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The Mast-Head: The ‘Done’ List

Too often we define ourselves by what we aspire to, rather than what we already have.

Sep 16, 2021
Point of View: Time to Right a Heeling Boat

When you hear corporate titans and the 1 percent rail that the Democrats’ efforts to revive the middle class in this country are “socialistic,” remember what the founding fathers said.

Sep 16, 2021
Gristmill: Book Doctors

A podcast explores the collaborative process of making a story.

Sep 16, 2021
The Mast-Head: A Conspicuous Summer

Each busy season here has its own characteristics.

Sep 9, 2021
The Shipwreck Rose: Brass Tacks

In seventh grade at the East Hampton Middle School, our math teacher taught us how to balance a checkbook by having us each run an imaginary store.

Sep 9, 2021
Gristmill: Sweet Diddly

Thoughts on fandom, time-wasting, and the “refreshment factor.”

Sep 9, 2021
Point of View: A Delight to Listen

It’s up to us, to our inner drive, not to school ties or pedagogical assessments, as to whether we straighten up and fly right.

Sep 9, 2021
The Mast-Head: Respect the Neighbors

A three-way conversation that I had by chance over the weekend inadvertently got to the root of something that underlies a lot of conflict here — resistance to change.

Sep 2, 2021
Gristmill: O Academia!

In Netflix’s “The Chair,” one of the backdrops is declining enrollment at a small liberal arts college, and an English department, if not an entire discipline, in existential crisis.

Sep 2, 2021
Point of View: A Brief for Insouciance

“I almost got court-martialed for wearing frayed cutoff shorts like that,” I said to Ed Hollander in the early going of the recent Artists-Writers Softball Game.

Sep 2, 2021
The Mast-Head: The Granola Project

One of the things that was supposed to get us through the Covid-19 lockdowns was learning something new.

Aug 26, 2021
The Shipwreck Rose: How Are You?

Do you want to know what year people stopped smiling and saying “hello” as they passed one another on the sidewalks of East Hampton? That would be the year of our Lord 1994.

Aug 26, 2021