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Saidman Announces Annual Women’s Yoga Retreat

For Colleen Saidman Yee, the Menla Mountain Retreat Center is a taste of Tibet in the Catskill Mountains — and a place for women. At...

Master Classes at SilichCore

SilichCore is loading up on master classes.

Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group Acquires Long Island Bone & Joint Practice

The Merrick-based Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group has expanded its reach eastward by recently acquiring Long Island Bone & Joint LLP, an independent practice...

W Restaurant Program Keeps You on the Diet … Even on the Go

Understanding the modern consumer doesn’t have the time, or desire, to cook every meal every day, the Wellness Foundation instituted the W Restaurant Program to help Wellness Challenge 360 participants dine without worry. Since its inception five years ago, the program has grown to include more than 15 South Fork locations and counting.

Date Night, Dancehampton Style

For all the parents out there, Anita Boyer and Joe Pallister have date night under control.

Stony Brook Hospitals Earn ‘Get With The Guidelines Target’ Recognition

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital recently received the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Gold Plus Quality...

Riding the Waves Powered by Electric

A group of three paddleboarders watched in astonishment as William Graham and Kieran McGuire were raised about 2 feet above the water on their Lift eFoils in Northwest Harbor.

Matriark: Equality Through Commerce and Community

Inspired by female leaders around the globe and rooted in local community, Matriark was designed to advance women’s equality through commerce and community.

Art for All INstore

Tucked away in the heart of East Hampton, LongHouse Reserve exemplifies what it means to live with art in all forms.

Business: New Wave of Discounts at Main Beach Surf, Southampton Chamber, Discover The Hamptons

Main Beach Surf and Sport, located at 352 Montauk Highway in Wainscott, is continuing its moving sale with even more added discounts.

Business: ‘Ride for Sean,’ Navy Beach Supports SEAL Foundation, Facials at Baker House

“Ride for Sean,” a one-day charity ride to benefit Sean Grismer’s recovery from a serious injury, raised over $16,000 at the Hamptons Gym Corp. Southampton location.

Embracing the Outdoors in The Garden at Water Mill

The recently opened Garden at Water Mill fills a hole in the hamlet’s dining scene.

Verneuille Named Executive Vice President of The First National Bank

Janet T. Verneuille, a resident of Sag Harbor, recently brought her 30-plus years of banking experience to The First National Bank of Long Island.

Business: Late Nights and Pizza at Claudio’s, Golden Goose Settles In, Picnics at Duryea’s

Since Claudio’s Restaurant opened its doors earlier this season, the Greenport staple has an undeniably fresh look and feel.

The Gardens of Frederico Azevedo Featured in New Book

Landscape designer Frederico Azevedo approaches his bold “outdoor rooms” with the memories of his childhood in Brazil.

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State Grant Awarded for Havens Beach Drainage and Filter Improvements

The Village of Sag Harbor has received a State and Municipal Facilities Program grant of $125,000 to pay for most of the long-planned Havens Beach drainage and filter improvement project, on which work should get underway late this fall,

Eating What You Love: The Credo for Mile-a-Minute Weevils

Mile-a-Minute weevils live to eat Mile-a-Minute weed, an especially aggressive invasive species from Asia that is popping up all over the region. The Village of North Haven last year bought 500 of them at $1 each from an agricultural lab in New Jersey to suppress a patch of the fast-growing vine behind Village Hall. Like the weed they love to eat, the weevils are transplants from Asia.

Violations Don’t Mean Lots of Vessels Are Spewing Septic Waste, Harbormaster Says

The 53-percent non-compliance rate the Sag Harbor harbormaster found in July is no indication of the proportion of vessels that might be illegally discharging sewage into local waters, he said during an interview in his office overlooking the harbor later in the week.