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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...

‘Tis the Season (of Lights)

by Marissa Maier There is no official, government-approved timeline for the holiday season. For some the interval begins once radio stations start to play “Jingle...

Romancing the Harbor: Local Girl Brings in a Little Retail Love

By Marissa Maier Dawn Berkoski, a Sag Harbor native, is intent on bringing some romance back to her hometown. No, she isn't going to serenade...

Marders: Purveyors of Ideas and Greenery

by Andrew Rudansky When Charles Marder started his first business, selling eggs out of his parent’s home, he was just five years old. When he...

The Whalebone Returns Rejuvenated

By Andrew Rudansky It has been a year and a half since The Whalebone in Noyac has last been open for business. The general store...

New Life on Main Street

By Marissa Maier No matter the season Sag Harbor Village is often bustling with activity and the commercial hub of the village is mainly populated...

Designing With Water

By Marianna Levine Ray Smith and Associate’s aqua garden designer, Ed Drohan is so enthusiastic about his work that he relates his wife has been...

Unlimited Earthcare: Inspiration From Nature

By Marianna Levine Frederico Azevedo, award-winning designer and owner of Unlimited Earth Care in Bridgehampton, may live and design in the Hamptons, but his aesthetic...

The Five & Dime, Where Easter is a Family Affair

By Kathryn G. Menu When customers walk into the iconic Variety Store on Sag Harbor’s Main Street this week, they will find themselves surrounded by...

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Myles Proctor had been scuffling at the plate prior to a key at bat in the top of the 12th inning of Thursday’s wild...

Stephanie Bitis Sentenced To 15 Months For Defrauding Employer Of More Than $300,000

U.S. District Judge Gary R. Brown said he considered Ms. Bitis’s service to the community and the support of her friends, family and current employer and the efforts that she has made so far toward restitution, but considering the “significant magnitude” of the crime plus the fact that she had engaged in similar behavior before, an “incarceratory sentence” was warranted.

Before The Dots: Exploring Roy Lichtenstein’s Early Years at the Parrish

Both inside and outside of the art world, Roy Lichtenstein is a household name, widely recognized as one of the pioneers of Pop Art. The prevailing narrative has been that Lichtenstein came out of nowhere when he burst onto the Pop Art scene in 1961, rising to prominence along with other household names like Andy Warhol. But the truth is that Lichtenstein was a well-established artist with an impressive body of work long before delving into the art form that would make him famous.