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With A Nationwide Blood Shortage, Now Is The Time To Donate

The Red Cross in a recent release called it “a national blood crisis” as the country sees its worst shortage in more than a decade. Here on the East End, at least eight blood drives are scheduled over the next month.

New Banners Urge Continued COVID-19 Vigilance In Sag Harbor

New public service announcement banners have appeared on Main Street in Sag Harbor urging residents and visitors alike to continue to take precautions against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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.

Sustainable Living: Good Cow. Bad Cow.

There’s this recurring nightmare I had as a child where the McDonald’s “Hamburglar,” staple of 1970s TV commercials, breaks into our house and steals all our hamburgers. It was only a dream, but for some of us omnivores, a burger-less existence really would be a nightmare.

COVID Superstorm Sweeps Across Region, But Hospitals See Fewer Severe Cases, Thanks To Vaccines

COVID Superstorm Sweeps Across Region, But Hospitals See Fewer Severe Cases, Thanks To Vaccines

Those With Booster Shots Have Little To Worry About, County Official Says, Even As...

Those With Booster Shots Have Little To Worry About, County Official Says, Even As Case Numbers Rise To Record Levels

Foodstuffs: Almond’s New Chef, Winter Specials and New Year’s Fun

Jason Weiner, executive chef and co-owner of Almond Restaurant has announced a new member to his culinary team, Andrew Mahoney who has joined the restaurant as its new Chef de Cuisine.

New Year’s Eve Dinner and a Show with Cristina Fontanelli

The holiday season has arrived with the new year right around the corner. This season, Claude’s Restaurant at the Southampton Inn is offering awe-inspiring throwback dinner theater shows to close out 2021. 

North Fork Table & Inn’s New Menu

North Fork Table & Inn is introducing a new multi-tier dining experience. Known for its acclaimed prix fixe menu, the restaurant will be rolling out three new menus unique to specific areas of the restaurant — a departure from anything they’ve done in the past.

Foodstuffs: A New Lobster Roll , Baron’s Cove Christmas, Holiday Hams and Celebrating Seven...

On Friday, December 9, Lobster Roll, the iconic seasonal shack also known as LUNCH on the Napeague stretch, opened a second location at 32 Montauk Highway in Southampton. This is the latest addition to Lobster Roll’s legacy and the restaurant’s first year round location. The restaurant is housed in the space previously occupied by the Silver Lining Diner.

The Story Of Scrooge Returns to Greenport as a Dinner Theater Experience

It’s a festive, chilling and popular tale that has been told every year since it was written by Charles Dickens in 1843 — the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. And for the second year in a row, “A Christmas Carol” is being presented at Greenport’s First and South Bar & Restaurant as a holiday experience, featuring dinner and one-man show starring professional performer Scott H. Severance.

Dinner and a Show with Pianist Konstantin Soukhovetski

Back by popular demand, celebrated international pianist and composer, and Juilliard alumni and teacher, Konstantin Soukhovetski, returns to Claude’s Restaurant in Southampton for a dinner and a show on Friday, December 17.

A Vintage Wonderland In Bridgehampton To Close Its Doors

But come the end of the year, Brian Ramaekers and Barbara Trujillo, who have shared the space for 35 years, will close the doors — leaving Bridgehampton without a single antiques dealer on its Main Street.

American Hotel Barman’s ‘One Millionth Drink,’ A Martini, Raises A Bundle For Local Food...

American Hotel Barman's 'One Millionth Drink,' A Martini, Raises A Bundle For Local Food Pantry

Jump In Hospitalizations Seen Locally, But New Treatments, More Vaccines Are Helping

Coronavirus infections and hospitalizations have increased steadily across New York State and especially in Suffolk County since the week of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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