Articles

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia will be the focus of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center’s Thinking Forward Lecture Series on Thursday.

I teach two Sunday cut flower classes at Marders, the Bridgehampton plant palace. The first, in spring, is on creating cutting gardens; the second, as summer winds down, is a flower arranging demo my colleague and I do with whatever I’ve got left in...
Many of us are overwhelmed by the prospect of designing the landscape for our own property — even a small one. Here on the South Fork, the challenge is marked by how expensive everything seems to be.
Durell Godfrey, the Star’s hunter-gatherer, decided to go shopping for the useful and the whimsical, or she might say the usefully whimsical and whimsically useful. What she found was cool and foolish, too.
Thirteen advocacy groups negotiate a two-week delay in the permit approval to expand the use of the Noyac mine.
A visit to Bhutan isn’t just a journey for the senses, it’s a time-travel voyage.
Until two years ago, Ned Klein, a New Yorker, had honed his gardening skills in an urban setting.
In a tersely worded statement issued Tuesday afternoon, the East Hampton Town Republican Committee announced that it had been unable to persuade G.O.P. county leadership to let candidates who are not registered Republicans appear on the party’s line...

Driving around East Hampton in the winter, one can easily identify the boxwood that grace so many of East Hampton’s gardens — with its small waxy evergreen leaves standing out in a bleak landscape or frequently wrapped snugly in burlap.
Representatives of Tesla Motors and a company with which it has partnered presented a refined proposal to install an array of electric vehicle charging stations in Montauk to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.
Virtually every garden I have visited over the years has given me an idea about what I could do, might do, should do, or would never do in my garden.
A 1956 mapping mistake is corrected, following a decade-long effort.
Not a single East End town made the top 100 in Niche.com’s 2019 list of Best Places to Live in America — or even the top 350 Best Places to Live in New York State.