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Sweet Solution in Tough Times Thanks to Pastry Chef Jessica Craig

Not long ago, Jessica Craig had a lot of chocolate in her life — 25 pounds of it to be exact. And in recent months, she’s made it her mission to turn it into something good, both literally and figuratively.

Chocolate Pudding Made by Pastry Chef Jessica Craig

Hungry for some chocolate? Try this chocolate pudding recipe by Almond's pastry chef Jessica Craig

Hampton Bays, Riverhead Declared ‘Yellow Zone’ Clusters By State; East Hampton Sees Highest Weekly...

The coronavirus pandemic surged across the South Fork this week, with East Hampton Town recording its largest weekly increase in new cases yet, and portions of the region landing in the state’s microcluster zone protocols.

Meet Visionary Vanessa Price

Visionaries 2020 is a series of intimate gatherings hosted by East Hampton’s Guild Hall that introduces innovators and their personal stories of success. The next program, on Friday, December 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. will feature Vanessa Price who will share her deep passion for wine and her journey to the top of the industry.

Enjoy a Socially Distanced ‘A Christmas Carol’ Dinner Theater on the North Fork

Vanessa Leuck, Ethan Popp and Broadway on the North Fork will produce an all-new, one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” to play an immersive, socially-distant run at Greenport’s First and South Restaurant & Bar this holiday season.

Author Elaine Pagels Discusses ‘Why Religion?’

On Saturday, December 5, at 4 p.m., St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton will host an event with Elaine Pagels, author of numerous best-selling books about religion. Her most recent book, “Why Religion? A Personal Memoir,” is a departure from her earlier writings and one in which she tells her own story, and why she loves investigating the history of religion.

Climate Corner: Planet Full Of Leftovers

My favorite moment returning home to Sag Harbor after renting our house out has always been discovering Renter Food, the massive amount of stuff left behind that I’d never think to buy, but was happy to find (Cha-Ching!). This was our junk food Christmas.

Foodstuffs: This Year, Leave Thanksgiving to the Pros

If you’re not in the mood to cook the full Thanksgiving dinner this year (or are limiting the number of relatives that you’ll be gathering with), here are some options for having an alternative Turkey Day feast where you can eat in or get dinner to go while also supporting local businesses.

East Hampton Historical Society Offers a Socially Distanced Yuletide

The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired holiday fanatics across the globe to decorate early, taking the “Christmas in July” phenomenon to a whole new level, from stringing lights and hanging up stockings to fully decking the halls — going so far as to set up trees that might not even make it to Christmas.

Travelers Book Club

Since it will be a while before any of us can do much traveling, The Montauk Library has announced a new virtual “Armchair Travel Book Club.” The

COVID Infections Spiking, County Warns Of ‘Serious Consequences’ For Party Hosts Over Holidays

COVID Infections Spiking, County Warns Of 'Serious Consequences' For Party Hosts Over Holidays

Halloween Spike, ‘Fatigue’ Spurs Concern About A New Infection Wave

Cases of COVID-19 in Suffolk County, and locally, have been on a steady uptick in the last two weeks, and spiked over the last three days to levels not seen since May, in what Suffolk County health officials say they suspect reflects the spread of coronavirus at Halloween parties.

East Hampton, The Last Hope For A Robust Scallop Harvest, Proves Unspared From Scarcity

Cooler waters and fewer blooms of murderous algae do not seem to have spared East Hampton waters from the disastrous bay scallop harvest that is being experienced in the western portions of the Peconic Estuary.

Citarella Now Offers Thanksgiving, Grocery Delivery Service

After a tumultuous summer, Citarella unveiled a new delivery service last week, which will cover both Thanksgiving dinner orders and everyday groceries.

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

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Sag Harbor Wins Lawsuit Challenging Wetlands Permit

A New York State Supreme Court justice, in a decision issued November 25, upheld the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee’s decision to deny a wetlands permit for a swimming pool near wetlands at a house at 36 Fordham Street.

Fans Say Sag Harbor Postal Clerk Always Delivered

Rose Daniels, who retired this week after a 33-year career as a postal clerk — with most of that time spent in her adopted hometown of Sag Harbor — has little trouble naming her favorite stamp.

East End Clergy Brace for Restricted Holiday Season

East End Clergy Brace for Restricted Holiday Season