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A Marriage Celebration in Canada

Samantha Whitmore and James Leakos celebrated their marriage on Aug. 13 at the Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada. The bride is the daughter of Alice and Wayne Whitmore of Amagansett. Mr. Leakos is the son of Mark Leakos of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and the late Wanda Leakos.

Sep 8, 2022
Gundersen and Haney Are Wed

Peter Gundersen, a son of Martha and Peter Gundersen of Amagansett, married Samantha Haney, a California native and daughter of Jane and Keith Haney of Gulf Breeze, Fla., on April 16 in Pensacola, Fla. 

Aug 11, 2022
Wed on a Ranch in Sky Valley

Evan Thomas Lightcap and Lauren Elizabeth Sanford of Cleveland were married on April 30 at the Penny Lane Ranch in Sky Valley, Calif.

Jul 14, 2022
A Montauk Lake Club Marriage

Devon Luckey, a daughter of Joanne and Thomas Luckey of Wantagh and Montauk, was married to Jaime Daniel Alava on June 25 at the Montauk Lake Club.

Jul 14, 2022
Boak and Booth Are Engaged

Moira and Robert Booth of New Hyde Park and Southold have announced the engagement of their daughter, Katelyn Barbara Booth, to David Charles McGinnis Boak, a son of Kathleen and Charles Boak of Amagansett and New York City.

Jun 30, 2022
Doctor Gibson Weds Commissioner Wright

James V. Wright of Montauk and Ralph Gibson of East Hampton were married on June 15 in a small ceremony at East Hampton Village Hall. Theirs was the first same-sex marriage conducted by Mayor Jerry Larsen.

Jun 23, 2022
They Found Love Later in Life

Love has no age limit. Neither does, which is how Robert Marshall, 93, and Anne Marshall, 88, found each other.

Jun 23, 2022
Remember, Leaf Blowers Are Regulated

Like helicopters and jets, leaf blowers have long been the bane of many a South Fork resident’s existence, each one a portable spewer of pollutants and source of ear-splitting noise. But in towns and villages alike, enough residents got angry and organized, and governments listened. Today, the use of leaf blowers is restricted across the South Fork.

Apr 29, 2022
Wild Thing

Where some see weeds, others, like Jill Musnicki of Sag Harbor, see "a hotbed of glorious biodiversity," to borrrow a phrase from The Guardian. Her front yard has been carefully cultivated into a pollinator garden with native plants undesirable to some but "a miracle" to bees, butterflies, birds, and all kinds of beneficial insects.

Apr 29, 2022
Stop and Smell the Roses

In the Northeastern United States, at least, these blossoms — whether red, pink, peach, yellow, white, or some combination of all — are at peak perfection starting in late May through June. As you stroll about, drive around town, or even take the train, here are some South Fork spots where you can find this favorite flower.

Apr 29, 2022
Making Sense of Moving

On the list of milestones that allow you, force you even, to reflect back on your life, moving is right up near the top. Efficient packing and smart planning can reduce the angst just a little bit.

Apr 29, 2022
From Fashion to Fashioning Spaces

Who better to understand the power of collaborations between brands than two women with backgrounds in the fashion industry, which seems to rely on the constant merging of brands? With 100 Design Style, Nikki Butler and Brigitte Branconnier created an interior design company that seems to strike the perfect balance between layout, light, color, tactile materials, and a connection to nature.

Apr 29, 2022