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Neighboring Landowners Object As Sagaponack Farm Proposes Deer Fence

Neighboring Landowners Object As Sagaponack Farm Proposes Deer Fence

Newsday Investigation Finds Some Long Island Real Estate Agents Engaged In Discriminatory Practices

A three-year Newsday investigation into how real estate agents on Long Island serve homebuyers of different races found that in 40 percent of undercover tests, the evidence suggested that minorities were subject to discrimination.

Peter Matthiessen’s Former Sagaponack Home Could Become Center For Writing, Conservation, Zen

Peter Matthiessen's Former Sagaponack Home Could Become Center For Writing, Conservation, Zen

Buddhism Continues to Grow on the South Fork

Ocean Zendo is one of several year-round Buddhism practices on the East End

We Don’t Need Thanksgiving to Be Talking Turkey Around Here

Nobody on eastern Long Island needs Thanksgiving and the arrival of the holiday season to be thinking about turkeys.

Holiday Cheer at the Whaling Museum

The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum is gearing up for its 6th annual Holiday & Cocktail Fundraiser which will be held Saturday, December 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Dish: Oodles of Noodles at Sen

At Sen, “Oodles of Noodles” mean business.

Business Briefs: Fall Menu Items at Lulu, Healthy Holidays at White’s

New Fall Menu Items at Lulu Kitchen and Bar  Lulu Kitchen and Bar has stepped up its menu this fall, centering on the same wood-burning...

Coche Comedor Adds Brunch to its Menu

If you were impressed by Coche Comedor’s summertime roll out, with its colorful aesthetic and captivating food, you’ll be doubly impressed by what’s coming...

For The Other Kind Of Leftovers

Like many cooks, I often make too much food for Thanksgiving, which I then pack up and give to my guests, because I’ve been...

East Hampton Airport Future Is Unclear In Call For Study

The East Hampton Town Board has backed away from what was expected to be a costly and time-consuming effort to convince the Federal Aviation Administration that the town should be allowed to impose new restrictions on flights at East Hampton Airport.

Breathe: Live Well and Retreat

When Lisa Zaloga and Heidi Humes of ZalogaYoga host their “Live Well” retreats, they have a mission: to encourage people to be better humans and better travelers.

Mueth Brings Acting Classes to Hampton Ballet Theatre School

This fall, Bridgehampton’s Hampton Ballet Theatre School has added a new program to their roster. In addition to contemporary dance, ballet, tap, hip-hop, and pointe, the school is now offering acting for two different age groups. The eight-week course began during the first week of November. The first course of 2020 begins the week of January 20.

Business Briefs: Baker House Honored, Thanksgiving by Art of Eating & Make Your Own...

The Baker House 1650 has added yet another award to its metaphorical mantel: the 2020 Condé Nast Johansens Award for Excellence in the “Best Service” category.

Business Briefs: Elkin Recognized, Frenso Wine Dinner, Tarbet Expands

Bridget Elkin, a Greenport-based real estate advisor with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, recently received the Outstanding Rookie award from LuxuryRealEstate.com — a national recognition presented annually to an agent with less than five years of experience in real estate “who has exceeded all expectations,” according to a press release.

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Future of North Haven’s 4-Poster Tick-Killing Program Up for Discussion

The mayor of the only municipality in the region besides Shelter Island that deploys 4-poster feeding stations to kill ticks on deer this week...

Village Board Supports Bond to Bring Electricity to Long Wharf

The Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday night voted 4-0 to adopt a bond resolution in the amount of $550,000 to finance the installation of electrical service on docks and piers on Long Wharf as a part of the ongoing renovation of that facility.

Sag Harbor School Board Agrees to Honor Former Principal, Robert Schneider

A large, brass plaque hangs in the entryway of Pierson Middle-High School, recognizing the successful completion in 2003 of the largest expansion and renovation project in the district’s history. But the plaque, which lists the names of architects, construction managers, Superintendents Dr. John Barnes and Kathryn Holden, board of education members and faculty involved with the planning, design and construction, has one important name missing: former Pierson High School principal, the late Robert Schneider.