For Joseph Mullin, a 66-year-old veteran of the United States Navy, the journey is as important as the destination, and last week his own journey brought him to Sag Harbor.
There will be one standout this year when the race sets off in the waters off Sag Harbor on June 2. The Blue Peter, to be sure, is no ordinary sailboat.
Getting back to the simplicity of the outdoors and the experience of physical movement, Hamptons Gym Corp. is launching their new Outdoor Division with championship windsurfer Jesper Vesterstroem at the helm.
Back in 2008, wildlife biologist Mike Bottini spent a lot of time searching ponds, creeks and waterways throughout Long Island in search of a most illusive species — Lontra canadensis, a.k.a. the river otter.
Colleen Saidman Yee is coming into your living room, “live.”
Katy’s Courage, the non-profit created in memory of Kathryn Collins Stewart, will host its seventh annual Skate-A-Thon at Buckskill Winter Club, 178 Buckskill Road in East Hampton, on Sunday, March 4.
The procession of about 20 people was there in hopes of encountering the eastern tiger salamander, or Ambystoma tigrinum, the largest of the so-called mole salamanders.
Lilee Fell, Liz Joyce and Sara Nightingale represented Sag Harbor in the classic yacht division at Grenada Sailing Week.
Introducing Core Kinetics with Carrie Kremlpler, the fitness class melds boxing, kickboxing and Muay Thai combinations with body weight moves and 30-second cardio spikes in a 50- to 60-minute class geared to all fitness levels.
Southampton Youth Services (SYS) executive director Scott Johnson heads up the multi-use athletic facility that is open seven days a week year-round.
Yoga Shanti is reminding people to take a moment, and a breath, to set aside sometime for your own wellbeing with their annual Thanksgiving Day yoga class.
When the sun goes down, they come out to play — owls, snakes, geckos, bats, tarantulas and even leopards, to name a few.
Sandra Geehring Foster, owner and operator of SGF Acupuncture in Amagansett, has been collaborating with Master Ou for the last five years.
The old club, which once sat at the edge of potato fields, was now surrounded by mansions,
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.