Annette Hinkle, arts editor of the Sag Harbor Express, writes extensively about the East End of Long Island for a number of regional publications. In 2017, her first book was published. "Sag Harbor: 100 Years of Film in the Village."
The huge spike in demand for power boats and yachts of all sizes caused by the coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly challenging for prospective owners to find the exact make and model they’re looking for.
How does one go about telling the stories of those who can no longer speak for themselves? Especially the story of someone who has disappeared off the face of the earth without a trace, never to be seen or heard from again, yet forever mourned?
If you’re like writer Amanda M. Fairbanks, the story of the missing is best told through the memories of those they’ve left behind.
outhampton Village has become a resort town with an international reputation, its very name conjuring the notion of a "Summer Colony." But it very much remains a small town, with a growing year-round population and a history that few small towns can match.