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Whalers Head to Division Playoffs

The Hampton Whalers beat the Peekskill Robins yesterday, 3-0, in a one-game playoff and will face the N. Y. Metro Cadets in a best...

Weekend Wins Put Whalers In Playoffs

Hampton Whalers’ manager Julio Vega said he was excited his team, after winning three of their last four games of the regular season, fought...

Ready for the Playoffs

Tuesday night marked the end of the regular season for the Sag Harbor Men’s Fastpitch Softball League. Playoffs begin Thursday, July 24 between the...

Whalers Push for the Playoffs

Whalers’ first baseman Evan Laude’s bat is on fire. And the timing couldn’t be better as the team is making a push for the...

Hoop Greats Unite For Cause

For over a decade, Hoops 4 Hope, a not-for-profit founded in part by East Hampton resident Mark Crandall, has drawn the widespread support of...

A Perfect Day At Mashashimuet

The Hampton Whalers just play better in Sag Harbor said manager Julio Vega. “I don’t know what it is,” he said. “It could be the...

Still Playing Games

The Sag Harbor 11-12 Boys Allstars play in District 36. When play began two weeks ago, there were 16 teams. Now there are four...

Whalers Douple Up

The Hampton Whalers came to town last weekend and pulled off two victories against the Long Island Mustangs in a doubleheader, with a 6-3...

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Foodstuffs: Oktoberfest At Rowdy, Brunch Is Back, Big Win For Sagaponack Spirits, and Cauliflower...

October is nearly here! Time for the fall favorites like Oktoberfest beer and pretzels, distilled spirits, cauliflower and leisurely brunches.

A North-Fork Based True Crime Podcast is Born at Stony Brook Southampton

It was a legendary North Fork story that Grant Parpan had heard about for years — a tale of intrigue involving a pillar of the community who left town one day with a boat-load of cash and a major secret. Now, Parpan is turning that story into a true crime podcast that he plans to launch this winter.

‘Clearing The Air’ at SAC Explores the Healing Power pf Art

Given all that has transpired in the past year in terms of the toll COVID-19 has taken on the world, it’s probably not a coincidence that many people are looking to reconnect and rejuvenate with activities that heal mind, body and soul. That includes cultural activities, and now through the end of the year, the Southampton Arts Center is hosting “Clearing The Air: The Transformative Power of the Arts,” an exhibition that looks to bring strength and inspiration in the wake of pandemic, political strife and social injustice.