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Newly Restored Jailhouse Museum Tells a Piece of Sag Harbor History

If an argument could be made that Sag Harbor was a salty kind of village back in the day, then its old jailhouse, erected in 1916, was a salt shaker of sorts.

#MeToo Resonates With Students

The message was about how to create “radical community healing” in the face of revelations of sexual assault, abuse and harassment and domestic violence.

Pierson Middle School to Produce ‘Seussical’ Musical

Pierson Middle School thespians have been busy transforming the school auditorium into Whoville for this year’s musical production, “Seussical.”

A Behind-the-Scenes Taste of Homemade Ice Cream in Sag Harbor

Joe & Liza Tremblay, the owners of Bay Burger in Sag Harbor, started out making their own ice cream for the restaurant, and it took off.

Hampton Ballet Theatre School Dancers to Perform “Peter and the Wolf” for Tenth Year

The classic score by Sergei Prokofiev, in which each musical instrument represents a different character in the ballet, is considered an educational experience for youth.

Big Tent Draws Big Crowd for the Cinema

The “Sag Harbor” sign, rescued from the rubble of the fire that destroyed the Sag Harbor Cinema, gleamed outside a tent filled with over 1,000 people.

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Whalers’ Inaugural Homerun Derby is a Success

Sean Mott planned to be a spectator when he arrived at the Sag Harbor Whalers doubleheader against the Shelter Island Bucks on Sunday.

Help Wanted: Candid Viewpoints on Living and Working in Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor locals opened up in this video to discuss the ups and downs of living and working in the village, including a deeper look at some issues.

Children’s Museum Hosts Educational Music Fair

Saturday’s Music Fair at the Children’s Museum of the East End had all the makings of a perfect musical morning for local kids.

‘Much Ado About Madoo’ to Celebrate 50 Years of Art and Gardening

This year’s festivities are special for Madoo Conservancy, which is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the year Robert Dash moved into the Sagaponack farm.

Bridgehampton’s Night to Remember, 20 Years in the Making

Bridgehampton High School students finally got their chance to enjoy a rite of passage many of their Long Island peers already enjoy: going to a prom.

A “Drowsy Chaperone” Comes to Pierson High School

There’s vaudeville, slapstick and stereotypical musical theater portrayal of romance in the school musical, along with a positive message at the end.

IB Program: Student Perspectives and Classroom Activity

The Express spoke to other senior International Baccalaureate diploma candidates and visited an IB class to learn more about the students and the program.

Annual Parade Celebrates Easter, Spring in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor Easter Bonnet Parade has become a tradition in Sag Harbor on Main Street, where people of all ages gathered to celebrate Easter and Spring.

Pierson Fashion Hits the Runway

Students spent the last year transforming the school district into a fashion district of sorts, complete with a professional designer mentor and runway show.

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Larocca Announces Affordable Housing Initiative In Sag Harbor

As part of a new effort to address the lack of affordable housing in Sag Harbor, Mayor Jim Larocca said this week he would appoint trustees Bob Plumb and Ed Haye to serve as co-chairs of the Sag Harbor Affordable Housing Initiative.

Lil’ Birdie Opens in Sag Harbor

Located off Division Street in Sag Harbor, Lil’ Birdie offers all natural and organic homemade fried chicken, grilled chicken, and falafel sandwiches with a unique selection of sauces at an affordable price.

North Haven Returns To In-Person Meetings

The North Haven Village Board last week backed away from a proposal to slap an automatic two-week stop-work order on contractors who continue to ignore the village’s weekend-ban on noisy construction work after first receiving a warning from the building inspector.