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Spent Father’s Day in a Cell

An 18-year-old with a learner's permit crashed a 2002 Porsche Carrera on Saturday afternoon and was charged with misdemeanor D.W.I.

Jun 20, 2019

Strawberry season this year has been wonderful despite the rain. So far I have sampled berries from Open Minded Organics in Bridgehampton (no spray!), Pike’s in Sagaponack, and from the Mattituck Strawberry Festival.

Jun 20, 2019

Suffolk police are investigating the death of a Bridgehampton native whose body was found by the side of the road in Patchogue on Saturday night.

Jun 20, 2019

Toxic Algae in Wainscott

Wainscott Pond is among four ponds experiencing a bloom of toxic cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, the Suffolk County Health Department announced last week. 

Jun 20, 2019

Farm Stands Want Food Trucks

A proposal to allow food trucks to operate at farm stands in Southampton Town was embraced by farmers and denounced by restaurant owners at a public hearing at the town board meeting on Tuesday.

Jun 13, 2019

Trustees to Allow 'Powering' for Clams

The East Hampton Town Trustees will grant a special commercial permit to up to 10 residents to harvest soft-shell clams via a technique known as powering, or churning, between July 1 and Sept. 6 this year.

Jun 13, 2019

ARTS

The question that came to mind over and over again while watching “Maiden,” the first SummerDocs offering of the 2019 season, was “Can this really be 1989?” 

Jun 20, 2019

 “G.E. Smith’s Portraits,” now in its fourth iteration, was conceived in 2015 and produced by Taylor Barton as a series of intimate evenings featuring actors, painters, and fellow musicians. Its first concert of the year will feature Loudon Wainwright III and John Wesley Harding at Guild Hall.

Jun 20, 2019

The latest gallery arrival on Amagansett's Main Street is ARC Fine Art, an import from Connecticut with ties to the region. Adrienne Ruger Conzelman, its proprietor, has been coming to East Hampton for many years and showing art informally on the East End in pop-up spaces She has decided to formalize that relationship.

Jun 20, 2019

The Art Scene: 06.20.19

New installations of Lawrence Weiner and Stephen Talasnik at LongHouse and new shows at Ille, Rental, White Room, Ashawagh, Estia, Keyes, and Markel

Jun 20, 2019

Bits and Pieces: 06.20.19

Django Festival Allstars at Guild Hall, here comes Pianofest, "Mailing Whaling" opens at Whaling Museum, and more

Jun 20, 2019

Peeking Through the Privets

There is a sense of tangible danger in recent years on the South Fork. This peril does not derive from a murder or a slew of rip currents, although those are sobering in their own right. This precariousness stems from a material loss that carries a metaphysical threat, a loss of identity.

Jun 20, 2019

VILLAGES

It’s a worker’s market these days on the South Fork, where many business owners say the problem they’re having attracting and retaining employees has reached a critical mass.

Jun 13, 2019

LONG ISLAND BOOKS

SPORTS

Two coaches, Bill Herzog and Kathy McGeehan, two individual athletes, Emily Hren and Nicole Fierro, and the 1965-66 boys basketball and 1993 field hockey teams are to be inducted into East Hampton High School’s Hall of Fame at homecoming on Oct. 5.

Jun 20, 2019

Ryan Fowkes, East Hampton High School's best indoor and outdoor runner, and Rebecca Kuperschmid, number-one on the girls tennis team and a softball stalwart, were cited during a senior awards ceremony on June 12 at the Clubhouse. 

Jun 20, 2019

Bonac high school games will be live-streamed come the fall, and the Pierson (Sag Harbor) baseball team's postseason run ends in the semifinals of the state tourney.

Jun 20, 2019

A Kenyan Wins Again at the Shelter Island 10K

The weather was about as good as it’s ever been at the Shelter Island 10K Saturday, bright with a fortifying wind out of the southwest, a good day for the 1,000-plus finishers.

Jun 20, 2019