Arts & Leisure

Tales From the Turnpike: Photographer offers a community portrait

If there’s anything about life that is consistent, it’s change. Generations come and go, and with them, so does the knowledge of what existed...

Centers Merge to Benefit Youth

In November 2008, Julie Froelich believed the Sag Harbor Youth Center would have to close its doors. The Suffolk County Youth Bureau and other...

East End Thoughts: All for Love

By Richard Gambino “Oh, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!” a love-struck Romeo exclaims when he first sees Juliet at a dance. And...

Letters March 5, 2009

No Need   Dear Bryan, Last Sunday’s glittery Academy Awards ceremony certainly seemed over-the-top enough for me. But on Monday, a New York Times article stated that...

Remembering the Great Depression, Fondly

While the stock market crashed on October 29, 1929, Ruth Brane, nee White, celebrated her ninth birthday at the Lily Pond House Hotel on...

Bridgehampton School Community Works Together in Crisis

By Marianna Levine Finding something positive in a bad situation is always challenging, yet this is what the Bridgehampton School ultimately discovered on the morning...

Centers Merge to Serve Youth

In November 2008, Julie Froelich believed the Sag Harbor Youth Center would have to close its doors. The Suffolk County Youth Bureau and other...

Harvey Jacobs’s Stories: Stranger Than Fiction

For Harvey Jacobs, truth is often stranger than fiction — way stranger. And when it comes to fiction — science fiction that is —...

Don’t Tell Me, Show Me

By Robbie Vorhaus When I trained in karate, I once told my shihan – teacher -- that I was going to earn my black belt. “Don’t...

Films With Green Theme Underscore College’s Mission

By Marianna Levine With movies ranging in subject from butterflies and turtles to building in an eco-friendly way, Stony Brook Southampton’s First Annual Green Film...

John Gratto

The Sag Harbor superintendent of schools on balancing the budget and what the federal stimulus package means to the district. Could you sum up the...

Bulls Head Neighbors: Is Project Too Big or Just Right?

By Marianna Levine There was a lot on the Bridgehampton Citizen’s Advisory Committee’s agenda this past Monday night, but the bulk of the evening focused...

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...

Non-Profits Feel Economic Pinch

Across the board local businesses are hurting from the recession, but perhaps local non-profit organizations are feeling the impact more acutely. With the government...

Struggling Together: Exhibit Looks at Blacks and Whites Fighting for Civil Rights

By Marianna Levine   In honor of Black History month, the Eastville Heritage House on Hampton Road in Sag Harbor will feature an exhibition called “Partners...

Latest Articles

The Resilient: A Band of Brothers Finds Hope in Music

This weekend, the Sag Harbor American Music Festival returns for its 10th season. Among the many acts scheduled to perform during the four-day festival will be The Resilient, a band whose members have overcome enormous odds to not only survive, but thrive through their music.

‘Pump’: Bill Schutt’s New Book Has a Lot Of Heart

You could say that, as an author, Bill Schutt is drawn to unusual subjects. A vertebrate zoologist at the American Museum of Natural History, Schutt has written non-fiction books on several offbeat topics, offering insight and intrigue into the scientific facts of the world around us.

Finding Their Way Back: Spin Doctors to Play Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

On Monday afternoon, Eric Schenkman found himself heading east through western New York, just south of Buffalo, taking in his surroundings on his drive to Brooklyn. “It’s actually really, really beautiful,” he mused. “I’m going through these rolling hills with cornfields.”