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Panel Says ‘No’ to Cinema’s Options So Far for Hiding Rooftop Hardware

The response was resoundingly negative last week when April Gornik, the Sag Harbor Cinema Art Center’s board chair, presented ideas to the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board for softening the visual impact of the HVAC equipment on the roof of the cinema.

Express Sessions: Pondering the Future of Sag Harbor’s Public Spaces

There were no firm answers but plenty of questions on these and other topics when nearly 70 people gathered at The American Hotel for an “Express Session” luncheon discussion on Friday, November 15, on “The Future of Public Space in Sag Harbor Village.” It was the latest in a series of sold-out public discussions sponsored by The Sag Harbor Express and the last one for 2019.

Tommy John Schiavoni Announces State Senate Run

Southampton Town Board member and Sag Harbor resident Tommy John Schiavoni announced his candidacy for State Senate on Friday

Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust Hopeful For Route 114 Project

Members of the Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust, a nonprofit formed in 2008, said this week they remain hopeful that a partnership with the Town of East Hampton might result in a housing project on Route 114 in Wainscott, just outside of Sag Harbor Village, one that could result in many more housing units than the organization would be able to construct on its own.

Grants Will Be Sought to Restore Revolutionary War Grave Sites at Old Burial Ground...

The Old Burying Ground, one of the South Fork’s oldest cemeteries, is home to more than 330 gravesites, some dating back to the Revolutionary War. And many are in dire need of repair, local historic preservation consultant Zachary Studenroth reported to the Sag Harbor Village Board at its Tuesday night meeting.

Pine Beetles Damage More Than Trees, Suit Argues

Two years after East Hampton Town found itself confronting a plague in the form of the southern pine beetle, a small insect that had an oversized appetite for the kind of pitch pines found in many of the town’s forests, there is some good news to report.

Southampton Town Spends $1.1 Million Of CPF Money On Three Parcels

Southampton Town Board members on Tuesday approved spending more than $1 million of Community Preservation Fund money to acquire three parcels totaling 3.3 acres.

South Fork Commuter Connection Service Returns

Uninterrupted service on the South Fork Commuter Connection will resume on November 11 as work to replace two train trestles in East Hampton will finish the day before.

Changes to Village Zoning Code Will Be Introduced Next Week

The Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees will introduce, once more, two changes it hopes to make to its zoning code during its monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 12, at 6 p.m.

From Inside Role, Zeldin Rises To Fore Of GOP Defense Of President

U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin, has emerged as one of the Republican Party’s leading voices trying to derail the inquiry and defend Mr. Trump from accusations of abuse of power.

Sag Harbor Mayor and Village Board of Trustees Look to the Future

The environment and water quality, transportation and community will be the ternary of issues the Sag Harbor Village Board hopes to dig into as it addresses quality of life issues through long-term planning.

Village Proposes Changes to Sag Harbor Zoning Code

The Sag Harbor Village Board introduced two changes to its zoning code on Saturday that Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said would better protect against the destruction of the village’s natural environment and help define the code more clearly when it comes to the allowed height of structures.

Supervisor Candidates in East Hampton Differ on Many Things

East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc is seeking reelection to a second two-year term in the town's top job. He is being challenged by David Gruber, a onetime political ally.

Southampton Town Justice Barbara Wilson Ordered To Pay $250k To Neighbor

Barbara Wilson, a Southampton Town and Southampton Village justice, was ordered on Friday to pay her neighbor $250,000 after a State Supreme Court jury found her guilty of defamation of character.

LIPA Reveals Rate Costs For South Fork Wind Farm

The Long Island Power Authority this week released the details of its power purchase agreement for the planned South Fork Wind Farm

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Review: ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ Aflame with Passion and Poignancy

Lorraine Hansberry’s dazzling drama about a black family coming hard up against the shameful bigotry endemic in America, “A Raisin in the Sun,” is set in the recent past — five years after the Montgomery bus strike, four years before the Birmingham bombing of a black church, a few years before the sit-ins, marches and race riots of the ’60s. But that doesn’t mean it’s a period piece from another era.

Dan Welden tells Tales of Printmaking with Giants of the Art World

World-renowned minimalist Dan Flavin was by far the most difficult artist to ever work with says Sag Harbor-based printmaker Dan Welden, while abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning was the easiest. But of all the artist's he ever collaborated with, there was one who would never quit — Eric Fischl.

When Art, Music and Dance is in the Family Way

With just one day to record a defining cello concerto, Margaret Garrett knew her husband was nervous. She didn’t blame him. The league was bigger. The sound was louder. The musical colors were bolder and brighter, their movement more deliberate than anything the composer had ever written.