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East Hampton Town Effort To Create Vaccination Site Pays Off

Dozens of volunteers from the East Hampton community manned a vaccination site set up by East Hampton Town on Saturday and administered more than 330 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to local firefighters, teachers and essential workers — the farthest east in Suffolk County that the shots have been given out thus far.

Death Toll At Local Nursing Homes Climbs As Calls For Investigation And Checks On...

The true toll of COVID-19 on New York’s nursing homes is becoming clearer as new fatality data are released by New York State.

Parrish Business Council Leads by Example

When Maria Fumai-Dietrich joined the Parrish Art Museum staff, she took one look at the business membership roster and was immediately impressed — and, simultaneously, inspired. The members represented industries across the board, from hospitality, retail and graphic design to architecture, law and real estate. And, in there, she saw unbound potential.

Debbie Geppert Pivots at Bostwick’s Market

By Kelly Ann SmithOne night recently, I was caught without a plan for dinner. A big no-no in the time of COVID-19. Gathering food...

Foodstuffs: Drive Thru Supper Club and Irish Soda Bread

Art of Eating in Bridgehampton welcomes back its socially acceptable EAThampton Drive Thru Supper Club and Hampton Bays Library will host a live cooking demo to make traditional Irish soda bread with caraway seeds and raisins.

On The Hunt For A Local Vaccine, East End Residents Scramble To Make Appointments

The lack of availability of vaccines on the East End has sent local residents on treks far and wide to get shots, embroiling some in conflicts over Long Islanders journeying to Connecticut pharmacies that had shots and leaving others to abandon precious appointments because of weather and logistics.

Chamber Shows “Love” To Sag Harbor Businesses

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its call for membership and plans for 2021, leading with the new “LOVE Sag Harbor” campaign, launched just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day Fun in Southampton

Are you on the hunt for love? Why not make it literal by joining the “Looking for Love Scavenger Hunt” hosted by Southampton Inn and Southampton History Museum?

EXPRESS SESSIONS: The Experts Join The Express News Group To Talk About Vaccines

A panel of local lawmakers and health professionals joined the Express News Group and dozens of virtual attendees of last week’s Express Sessions forum on Thursday, January 25, to explore analyze the frustrating first six weeks of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort in New York and the prospects for shots reaching the East End sooner.

Price Tag Of New Site For Bay Street Theater Was $13 Million

Price Tag Of New Site For Bay Street Theater Was $13 Million

Business Briefs for February 4, 2021

Business Briefs for February 4, 2021

Climate Corner: Get Your Next Car in Green

My 2010 Toyota Corolla is what people politely call a beach car, and impolitely call a piece of … well … they’re just being honest. The exterior is covered in nicks and scrapes. Inside, it looks like I’m always on my way to the dump. It’s the sort of car that you never have to lock, because if someone is desperate enough to steal it, be my guest.

30th Anniversary Season Bay Street Wine Event

Bay Street Theater will host its 30th anniversary Season Kick-Off Benefit on Wednesday, February 24, at 6 p.m. The evening will be presented live, online via Zoom, and will begin with an introduction from Bay Street Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, who will introduce exciting new plans for the upcoming season. Schwartz will then hand it over to Wölffer Estate Vineyard’s master winemaker, Roman Roth, who will lead a wine tasting of three Wölffer wines, all included and sent directly to attendees’ homes.

Foodstuffs: Valentine’s Day Specials for Romantic Dining

Try dining in or takeout options made with love this Valentine's Day.

Halal Cart Saturdays and Superbowl Sunday with L&W Market

L&W Market in Bridgehampton (landwmarket.com, 631-537-1123) is offering “Halal Cart Saturdays.” Order by Saturday at 11 a.m. and pick up at Almond between 5...

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Manager Thierry Balihuta is at Home with the Sag Harbor Cinema

When the newly refurbished Sag Harbor Cinema opens its doors, presumably sometime this spring, and patrons are finally able to settle into the comfortable, brand new seats for a state-of-the-art film experience in one of its three theaters, they just might encounter a familiar face running the place — especially if they have been regular customers of the nearby UPS Store. That’s because Thierry Balihuta, 33, who joined the staff last fall as the cinema’s manager, most recently managed the Sag Harbor UPS Store where he could be relied upon to help customers ship parcels, design brochures or produce marketing materials.

A 1905 Novel for Our Place and Time

My love for local history began when I was archiving the collection at the Sag Harbor Historical Society’s Annie Cooper Boyd House on Main Street. By March 2018, when the Suffolk County Historical Society mounted the Eastville Community Historical Society’s exhibition of tintypes celebrating African Americans and Native Americans, I was compiling a bibliography of local primary resources on Native American history. I wanted to learn as much as I could about the first peoples who lived here. I kept thinking we are all living on stolen land, and I couldn’t reconcile myself to it.

Marine Geologist Pens Tale of Two Lost Ships for Young Adults

They gathered on the dock in the Port Du Cadiz in the south of Spain: three archeologists, two college students, three captains, one cook, one engineer, two scuba divers, one able-bodied seaman and Laurie Zaleski, a marine geologist, who had just signed up for the adventure of a lifetime. The 2004 months-long mission to locate a pair of 200-year-old shipwrecks using multibeam sonar was among the first of its kind. And they were sailing, quite literally, into uncharted waters.