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LongHouse Reserve Opens Season with Rites of Spring

  LongHouse Reserve will open its season on April 35 from 2 to 5 p.m. with Rites of Spring, featuring the work of Kiki Smith,...

Ashram: Art & Architecture’s Lasting Gesture

Architecture is more than the study of blueprints and building specs for Daniel Arsham. It’s a living, breathing thing to be experienced. It’s art.

Where Have All The Monarchs Gone?

By Paige Patterson When I was a child, summer was a time when, if you stood still enough, you could balance a monarch butterfly on...

Natural Pools on the East End

Andrew Leiweke is walking through his “jungle” with his dog Kai. The pair stops at a rock staircase covered in lichen, pausing to sit...

A Christmas Tree Buying Primer

By Emily J. Weitz   The scent on a Christmas tree lot is unmistakable. It conjures up memories of holidays past with the fresh smell of...

Business: A “Lighthouse” to Call Your Own

Designed by the Bridgehampton-based, Barnes Coy Architects, The Lighthouse on the Bay in North Haven Manor offers a modern, shingle style residence, designed with...

A Little Kitchen, A Lot of Friends

Trying to get a table at Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor on most mornings often comes with a wait. Waiting at this little kitchen, however, entails sitting in a garden of local fruits and vegetables, while children explore blueberry bushes or learn to identify basil and green beans while parents sip hot coffee or tea. Once inside, diners feast on what chef and owner Colin Ambrose describes as classic American fare, from Estia’s blueberry pancakes to dishes like Robbie’s Gringo Hash and Isabel’s Request – wholly unique creations named for local residents who love them and who helped define Estia’s Little Kitchen since it was founded in 1998.

A Season of Wellness

By Emily J Weitz   The Urban Zen Summer Wellness series kicked off last weekend with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman discussing the healing powers of...

Endless Pools

By Andrew Rudansky Labor Day is right around the corner, and the summer season is once again coming to a close. The end of the...

Fending Off the Deer

By Claire Walla They may be nice to look at, but for some they’re there to eat. So the story goes here on the East End,...

Furnishing the Great Outdoors

By Emily J. Weitz For over a hundred years, Dodds and Eder has been in the business of serving Long Islanders what they need. But...

Unlimited Earth Care: Working With the Environment

By Emily J. Weitz It used to be that only people who chose to live in the woods wrangled with the presence of deer in...

New Businesses: Welcome to Sag Harbor!

By Emily J. Weitz Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of a long summer of trips to the farm stands, afternoons at the beach, and...

The Bali Connection at the Furniture Garden

By Emily J Weitz Zooming down 27, heading east, there’s a little patch of Zen that breaks up the frenzy. A reclining Buddha, a massive Ganesh,...

Kayaks Made to Order

By Emily J Weitz Dereyk Patterson has been making a living with his hands for a long time, but now he’s taking it to...

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Kevin McConville built his doubles teams during the last two seasons with the hope of sweeping three matches and stealing one at singles when it mattered most.

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S. Sgt. Edwin R. Bill: Tennessee Mountain Proved More Deadly Than 38 B-17 Missions

Memorial Day is about remembering those men and women who gave their lives for their country, including those whom time is beginning to erase from living memory.One was Edwin Woodruff Bill, a descendant of whaling captains on both sides of his family tree who was born and raised in Sag Harbor.