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When she strode into the student cafeteria, eyes turned. Her clothes were stylishly elegant and expensive: odd for a college student, I thought. She was obviously attired to attract attention. And the fact that she was beautiful and statuesque...

Asked to describe the impossible, one might suggest that an expert fairly describe the historic, legal, and practical processes that define his or her field in just over 100 pages. Harder still if the result must be readable to the uninitiated while...
When it comes to fishing, this is the time of year when anglers put their ears to the railroad tracks — metaphorically speaking, of course — when ears become radar, eyes become sonar, noses become bloodhounds, when rumors grow like...
Yes, it’s a slow spring, but most everything is back from the South and the insects, ticks, and spiders are out to get us. It’s safer in the house or in the water.
Not that his players were necessarily mindful of the fact, but Matt Maloney, who coaches girls lacrosse at East Hampton High School, said the team’s 13-8 win at Deer Park on April 20 was “the first time East Hampton has ever beaten them.”
“She had a phenomenal year last year and she’s having a phenomenal year this year,” Debbie DeJong, who coaches Dowling’s softball team, said Tuesday morning when asked how Jessie Stavola, East Hampton High’s former record-setting pitcher, was doing.
There wasn’t much to write home about regarding Monday’s series opener here between the East Hampton and Sayville High School baseball teams.

East Hampton High’s girls track team numbers 18, and, no, it has not won a meet, nor is it likely to, but the team’s head coach, Diane O’Donnell, hopes to qualify nine or so of her young competitors for the division meet at the end of May.
This is not the article to rehash all of the complications that ensued when historic buildings from Adelaide de Menil and Edmund Carpenter’s Further Lane estate were moved to the East Hampton Town Hall property. Anyone who has lived in the town over...