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Express News Group Scores Well In State’s Biggest Community Newspaper Contest

The Express News Group took home more points than any other outlet in the 2019 New York Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, which was delayed five months and held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Business Briefs for August 27, 2020

Business Briefs for August 27, 2020

State Suspends 75 Main’s Liquor License For Violations Of COVID Guidelines

The New York State Liquor Authority this weekend suspended the liquor license of 75 Main on Main Street in Southampton Village, following numerous violations of the state’s requirements for reopening following closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Local Law Enforcement Leaders Stick Up For Montauk Brewing Company

Local law enforcement leaders this week came to the defense of the Montauk Brewing Company, after the small brewery became the target of a Facebook page calling for a boycott of the company’s products over a chalkboard message from June expressing support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: August 13 Edition

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk to a group of dedicated young journalism interns who volunteered their time this spring and summer to work for the newspaper group in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

EXPRESS SESSIONS: Real Estate Professionals Look Forward To Three-Year Positive Sales Trend

Industry professionals at an Express Sessions event last Thursday, August 6, said homes in the Hamptons were going like hotcakes, and they didn’t expect the surge to go away anytime soon — with some speculating that the market had entered a positive three-year cycle.

Coronavirus Causes Shortage Of U.S. Coins; Banks, Officials Try To Compensate

As COVID-19 spread across the United States and shut down many businesses, the circulation of coins has declined significantly. However, when the nation’s businesses reopened, the demand for coins exceeded the available supply.

Business Briefs for August 13, 2019

Business Briefs for August 13, 2019

The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: August 6 Edition

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about the East End real estate market, which has seen a boom following the global COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss the effects of a growing population on the community and question whether the changes will be permanent. The discussion highlights a virtual Express Sessions forum held this week on the real estate industry.

Yoga Shanti Offers Daily Classes At Mashashimuet Park

Yoga Shanti is working hard to help individuals connect with themselves, even if New York’s social distancing guidelines prevent it from connecting with each other. The Sag-Harbor-based yoga studio is holding daily outdoor yoga classes from 9 to 10 a.m., rain or shine, in Mashashimuet Park.

East Hampton Fitness Studio Falls Victim To COVID-19 Closures

East Hamtpon Fitness Studio Falls Victim To COVID-19 Closures

The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum Opens Outdoor Exhibits

The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum Opens Outdoor Exhibits

Shinnecock Will Begin Construction On Marijuana Dispensary Next Week, With Giant Cultivation Operation On...

The Shinnecock Nation expects to begin construction next week on its long-planned medical marijuana dispensary and wellness center on Montauk Highway, the first step in what the tribe and its business partners hope will be multi-pronged economic venture that will generate tens of millions of dollars for the tribe and could make it a major wholesaler of cannabis products statewide.

Trump’s Visa Ban A ‘Nightmare’ for Local Restaurants

Visa programs for foreign workers, indispensable to the seasonal and demanding East End hospitality industry, were banned by President Donald Trump, leaving area restaurants short-staffed and scrambling to fill positions.

CPF Eyes Water Street Shops Property For Sale In Sag Harbor

The Water Street Shops property in Sag Harbor Village hit the market this week, and one of the interested buyers is the Southampton Town Community Preservation Fund.

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Remembering The Free Life 50 Years Later

They would float up the coast to Maine. There, they would catch the westerlies that would blow them the 2,500 miles to Europe. Up there, in the beauty and the silence, you hear the true noise of the sea coming up at you. There was plenty of food on board, stocked with salamis and cheeses — fatty food to keep them warm and filled — water, Champagne for celebrating, of course, plus some emergency supplies. But it turns out the crew of The Free Life, a seven-story high Roziére balloon that lifted off from a field in Springs 50 years ago this week, would not need it.

A Father Shares Advice: In his Book, Richie Jackson offers a Road Map...

At the age of 15, when Jackson Foo Wong came out and told his parents that he was gay, his father, Richie Jackson, a TV and theater producer based in New York City, couldn’t have been more delighted. That’s because for Jackson, being gay had long been an important defining feature of his own life.

‘Fathers and Daughters’ Focus of BCK Exhibition

The BCK Fine Arts Gallery in Montauk presents its next exhibition, “Fathers and Daughters,” from September 16 to October 7. This group exhibition consists of the paintings of two men, Albert Kresch and Leland Bell, who met in New York City in the early 1940s. Accompanying these are the works of their daughters, Temma Bell and Elizabeth Kresch. Born decades apart, these two women followed the career paths shared by both their fathers and mothers.