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Water Mill Woman Prepares For 100-Mile Bike to The Beach Ride for Autism

Bike to the Beach is a national ride benefiting grassroots autism non-profits. Covell and the Flying Point Foundation have participated in the event since 2016, when Covell, an editor at The Press, was inspired by an article she wrote about getting fit in her 50s.

State To Release More Guidelines For Fall Sports This Friday; Southampton’s Campbell Decides To...

Football has been deemed by New York State as a high-risk sport, and while a handful of sports were judged safe to play starting on September 21 last week by governor Andrew M. Cuomo, those looking to get on the gridiron this fall are still waiting for some answers as to whether that will actually happen.

Sag Harbor Youth Soccer Returns to Action

In Sag Harbor, youth soccer is the latest sport to return to action after the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.

East Hampton High School Track Athlete Tops i-Tri Virtual Triathlon Youth Division

For East Hampton High School track athlete Liam Fowkes, the i-tri Turbo Tri was the first triathlon he’d ever competed in. Despite his inexperience as a triathlete, he ended up placing first in the triathlon’s youth division.

A Lifetime Of ‘Playing Up’ Pays Off For East Hampton’s Colin Ruddy

Ruddy’s attitude and work ethic have propelled him onto the A-list of high school players, not just on Long Island but nationally. In July, he was named to the All Tournament team in tournaments he played in Georgia and Florida with his travel team, the East Coast Lumberjacks.

Cuomo Gives OK To Begin Some School Sports Programs Next Month

High school sports will be returning this fall. Well, at least some of them will be.

East Moriches Native Takes Steps In His Journey To The NHL

East Moriches native Ryan Fine started playing travel hockey at 6 years old. After committing to play Division 1 hockey at Boston University last year, the rising sophomore is looking toward even bigger goals.

Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation Hosts Virtual Swim Challenge

For 12 years running, the Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation has hosted the Montauk Ocean Swim, one of the only guarded ocean swims on the East Coast. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, like many iconic East End traditions, the Ocean Swim is going virtual as the Montauk Swim Challenge.

East Hampton Native Navigates Precarious Equestrian Competition Season

East Hampton Native Navigates Precarious Equestrian Competition Season

Westhampton Yacht Squadron Celebrates 130th Anniversary, Resilience in Unprecedented Times

Westhampton Yacht Squadron is celebrating its 130th anniversary this summer. The club has gone through many stages and locations since its initial establishment as a part of the Westhampton Country Club in 1890, and commodore J.M. Sheehan is honoring the anniversary as a sign of the club’s resilience in the face of strife, like the current pandemic.

Southampton Caddie Wins Prestigious Long Island Evans Scholarship

A Southampton High School graduate received the prestigious Long Island Evans Scholarship, a full-tuition award given to exceptional golf caddies. Brigham Hancock, one of this year’s award recipients, is a caddy at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, and will matriculate at the University of Notre Dame in the fall.

Travel Baseball Resumes on Long Island With Limited Travel

Travel Baseball Resumes on Long Island With Limited Travel

Martial Arts Gym in Sag Harbor Unable to Reopen Offers Classes Outdoors and on...

Thinking of martial arts likely invokes images of a high-contact sport very difficult to do while social distancing. Governor Cuomo’s restrictions against the reopening of gyms in phase four makes the challenge even harder. But at Epic Martial Arts in Sag Harbor, owner Michelle Del Giorno is using a combination of Zoom and outdoor classes to keep students safe.

Fall High School Sports Season Delayed To September 21

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), announced on Thursday that the fall high school sports season will be delayed until September 21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Joy of Baseball Returns As Mariners Take Wood Bat Title

The Joy of Baseball Returns As Mariners Take Wood Bat Title

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Roadside Attraction: Hans Van de Bovenkamp’s Sculptural Driving Tour

At age 82, Hans Van de Bovenkamp has a twinkle in his eye. Shades of gray tease at the sides of his full, shaggy hair, but it holds its color. His sense of adventure is sharp, his laughter contagious, his creative mind vibrant. Even still, “Now, I’m the old guy,” the sculptor said with a laugh from his longtime home and studio in Sagaponack.

Amy Zerner Channels Feminine Energy in These Troubled Times

iven what’s going on in the world, it seems somehow poetic that just two weeks before the opening of Amy Zerner’s new art exhibition at MM Fine Art in Southampton, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would pass away. That’s because Zerner’s art is centered on goddesses and is imbued with the spirit and energy of strong feminine power, just like Justice Ginsburg, who was arguably this country’s most powerful living female icon.

‘The Eclectic 6’ Create an Artistic Family

At first, they were a half-dozen strangers with one common connection. Now, they’re “The Eclectic 6,” a group of artists organized by Adrienne Pizzolato that will present their inaugural show this weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.