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Festival of the Arts Celebrates 10 Years in Westhampton Beach

The 10th annual Westhampton Beach Festival of the Arts returns to the Great Lawn with a new palette of original handmade art on Saturday, September 1, and Sunday, September 2, at 35 West Main Street in front of St. Mark’s Church.

The Wait Continues at Sag Pizza

While the newest owners of one of Sag Harbor’s most beloved restaurants — the former Conca D’Oro — have remained tight-lipped on the opening date of the village’s newest Italian eatery, the doors of Sag Pizza were wide open on Tuesday, albeit only for staff training.

Government: Rose Hill Controversy, Historic Life-Saving Station, Rogers Elected Dem Chair

The Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station in the Town of East Hampton has been listed on the New York State Register of Historic Places

15 Years of Brand-Making on the East End

Lynn Blumenfeld and Jill Fleming are celebrating 15 years with their eponymous integrated marketing firm in Montauk. Having escaped the confines of Madison Avenue to bring their Manhattan business mindset to the beach, the partners and founders of Blumenfeld + Fleming discuss the evolution of their boutique agency and themselves.

Sag Harbor Cinema’s Architectural Plans Earn Review Board Approval

As the last step before the village’s regulatory boards, the BHPAR’s green light clears the way for the cinema’s steward, the Sag Harbor Partnership, to apply for a building permit.

A Taste of Americana in Cold Chocolate

The band Cold Chocolate recently caught up with The Sag Harbor Express before their back-to-back sets on Saturday nig at Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island.

The Seventh Circle of Earth’s Destruction

The Seventh Circle, organized by the East End Arts Council and Southampton Cultural Center with powerful works addressing the relationship between man, himself, and the planet.

A Conversation With Julie Greene

Julie Greene, who was recently named as the Southampton Town historian and serves as the archivist and curator for the Bridgehampton Museum, talks about her role in protecting the town’s historic character, what makes Bridgehampton special and why she supports the creation of a historic district in the hamlet.

Business: Chamber Award To The Wharf Shop, Bay Scallops, WELJ on the Move

LI Radio Broadcasting hosted 11 chambers of commerce from the East End to celebrate small local business communities.

Carissa’s Bread Whips Up Gingerbread Pie

Thanksgiving morning has always been very special to Carissa Waechter. For the founder of Carissa’s Breads — which opened its new East Hampton storefront over...

Roman Fine Art Holiday Group Exhibition “Gets with the Program”

Roman Fine Art, located at 66 Park Place in East Hampton, will open the second edition of its annual holiday group exhibition, “Get with...

Gloriosa Piano Trio at The Parrish

The Salon Series at the Parrish Art Museum features world-class young artists in an intimate setting.

Editorial: A Budget Primer

What he didn’t say was just how much the budget would be, what the tax rate would be or what the total tax levy would be.

The Neo-Political Cowgirls Present “Andromeda”

Kate Mueth and The Neo-Political Cowgirls will again perform their production of “Andromeda” at the Montauk County Park from August 29 to September 3.

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Thiele Pitches Commuter Trains in Sag Harbor

Members of the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor, the union of faculty employed by the Sag Harbor School District, expressed cautious support of the proposed South Fork Commuter Connection in a survey conducted by the school district last week.

Hurricane of 1938: Old Negatives Offer New View Of Storm’s Fury

Both black-and-white photographs—the first of a house near Lake Agawam, and the second of a home along Meadow Lane—were taken in Southampton Village shortly after the Category 3 hurricane, later named “The Long Island Express,” steamrolled the East End on the afternoon of September 21, 1938.

Hurricane of 1938: Even Downgraded, Storm Had Incredible Speed

Hurricane Nate amazed meteorologists not for its strength or size but for its speed. The storm had sustained winds of 85 mph when it arrived...