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The Rhythm of The Classic

When asked to cover the Hampton Classic, I responded that I would and quickly conjured up ideas of what to photograph — the people, the kids, the ribbons and the horse jumping, of course.

THE SUMMER BOOK

HOME & GARDEN

PRETTY DELICIOUS: Edible Flowers Can Be Good for Your Palate

If you thought that we had reached peak locavore in 2018, just know that we are still peaking. Flowers, it turns out, are more than just things of beauty. You can eat them. And you should.

FESTIVAL

Seaman Paints the Sea

The art of Japanese fish rubbing, or gyotaku, is a lengthy process involving washing, cleaning and drying fish, then applying ink to it, pressing it against rice paper or fabric and using your hands to create an image of the fish.

A Desire to Include

It’s Apple Season at Harbes

HARVEST

Canna Cocktails

We’ll try not to use the word “healthy” when describing the new cocktails being served at The American Hotel in Sag Harbor, which have been infused with CBD oil, a chemical compound known as a “cannabinoid” that is found in marijuana plants.

THE HOLIDAY BOOK

Clergy See a Way Forward

Reverend Karen Campbell glanced at Rabbi Dan Geffen to her left and Reverend Kimberly Quinn Johnson to her right, and Reverend Peter Devaraj and interfaith minister Nancy Remkus across the aisle at the Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor. “Oh, am I fortunate,” she recalled thinking to herself.

The Shops of Christmas

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Clergy See a Way Forward

Reverend Karen Campbell glanced at Rabbi Dan Geffen to her left and Reverend Kimberly Quinn Johnson to her right, and Reverend Peter Devaraj and interfaith minister Nancy Remkus across the aisle at the Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor. “Oh, am I fortunate,” she recalled thinking to herself.

Peconic Bay Scallops: The Shellfish of the Holiday Season

Peconic Bay scallop season is in full swing. Though for this season, supplies are delicate and scarce, according to several local baymen.

The Shops of Christmas

The warmth and glow of the holiday season evokes sentiments of nostalgia and cheer. Main Street stores and tucked-away shops with holiday music are particularly inviting when seeking shelter from the winter cold.