means. Time to realign those priorities and kick all the bad habits to the curb that we’ve spent years cultivating — especially what we eat. Diet. On its surface, it’s a word that Julie Wilcox is not particularly fond of, given its association at this time of year with New Year’s resolutions and the deprivation of culinary enjoyment.