Sag Harbor Cinema Will Offer Employees Housing

Sag Harbor Cinema Will Offer Employees Housing

Sag Harbor Real Estate Shuffle Continues As Bank Building Sold

The commercial real estate shuffle in Sag Harbor continues with the recent sale of the former Suffolk County National Bank building, which is now home to People’s United Bank, to a group of investors led by Rose Cheng.

Sag Harbor Shop Owner Raises Funds for People in Afghanistan

Sag Harbor Shop Owner Raises Funds for People in Afghanistan

Cannabis Expo Brings The Heads And Financiers Together

The grounds behind The Clubhouse restaurant and bar in Wainscott were packed with people attending the annual Hampton Cannabis Expo 2021, on Sunday, testimony to the growing interest in business opportunities in a sector that 50 years ago would have been dismissed as literally nothing more than a pipe dream.

Taking The Ferry To Shelter Island? Leave A Little Earlier Than Normal

Clifford Clark, the owner of the South Ferry, which links Shelter Island to North Haven, has advised travelers using the service to prepare for delays, especially during morning and evening rush hours and on weekends through Labor Day.

RoveLoop Shuttle Launched In Sag Harbor, East Hampton, and Montauk

RoveLoop, a new, environmentally-friendly, short-distance shuttle serving the village, eliminates that problem. And for now, at least, thanks to a sponsorship agreement with Optimum, the East End’s cable service, passengers who use the app-based service get to ride for free.

Lil’ Birdie Opens in Sag Harbor

Located off Division Street in Sag Harbor, Lil’ Birdie offers all natural and organic homemade fried chicken, grilled chicken, and falafel sandwiches with a unique selection of sauces at an affordable price.

Sag Harbor Cinema’s Executive Director Resigns

Less than a year after his hiring, and just weeks after the Memorial Day weekend grand opening of the Sag Harbor Cinema, Executive Director Jamie Hook has resigned to “pursue other interests.”

99 Walks Grows From 280 To 15,000 Users In Two Years

Since its launch, 99 Walks has incorporated a selection of walking classes that members can tune in to, each with a different theme, taught by a team of skilled coaches. The app currently has users in every single state in the country, and a handful of users in Canada.

Sag Harbor’s Yoga Shanti Survives Pandemic, Reopens Its Doors

Although a few months ago it appeared as if it would close for good, Sag Harbor yoga studio Yoga Shanti recently reopened its doors on Memorial Day weekend.

Online Brand, Sag Harbor Charm, Focuses On Beach Themed Merchandise And Art

Sag Harbor Charm sells everything from beach towels to espadrilles to tote bags, all with a distinct blue whale’s tail logo.

Worker Shortage Shutters Some Businesses, Delays ‘Summer’ At Many

This summer, the nationwide labor shortage has emerged as a new threat to their financial solvency that has forced many, especially those east of the Shinnecock Canal, to keep their shops and restaurants closed on days when customers would otherwise be lined up out the door.

Terrie Sultan and Robin Nicholson Form New Entity to Assist Arts Organizations

In a move reflecting the challenges that art museums face in the post-COVID world, two former art museum directors, Terrie Sultan and Robin Nicholson, are partnering with consultants Hudson Ferris to form a new entity — Art Museum Strategies @ Hudson Ferris.

Nelson + Pope Add To Its Team; Fitness Collaborative Launches in Bridgehampton

Nelson + Pope Add To Its Team; Fitness Collaborative Launches in Bridgehampton

Express News Group Wins 43 Awards Including Newspaper of the Year

The Express News Group, which also publishes the western edition of The Southampton Press, The East Hampton Press, The Sag Harbor Express, The Express Magazine, and, won a total of 43 awards in the annual New York Press Association (NYPA) Better Newspaper Contest, which was judged this year by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association.

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27Speaks: Looking Up; Birding On The East End In The Wake Of Climate Change

This week, the panel is joined by veteran journalist and former Sag Harbor Express Publisher Bryan Boyhan for a discussion abut an article he wrote about birding on the East End in the wake of changes caused by climate change.

A Shift in Winter Bird Populations Seen as Climate and Habitat Change

From a distance of several hundred yards, all you can clearly see, even with binoculars, is the flush of white from the breast and a speck of black. Then the bird cocks its head down, breaking the surface of the water, tips forward and disappears.

John Jermain Librarian Wins Diversity Internship

Nancy Myers, 33, met Catherine Creedon, the former director of the John Jermain Memorial Library, when she was a patron and the library was in its temporary quarters on West Water Street during a major renovation.