The Shinnecock Nation advised residents of a possible active shooter on the nation's territory following a fatal shooting there Friday morning.
East Hampton straddled two worlds in the summer of 1969. In one of them there was Vietnam, the moonwalk, Woodstock, the Manson murders, Stonewall, the civil rights movement, and war protesters. In the other world, a small beachfront town was still small enough that almost everyone knew everyone else, for nine months of the year anyway.
To many residents, the East Hampton Library means a maze of books and helpful librarians tucked into gorgeous architecture, with $1 coffee to boot. Behind the stacks, a little secret helps make it all possible: Amazon.
Generational solidarity is essential to addressing the climate emergency civilization faces, according to the teenage and adult panelists at the first Hamptons Institute panel discussion of 2019, “The Youth Climate Movement Could Save the Planet,” on Aug. 5 at Guild Hall in East Hampton.