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On the Water: The Oyster and Scallop Whisperer

Kim Tetrault, the longtime chief oyster guru at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Center in Southold, tends oysters hatched in late March and scallops still too tiny to be seen without a microscope.

Jul 8, 2021
Former Derby Pro Rolls Out Skate Night at Clubhouse

Samantha Duane of East Hampton certainly skates through life, and this summer, she's inviting other people to join her for friendly skate gatherings that the ex-roller derby pro hosts Monday nights in the parking lot of the Clubhouse off Daniel's Hole Road.

Jul 7, 2021
The Outdoor Agenda 07.02.21

Opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and bask in the beauty of the East End are plentiful in the upcoming days.

Jul 2, 2021
Collegiate Baseball’s First Woman Is Playing for Whalers

The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League's Sag Harbor Whalers are fortunate to have solid catchers on the roster of 27 this season, and one of them, Marika Lyszczyk, has notched a lengthening series of firsts in baseball.

Jul 1, 2021
On the Water: From Head to Tail

Rarely a week goes by when I don't receive a question from friends or readers about what to look for when buying fish. It's really a rather basic question to answer. Read on . . .

Jul 1, 2021
Bonac’s Mascot and Senior Class President on Wading In

After a concussion ended his high school baseball career, Jake Epstein became Bonac's biggest cheerleader. "I couldn't play sports, but there was nothing stopping me from waving a flag and screaming," said the class of 2021 president.

Jul 1, 2021
An Evening of High School Awards

In an athletic awards dinner held recently at the Clubhouse, Matthew McGovern and Bella Tarbet were cited as winners of the Paul Yuska Award, given to the best athletes of East Hampton High School's senior class, and the latest Hall of Fame picks were recognized.

Jul 1, 2021
The Outdoor Agenda

Want to get outside? Here are some upcoming activities that promise to satisfy your thirst for the outdoors. 

On Saturday, the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society invites hikers to explore the numerous trails of Amagansett’s hilly and shaded Stony Hill area, featuring glacial kettles and a mature beech forest. Those interested are to meet on Red Dirt Road (1/4 mile east of Accabonac Road) at 9 a.m. More information is available by calling 212-769-4311. 

Jun 25, 2021
On the Water: Dockside Pulse Quickens

Walking along the weathered docks of Montauk Harbor on Saturday morning, it was nice to see that a great many boats, both of a commercial and charter/open craft nature, were out to sea on a warm, breezy day. Fishing is a tough business in good times, but it was an even greater challenge during the pandemic to secure much-needed income. Thankfully, that seems to have changed.

Jun 24, 2021
Shelter Island 10K Leads the Way

The wind off the water felt good on a hot and humid Shelter Island 10K race day Saturday, more than one runner said, and it also felt good to be racing unrestrictedly again after the year-plus-long coronavirus-imposed hiatus.

Jun 24, 2021
14-Year-Old Surfer Wins National Title

It was Noah Avallone's first time surfing in California, but he quickly got used to it on his 9-foot-3-inch Paul Surf longboard, taking the West Coast and Hawaiian surfers in his age group unawares.

Jun 24, 2021
Y.M.C.A. Hurricanes Making Waves

Tom Cohill, the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter's aquatics director, thinks its youth swim team, the Hurricanes, is "the best pound for pound in the state," which was borne out in a meet with Huntington last week.

Jun 24, 2021