Sylvester Manor Educational Farm announced late last week that Cristina Cosentino will take the role of Director of Farm Operations for the Shelter Island nonprofit.
The South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) in Bridgehampton is pleased to offer three free environmental programs during the holiday school recess. Each program will be held outdoors in Vineyard Field behind the museum, and will take place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Three of Alison Burke’s favorite things are health, yoga and travel — and when she can combine them, and invite the community, she does.
Lucy Beeton and Phoebe Topping are two of the more experienced junior riders at Swan Creek Farm.
It was 12 days out from the start of the biggest horse show of the year, the Hampton Classic, but no one was panicking, or barking out orders with extra intensity, or stressing about preparations.
Philip Walters sailed his boat August Sky to a victory in the Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge on Saturday, August 11, besting 23 other boats.
Another person’s trash is artist Cynthia Pease Roe’s treasure.
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.
Five surviving World War II military aircraft flew into East Hampton Airport at about 11 a.m. on Independence Day and went on display for about 90 minutes for an impromptu static air show organized privately by their owners.
The Sag Harbor Express and its sponsors hosted the Third Annual Summer Kick-off and Spotlight on Boating Party and Trade Show at the Breakwater Yacht Club on Friday, June 21.
Before wildlife biologist Mike Bottini started his 2008 survey to measure the distribution of river otters on Long Island, there was little information on the furry mammal and whether it inhabited the island at all.
Join The Sag Harbor Express as we celebrate the East End boating community at our Third Annual Spotlight on Boating Boat Party and Trade Show on Friday, June 21.
"Make your dreams take over your life before your life takes over your dreams,” John Niewenhous said from his home in Sag Harbor, and grunted. “Good advice.”
From his waterfront office at the Breakwater Yacht Club, sailing director Sean Elliott sees the Sag Harbor sailing community pass by in all its glorious motion.
Cruising through Long Island Sound, Peconic Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and all of the East End’s interconnected bays and harbors is the ultimate form of summer entertainment.