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Ladies Drop Two Tough Games, Osiecki Out

The Pierson girl’s varsity basketball team not only lost both games this week, but they lost a starting player too. Senior starter Katie Osiecki twisted...

Bridgehampton Bees Bring it On

By Benito Vila There was a time, early on, when it looked as though the Bridgehampton boys’ basketball team was destined for a season of...

Grapplers Look to Come Out on Top

Although the East Hampton Wrestling team went to Harbor Fields on Saturday for the League V champions, and only one wrestler qualified for the...

Wild Week Off the Court Capped by Two Wins

By Benito Vila There may be some that would prefer whatever happens at Pierson stays at Pierson, but that’s not the way the world works....

Pierson’s Independent Athletes Compete With Other Local Schools

Swimming Pierson High School Junior Yves Bourel, has been swimming for the YMCA’s team, the Hurricanes, for a few years, but this season he swam...

Girls Defeat Mercy

  Last Friday night the Pierson Varsity Girls Basketball team was on top of their game, winning their away match-up against Mercy 56-47. The Lady...

Middle School Volleyball:Girls Come to Play; Everyone Makes it Work

By Benito Vila The Pierson Middle School’s no-cut athletic policy was pushed to the limit this November with 25 seventh graders and 20 eighth graders...

Winter Away at SYS

With winter not letting up anytime soon and a school vacation a week away, Southampton Youth Services has put together several family and student-oriented...

Ladies Lock a Playoff Spot

The Pierson/Bridgehampton Varsity Girls Basketball team won on Friday against the Shelter Island Lady Indians 61-48 — putting the Lady Whalers into the playoffs. It...

Going Gets Tough for Whalers

By Benito Vila   It was Hunter S. Thompson who said, “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.”  The going was very weird for...

Whaler Tube

While it may not spark the viral sharing of YouTube, the school district’s athletic and technology departments have teamed to create video content for...

Little League Clinics Continue

The 2009 Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Little League continues its winter clinics pre-Super Bowl this Sunday in the Pierson High School gym. Softball players 7-and-up are...

Young Whalers Winners

By Benito Vila The Pierson seventh grade team came into this season both confident and uncertain. Several players had played together in the Police Athletic...

Home Not Sweet for Whalers

By Benito Vila Roller coasters are an easier ride than Bridgehampton–Pierson basketball games. The schools only face off twice each year and only in boys’...

Lady Bears Stop Lady Whalers Unbeaten Streak

Last week, the Pierson/Bridgehampton girl’s varsity basketball team had a thrilling comeback while playing Southold; but this week the girls struggled against the ladies...

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In truth, Roger Rosenblatt never really intended for his collection of prose to become a book. But once a writer, always a writer, and that’s exactly what his selected essays — on the subject of writing, as it turns out — has become. “I knew I would make a fortune on the book and couldn’t resist the opportunity,” joked Rosenblatt, who will most likely do nothing of the sort with “The Story I Am: Mad About the Writing Life,” which was published by Turtle Point Press in April.

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