Theater

Collector’s Craze: Functional to frivolous, it’s a matter of passion

Many of us have collected something at one time or another in our lives. From baseball cards and string to comic books or dolls,...

Kahmic Genius: Enlighten up with Yogi G

Looking for a little inner peace? Hoping for some enlightenment along the way? Or maybe you’re just curious about exploring a past life or...

East End Digest – October 9

Bridgehampton Student Honored On September 18, Bridgehampton School senior Pablo Londono was awarded the 2008 County Executive Achievement Award. This award recognizes students who have...

Celebrities Funnier Than They Thought: Autobiographies are ripe material

Let’s face it. America, on the whole, appears to be a celebrity obsessed culture. From the success of TV shows and bio-pics to tell...

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...

East End Digest – September 18

Celebrating Local Ecology On The Greenbelt On Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. will mark the 10th Annual Long Pond Greenbelt Celebration...

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...

Keeping Them Laughing One More Weekend

by Raphael Odell Shapiro  Caroline’s. The Improv. The Laugh Factory. Bay Street? For five summers now the Bay Street Theatre on the Long Wharf in...

Letters August 28

A Nourishing Place   To the Editor, So sad to read that there doesn’t seem to be a buyer for the Sag Harbor cinema. Sag Harbor is...

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...

Real Life Courtroom Drama Turned Into a Farce

By Raphael Odell Shapiro  Starting tonight at 8 p.m. the First Presbyterian Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor will be transformed into a courtroom, thanks...

Letters to the Editor August 21

­Further Discussion of School   Dear Bryan, A democracy is more than a form of government; its is primarily a form of associative living… John Dewey, 1916   John Dewey...

Gary Kalish

The 1997 Pierson graduate, and new Pierson Assistant Principal, talks about what brought him back to the Harbor.   So what have you been up to...

Harlem In the Hamptons

Gladys B. Barnes kept disappearing into Beryl Banks’ living room and returning with more pictures. She put an old, black and white photo of...

Historic Cinema Has $12 Million Price Tag

Two weeks ago, owner Gerald Mallow confirmed the Sag Harbor Cinema, one of the village’s most iconic facades and businesses, is for sale, and...

Latest Articles

Sag Harbor Cinema Screens Keaton Classic

The next installment of Sag Harbor Cinema’s “Here Comes the Cinema!” is “The Cameraman,” a 1928 film directed by Edward Sedgwick and Buster Keaton, which will be screened on Sunday, February 2, at 2 p.m. at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Writer and director Mary Harron will lead a post-screening discussion.

Meet Chef George Hirsch, If He Can Do It, You Can Do It

Maybe you’ve seen Chef George Hirsch while you’re out and about on the East End. You might have caught him at a farm stand chatting up a grower, or discussing wine production at a local vineyard, or even cooking up a recipe on a grill somewhere near the water. It’s all done for the filming of George Hirsch Lifestyle, his long-running PBS television series which is about combining good food with good living.

Student Artists Consider the Role of Water in Their Lives and Art

Every winter, for almost three decades, Guild Hall has turned over its galleries to 2,000 painters, drawers, sculptors, photographers, mixed media and digital visionaries — none over the age of 18 — for its annual Student Art Festival. This year, for the first time in its 28-year-history, the work in the show all speaks to a theme, “Made by Water,” which is a reflection of the community and the landscape.