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An appraisal of Winsor McCay, an early master of animation and the most skilled and innovative newspaper cartoonist in the medium’s history, by the country’s pre-eminent scholar of animation.
Almost from the time she arrived here in 2001, Marianna Levine has been a fixture on the South Fork scene, contributing to the arts and letters of a region known for its excellence in those disciplines.
We moms gave birth! We raised up children! You think a little bit of rain is going to ruin our special day?!”
The recent weavings of Candace Hill Montgomery will launch this year's Parrish Art Museum Road Show at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum on Friday.
Hog and rosé dinner at Almond and more time for cookies at Levain this summer
The Drawing Room Gallery is celebrating its new Main Street second floor gallery with a show of three photographers.
The Hampton Theatre Company will open a production of Noel Coward's 1930 comedy, "Private Lives," written in three days while he convalesced from influenza during his travels abroad.
Open gardens, tap dancing, and music, music, music
East Hampton would have to win out in its final series with Sayville in order to make the postseason.
The South Fork Country Club’s head pro, Tim Garvin, has for a decade now been overseeing popular member trips to some of the world’s best golf courses.
East Hampton’s girls track team did well in an invitational with 11 schools here over the weekend, while Jonny De Groot made the county quarterfinals in tennis.
Coming up, Bonac boys tennis hits the countys, and girls and boys tracksters will compete at divisional meets Monday and Tuesday. All UpIsland.
When Alex Miller bought a dozen quahogs at Stuart's Seafood Market in Amagansett on Tuesday, he couldn't have guessed at the valuable prize inside one of them.

The New York State Legislature is considering a bill that would permit undocumented immigrants to apply for standard driver’s licenses. One of its co-sponsors, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., writes in support of it.
The Public Integrity Bureau of the Suffolk County district attorney's office has been notified of apparent electronic eavesdropping at the East Hampton Town Trustees' office in Amagansett.
There were bobwhites around throughout my youth on the North Fork, but today, on the South Fork too, you almost never hear their telltale call.
The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons will hold its 33rd annual Garden Fair at the Bridgehampton Community House this weekend.
East End Tick and Mosquito Control and Tick Wise Education have joined to offer the all-day symposium with leading experts in the field of tick-borne illnesses.
Got the Monday blues? Already looking forward to the weekend? Here are some items to put on your calendar in advance.