Outdoors & Recreation

Tee Time for Nine: Exploring the East End’s Public Golf Courses

Teeing off at the Sag Harbor Golf Club. By Gavin Menu I chipped in for birdie on our 34th hole of the day. After golfing our...

The Yoga Paddlers

By Gianna Volpe For a yogi, bringing one's breath, movement and inner consciousness in tune with all that surrounds is the ultimate high. Some say...

Taking Notice of Woods in the Winter

  By Emily J. Weitz From the five pointed leaves of maple trees to the jagged edges of oak tree leaves, there are some pretty well...

Resource for Busy Families

By Emily J. Weitz   The modern family is constantly in a state of juggling. And while a slice of the population has the means to...

Career(s) Girl

By Emily J Weitz For working mothers, life is one great balancing act. Between two thriving businesses that explode in the summer to raising three...

Something for Everyone

By Emily J Weitz There is little more quintessentially fall than a kids’ soccer game on a Saturday afternoon, sliced oranges divided up at halftime, a...

Community and Camaraderie

by Emily J. Weitz   When Mika Street began Uptown Pilates in the city eight years ago, she was so young she didn’t know she should...

A Season of Wellness

By Emily J Weitz   The Urban Zen Summer Wellness series kicked off last weekend with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman discussing the healing powers of...

Summoning the Inner Pin Up Girl

By Courtney M. Holbrook Hayley Schmitz wants to help women find their inner pin-up girl. Whether they’re blond or brunette, tall or short, curvy or...

Aquarium and Hotel as Destination

By Emily J. Weitz The change in name is striking: where Atlantis Marine World sounds like a theme park, the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition...

’Sup Dog: Joy Laughter and Fitness on the Water

By Emily Weitz There’s a serenity to the scene: a lanky figure upright on the water, paddling through the bay with long, smooth...

Capturing the Essence of Sag Harbor

By Emily J Weitz Sag Harbor has a little version of everything, and it’s always the best. The best little Italian restaurant, the best little...

Meet at the Barre to Get in Shape: FlyBarre at FlyWheel

By Emily J Weitz Summer is on its way to Sag Harbor, and with it come the chiseled bodies that have come to belong to...

One Stop Shop for Discerning Diners

By Emily J. Weitz The lush green lawn of Water Mill Commons has been aching for an anchor since Citarella closed its doors last year....

Sports Camps: A Fusion of Forces

By Emily J. Weitz For the past two decades, if you ever drove down Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton on a summer...

Latest Articles

Catherine Creedon Will Step Down As John Jermain Memorial Library Director

Catherine Creedon, who has served as the director of the John Jermain Memorial Library for the past 14 years and who shepherded it through a building project that would have tested the patience of Job, has informed the library board that she plans to step down when her contract expires at the end of the year.

Sag Harbor Fire Chief Outlines Need For Fireboat

Sag Harbor Fire Chief Outlines Need For Fireboat

Sag Harbor ZBA Adjourns Schiavoni Request For Moratorium Waiver After Objections Raised

Sag Harbor ZBA Adjourns Schiavoni Request For Moratorium Waiver After Objections Raised