After most busy summer seasons where Sag Harbor feels more like Times Square than a sleepy, historic whaling village, it’s always the week after Labor Day, on HarborFest, when locals come out to remember exactly why they live here year-round in the first place.
For its third annual celebration of the artists who migrated to the South Fork in the years after World War II, the Eric Firestone...
Gold Star - To Bridgehampton School officials, for letting the Bees buzz one last time in their hive. Look, it’s understandable that there was...
Frankly, it was not at all how I expected it to go. There we were, my husband Adam and I standing on the cobblestone walkway...
Letters to the Editor for the week of August 8, 2019.
Hats off to former Mayor Sandra Schroeder and Trustee Jim Larocca for securing a parcel of downtown waterfront land set to open next week as a public park.
Teen use of e-cigarettes and vaping devices reached “epidemic” proportions last year, with 1 in 4 high school students say they are using, yet national surveys show that teens are largely unaware of what they’re really inhaling.
“How are you holding up?” It’s a common refrain these days and generally … no, always … it’s a phrase directed at me by a woman. Someone who is often slightly older and, without fail, a mother. Usually, the deliverer of the sentence also has slightly moist eyes, a subtle head tilt and a sad, sympathetic smile.
"We are witnessing a tipping point in energy history, and today’s commitment to large-scale investment in offshore wind power proves that New York walks the walk of powering our economy with renewable energy,” said Gordian Raacke, executive director of Bridgehampton-based Renewable Energy Long Island, following approval by Governor Andrew Cuomo of two major offshore wind farms in the waters off Long Island.
I am reborn, once again a child of the sea. — From a poem written by Amy Kirshbaum as a gift for my wife and...
Even in the numbing parade of seemingly daily outrages since November 8, 2016, there is the occasional outlier—something so spectacularly outrageous, so mortifying, that it still has the capacity to stun.
The state has acted responsibly in adopting tougher new limits, set by the Drinking Water Quality Council, for PFOS and PFOA, chemical compounds identified by the Environmental Protection Agency as “emerging contaminants.”
A Gold Star to members of the clergy in Sag Harbor Village who continue to be particularly active in social justice causes.
Letters to the Editor for the week of July 11, 2019.
“One balloon released is one too many,” says Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker.