Frank S. Costanza is a Brooklyn born, Queens-raised writer who has devoted the past two decades of his life to community journalism, including 15 years as editor of an award-winning weekly newspaper covering The Hamptons.
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 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.