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Eye on Art: Montauk Highway III

For its third annual celebration of the artists who migrated to the South Fork in the years after World War II, the Eric Firestone...

On The Road: The Long Goodbye, Dorm Room Antics and The Art of Letting...

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...

Point of View: With E-Cigarettes on the Rise, Do Students Know What They Are...

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.

On the Road: When the Nestling Heads to College

“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.

Suffolk Closeup: They’ve Only Begun

"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.

It’s Only Natural: Swimming, Boating, Frolicking in Salt Water

I am reborn, once again a child of the sea. — From a poem written by Amy Kirshbaum as a gift for my wife and...

Suffolk Closeup: Head: Smart Balloon Practices

“One balloon released is one too many,” says Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker.

Fred Thiele: “Taking Care of Home.”

As State Assemblyman, Fred is busy taking care of the area from Montauk to the William Floyd Parkway — a 60-to-70 mile stretch including many towns and villages. “It’s like being a parent. You try to love all of your children equally, but Sag Harbor always holds a special place in my heart."

On The Road: Future Shock and Other Truths of High School Graduation

Back in May 2001 when we brought our newborn daughter home from the hospital, my husband, Adam, and I did the math. Twenty-nineteen.

On Art: Krasner in London

In 1965, the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London presented Lee Krasner’s first retrospective exhibition.

Point of View: The Long Grind from Manhattan East

I deflect compliments and praise for having ridden my bike 105 miles in one day from Manhattan to East Quogue, along with my 10 Flying Point Foundation for Autism teammates and more than 300 other riders.

Looking Back: Harbor Rowing Club Promotes a Old Sport

The crewmen who manned the oars of rugged Sag Harbor whaleboats in the 19th century no doubt thought rowing was just another arduous part of the job.

East End Days: Greens with a Kick

Native to the Mediterranean region, arugula has been a staple ingredient in Italian, Moroccan, Portuguese and Turkish cooking for millennia.

Home: Kathryn ‘Evans’ Gerecke is ‘Praying for Home’

Many believe in the power of prayer, and Kathryn Evans Gerecke is among them.

On the Road: Young at Heart

It’s kind of scary as a young parent when you realize you don’t remember how to plan an adults-only vacation.

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Sag Harbor Cinema Screens Keaton Classic

The next installment of Sag Harbor Cinema’s “Here Comes the Cinema!” is “The Cameraman,” a 1928 film directed by Edward Sedgwick and Buster Keaton, which will be screened on Sunday, February 2, at 2 p.m. at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Writer and director Mary Harron will lead a post-screening discussion.

The North Fork Table & Inn Finds A Buyer In Michelin-Starred Chef John Fraser

The North Fork Table & Inn may look closed from the outside — and, to business, it technically is — but inside, the beloved Southold institution is brimming with new life following its recent sale to Michelin-starred chef John Fraser.

Meet Chef George Hirsch, If He Can Do It, You Can Do It

Maybe you’ve seen Chef George Hirsch while you’re out and about on the East End. You might have caught him at a farm stand chatting up a grower, or discussing wine production at a local vineyard, or even cooking up a recipe on a grill somewhere near the water. It’s all done for the filming of George Hirsch Lifestyle, his long-running PBS television series which is about combining good food with good living.