Sophia Frazier, Cara Henghan and Zoe Sanderlin help distribute turkeys Saturday at the IGA in Amagansett. The Clamshell Foundation gave out 108 turkeys (1000 lbs) to a number of organizations for distribution including the several churches, The Jewish Center of the Hamptons, the American Legion, The Retreat, and the Springs and Montauk fire departments. Camp Soul Grow has been helping the Clamshell Foundation the past two years. Photo by Craig Macnaughton
David Wisner, the local pilot charged by Sag Harbor Police with reckless endangerment in the second degree, a misdemeanor, for buzzing downtown Sag Harbor’s waterfront on April 13, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Sag Harbor Justice Court on Friday, May 7.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Kitty Merrill for a discussion of the plethora of false unemployment claims during the pandemic, and an article Ms. Merrill wrote about the growing crime.
Representatives of Bay Street Theater, who have found themselves the target of an increasingly skeptical, and at times hostile, public, sought to press the reset button at a forum on Saturday at which they discussed their plans for a permanent home, addressed questions about rumored property deals, and pledged to be more transparent moving forward.