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Creatures of the Night at Mashomack

When the sun goes down, they come out to play — owls, snakes, geckos, bats, tarantulas and even leopards, to name a few.

Qigong Grandmaster Coming to Amagansett

Sandra Geehring Foster, owner and operator of SGF Acupuncture in Amagansett, has been collaborating with Master Ou for the last five years.

Sailing “Club” Could Soon Return to Mecox

The old club, which once sat at the edge of potato fields, was now surrounded by mansions,

Mashashimuet Park Up for State Grant

The Park and Recreation Association of Sag Harbor has applied for a $10,000 state grant to support efforts for a new playground at Mashashimuet Park.

Finding the Time to Be Fit, for Mom

Don’t let the stroller throw you off. Hamptons Fit4Mom is bringing the burn and, the best part is, your kids can come, too.

A Chance To Talk About Cars Draws Crowds to Bridgehampton

The free show, sponsored by Bridge Events and the historical society, followed an invitation-only gathering on Saturday at the Bridge golf club.

Sailing Sag Harbor’s Waterways into the Cooler Months

This is just a taste of the close-knit Sag Harbor charter scene, as these boats have one thing in common: they all stick around for the fall sailing season.

The Sailing Life: Couple Stops by Sag Harbor On Four-Year Odyssey

Fergus Dunipace and Jenevora Swann have been living on their 44-foot catamaran, Two Drifters, for the past three and a half years.

Sidelines: Engraved Ever After

When the sun set on another successful HarborFest, my thoughts shifted to a mate of ours who is largely responsible for the whaleboat racing we enjoy today.

Bluman Shines Under Grey Skies at The Hampton Classic

Daniel Bluman entered the Hampton Classic Grand Prix on Sunday hoping some of that McLain Ward magic had rubbed off.

Eclipse Chasers Follow the Sun

Perhaps the South Fork's ultimate eclipse chaser is Terry Kemper, for whom Monday's eclipse will be the 17th he has witnessed in totality.

On The Road: Waterways and the Great Divide

South. What exactly lay that way? I mean directly south — across the water of the turquoise Mediterranean. North Africa, for sure. But which part?

America’s Cup Boats Sail Through Sag Harbor

Sailors representing the New York Harbor Sailing Foundation sailed their US 42 and US 46 boats into Sag Harbor for an exhibition race last Wednesday.

East End Lifeguards Storm Daytona

Lifeguards from Southampton to Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton to Montauk, traveled to Daytona Beach last week to compete in the USLA National Championships.

The Mill Hosts Third Annual Southampton Sweat Event

Southampton Sweat will be at the courtyard at the Mill in Water Mill on August 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Breakwater Sailors Place Second at Grenada Sailing Week

Lilee Fell, Liz Joyce and Sara Nightingale represented Sag Harbor in the classic yacht division at Grenada Sailing Week.

Duryea Named Swimmer of the Meet at Counties

The East Hampton/Pierson boys swim team finished eighth out of 29 teams at the Suffolk County Championships on Saturday.

Bees Lose to Greenport, Turn Focus to State Playoffs

Bridgehampton and Greenport, longtime playoff rivals, faced off in Tuesday’s non-elimination Suffolk County C-D Championship game at Suffolk County Community College in Selden.