In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about East End restaurants, how they survived the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how they hope to fare in the weeks and months to come.
Sag Harbor Bookstore Canio's To Celebrate 40th Birthday
But on the South Fork at least, after a summer that saw very few rainy days, crowds that did not seem to ebb and flow with the passing of weekends and a gradual easing of both fears about the spread of the virus and the restrictions protecting against it, concerns have eased for some.
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But in the age of COVID-19, an autumn trip to the farm will not be as simple as it used to be, although guidance recently issued by the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo aims to clarify the steps that need to be taken.
Mr. Decker is selling franchises to his latest fitness idea: a mobile gym — AWAT stands for All Weather, All Terrain — that comes to your driveway or a nearby park.
The county executive was in Southampton on Thursday, August 27, to discuss the booming tourism industry in the Hamptons and the hope that it would be extended beyond the summer.
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.
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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 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.
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.
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.
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.