Arts & Leisure

Big Artists for a Small Town: New venue for Sag Harbor

Within a handful of miles of Sag Harbor’s Main Street, there live an amazing number of renown contemporary artists. But while the work of...

Exhibit Celebrates Southampton Hospital’s First Century

  Way back in 1909, Southampton Hospital officially opened its doors to the public. Prior to its founding, East End residents in need of emergency...

Letters to the Editor May 7, 2009

What They Want   Dear Bryan, On behalf of the Noyac Civic Council I want to comment on the April 23, 2009 article in The Express regarding...

Perlman Party Okayed

The Perlman Music Program’s August Benefit, to be held at the Dusenberry residence on Ferry Road, was approved on Tuesday night by the North...

Two Artists in Sag Harbor: Peter Solow and Joanne Carter

Joanne Williams Carter's painting of an East End farm   "East End Effigies" This weekend, “East End Effigies,” a show featuring the oil and watercolor paintings of...

Obituaries April 30, 2009

Karl “Michael” Kern Karl “Michael” Kern, a professional musician who was familiar to local audiences in and around Sag Harbor in the early 1990s, died...

Letters April 30, 2009

Responsible Budget   Dear Bryan: We would like to commend Dr. Gratto and the Sag Harbor School Board for putting together a budget for the 2009-2010 school...

Restaurant Forges Identity With Music

For drummer Claes Brondal, it has been a difficult time to meet and play with other musicians. There are few opportunities, he said recently,...

At Home in Sag Harbor: Colson Whitehead’s new novel

Colson Whitehead’s novel “Sag Harbor” officially hit the bookstores this past Tuesday, and while there has been a lot of national press lately about...

Shea Keating: Pierson Grad’s Debut Grenning Gallery Show

For regular visitors to the Grenning Gallery (90 Main Street, Sag Harbor) Shea Keating is a familiar face. As the gallery’s manager, she spends...

Sag Harbor Music Program Will Change

Based on the recommendations of an outside consultant, the Sag Harbor School district will revamp their music program in the fall. Pierson principal Jeff...

Restaurant Forges Identity With Music

For drummer Claes Brondal, it has been a difficult time to meet and play with other musicians. There are few opportunities, he said recently,...

Obituaries April 23, 2009

Edward Demarest Parkhouse, Jr. Ned Parkhouse of Sag Harbor died on January 15, 2009. He grew up on a plantation named Stillwood on Liberty...

Sagaponack Moves into New Digs

Champagne and Sagaponack Village Board meetings usually never coincide, but on Monday evening board members had good reason to celebrate at the closing of...

Author, Author! Young writers hone their craft at Stony Brook Southampton

Rehearsals got underway in earnest earlier this week, and as lighting technicians scaled ladders and inserted gels, costuming choices were made and the sound...

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The Northern Long-Eared Bats Have Come Home to Roost

On a recent rainy Sunday visit to Sagg Swamp, it wasn’t the newly emerged patch of skunk cabbage or the flowing spring waters beneath the boardwalk that attracted notice, but rather, a microphone and a small green box attached to a tree just off the path. A sign on the box indicated it was the property of the New York State Department of Conservation (NYSDEC) and that it should not be disturbed.

Tom Clavin’s Wild West Triology Ends in ‘Tombstone’

Tom Clavin’s most recent book, “Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday and the Vendetta Ride from Hell,” was published by St. Martin’s Press on April 21. One impact of the coronavirus on all authors has been the inability to go out on tour. Fortunately, Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor has devised a way for Clavin to talk about his book virtually, via Zoom, and he will do exactly that on Saturday, May 30, at 5 p.m.

HTC Productions Moved to Next Season

Due to Governor Cuomo’s pause restrictions for Suffolk County, and out of consideration for the safety of audiences, volunteers, staff and cast and crew, the Hampton Theatre Company (HTC) has canceled its production of A.R. Gurney’s “Sylvia” which had been tentatively scheduled to open in Quogue on May 21.