The East Hampton Town Planning Board agreed to fast-track a proposal from AT&T to build a 185-foot-tall cell tower on land adjacent to an East Hampton Fire Department substation under construction in Northwest Woods, a
State Senator Kenneth LaValle, who will be 81 in May, will retire this year after serving the First District since 1976, he announced on Friday at a waterfront gathering in his hometown of Port Jefferson.
In the bleak and short days of winter, there can still be some color and interest in the garden to sustain us until spring. Holger Winenga, the horticulturalist at LongHouse Reserve, shared what he enjoys planting and seeing in the winter garden.
Edward Albee's “A Delicate Balance” has neither the savage extravagance of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” nor the psychodramatic ingenuity of “Three Tall Women.” But the production at the Southampton Cultural Center is a commendable one.
Certain figures in history are so avant-garde they often have to wait years and even decades for the world to catch up to them. The artist Louise Bourgeois is one of those visionaries. A film at the Parrish explores her legacy.
Joshua Harmon's “Admissions,” an examination of white privilege, white power, white anxiety, and white guilt, will begin a three-week run by the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue Thursday. It is directed by Andrew Botsford.
Anyone who hasn't visited "the swamp" (as Donald Trump loves to refer to the District) in the last decade or so, and perhaps plans to during election year, is in for a great surprise. At least on the culinary front, which was once defined by stuffy politico steakhouses and bland, expense-account haunts. More recently, D.C. has emerged as a gastronomic playground, a hotbed of pioneering chefs who helm small, inspired eateries that are often driven by the city's ethnic diversity.
South Fork schools have followed up on a 2019 New York State Education Department mandate requiring schools to test for the presence of mercury vapors in certain types of flooring materials, and documentation provided by the Sag Harbor and East Hampton School Districts this week showed none of the rubberlike floors in their buildings were emitting those harmful vapors.
“We are not protesters, we are protectors,” Margo Thunderbird, an elder, told a crowd that gathered outside the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum on Tuesday morning to prepare for a demonstration in front of a construction site on land that the Shinnecock Indian Nation considers the site of sacred burial grounds.
Speed-skating clinics come to Buckskill Thursday and Saturday. In boys hoops, Southold is at Bridgehampton Friday and Islip visits Bonac Saturday. And the girls winter track team will run at the League IV championship meet in Brentwood Friday evening.