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Business: Eateries Down with Love, Albertson Realty Expands

For foodies, nothing kills the Valentine’s Day mood quite like a box of chocolates from the picked-over drugstore candy aisle. But don’t worry. This February 14, the East End has sweethearts covered — just don’t forget to make a reservation.

Shop: Gift the Natural Aphrodisiac

Ever wonder why oysters have a reputation as an aphrodisiac? Blame it on Italian lothario and adventurer Giacomo Casanova.

Sag Harbor’s La Superica May Rise Again with New Owners

The co-owners of Sen Restaurant are part of a group of entrepreneurs who are taking over the former La Superica space for a new Latin fusion restaurant that they hope to operate under the same familiar name.

Sag Harbor Post Office Plans Quicker System for Parcel Pick-Ups

To speed the delivery of parcels to regular customers with postal boxes, the Sag Harbor Post Office will be installing 66 lock boxes in seven free-standings units later this winter under the windows along the north wall of the postal box lobby.

New Activity Workshop for Kids Rolls Into Sag Harbor

Last week, Angela De Vincenzo and Jeff Mayer opened the doors on Blocks, Trucks + Art, a brick-and-mortar activity studio for kids on Sag Harbor’s Washington Street.

House: An Architect’s Home

Located at 659 Hill Street in Southampton Village, the architect’s own home has hit the market for just shy of $3 million, represented by Priscilla Garston of Douglas Elliman.

Navigating the Fast-Paced Evolution of Technology at GeekHampton in Sag Harbor

Navigating the fast-paced evolution of home tech, Sheryl Heller and Mike Avery of GeekHampton in Sag Harbor help consumers understand not only what is trending, but how to make tech for work them.

Business: Skolnick To Design New Visitor Center, Fourth Quarter Numbers, and Beyond

Architect Lee Skolnick’s latest project is an ocean away from his home in Sag Harbor — a site covered in 4th- to 6th-century mosaics, a place under consideration to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Breathe: No Excuse Not to Reboot

To the New Year’s resolution-makers who are in the gym every day, good work. But for those of us — let’s face it: most of us — who are falling short, Hamptons Gym Corp. is here to pick up the slack.

Outfitting for the Season at Flying Point

Those with a penchant for the outdoors are particularly critical of winter wear, especially when the East End’s icy shorelines are part of the landscape.

Business: Belgian Beer at Lulu, Craft Beer at Indian Wells, Romance at Baker House

Without a doubt, Belgian beer has a very distinct taste and presentation, unlike anything from Germany, Ireland or the United States.

Tutto il Giorno Brings a Farm-to-Table Southern Italian Kitchen to Sag Harbor

There’s a familiar simplicity to the experience at Tutto il Giorno. A literal inspiration of southern Italy, the concept is fresh, local, and uncomplicated Mediterranean cuisine in a space that is warm, inviting, and celebrates the famed family values of the culture.

Business: Chili Cook Off, Union Burger Bar, Brunch at Clubhouse, Tunes and Brews at...

Townline BBQ’s “Bands, Brews and BBQ” series is back, with Lynn Blue up next on January 18 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Dish: Pasta Night at Cittanuova

At any Italian restaurant, there is nothing better than Pasta Night — and Cittanuova knows it.

Business: Provisions Screens ‘Drawdown,’ VA Medical Center Expands

Provisions Natural Foods Market and Café, at the corner of Bay and Division Streets in Sag Harbor, will host a screening and discussion of the film, “Drawndown,” on January 13 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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School board elections in the Bridgehampton School District have largely been uncontested in recent years. That is not the case this year.

Editorial: Full Charge Ahead

The East Hampton Town Board is considering a second proposal by the Tesla company to install an electric vehicle charging station — at no cost to taxpayers.

Editorial: Many Hands

The new leaders of the Sag Harbor Whalers understandably have a difficult time separating the collegiate league from the children who use the park on a more regular basis.