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Hospital Cheers Emergency Annex Donors

A ceremonial groundbreaking and donor appreciation event for Stony Brook University Hospital’s new emergency center on Saturday celebrated the raising of $38 million to date toward the center’s construction, which is expected to be complete in 2023.

May 5, 2022
On the Wing: Millions of Birds on the Move

Over the next two weeks, spring bird migration will peak. Hundreds of millions of birds will fly up the country, largely south to north, in sync with blooming trees, flowers, and insect hatches. Many are attempting to reach the green attic of North America, the boreal forest of Canada, where they will breed and raise their young before reversing course in the autumn.

May 5, 2022
Rabbi Bears Witness in Poland

Rabbi Joshua Franklin of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons just returned from six days on the Polish-Ukrainian border with a delegation of American and Israeli rabbis where in addition to bringing supplies and providing hands-on aid, his main goals were to listen to the stories of refugees, offer them support, let them know that the world hasn’t abandoned them, and to ultimately bring the stories back home to the people of East Hampton.

Apr 28, 2022
The Way It Was for April 28, 2022

From the bicycle craze of 1897 to the 1997 failure to “forestall the transportation ills that plague the rest of the Island,” it happened here.

Apr 28, 2022
Abuzz About Pollinator Pathways

What are pollinator gardens and why are so many people talking about them right now? The idea, according to the organizers of the Pollinator Pathway movement, is to manage backyards without pesticides and with native plantings so they can connect with parks and preserves, creating a sort of bird and insect “refuge corridor,” an "archipelago" of habitats.

Apr 28, 2022
East Hampton’s First Modernist House

This photograph shows a 1937 house, once at 81 Dunemere Lane, that “shook” East Hampton as it was “not traditional.”

Apr 28, 2022
Item of the Week: The Circus Comes to Guild Hall, 1954

This image shows visitors lining up outside to experience Joe Gangler’s Pink Lemonade Circus, performing on July 8, 1954, in Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater.

Apr 21, 2022
A Foundation to Help Addicted Kids

The modern multiplicity of teenage troubles: anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, overstuffed schedules, social media, self-medication, drugs, alcohol, all of that. So said a father, resolved and knowing, about his son who had struggled with many of the above, but who came through on the other side, ready to alter the bumpy course of his short life. Then, sober for about a year, living independently, about to return to college, a diabolical twist of fate: He experienced a major epileptic seizure and cardiac arrest in his sleep.

Apr 21, 2022
The Way It Was for April 21, 2022

From the day in 1922 when Long Island duck growers ate turkey at John Duck's restaurant, to another Health Department inspection of Grey Gardens in 1972.

Apr 21, 2022
On the Wing: A Poet’s Favorite Bird

While the song is the sparkling characteristic of the hermit thrush, I also appreciate its muted appearance. We can’t all be cardinals.

Apr 21, 2022
Virus Numbers Are Rising Again

“We are going to continue to be open for the foreseeable future,” said Dr. Jason Cavolina of CareONE Concierge, which provides Covid-19 testing for East Hampton Town at the former Child Development Center of the Hamptons. The decision reflects yet another uptick in transmission of the virus.

Apr 21, 2022
On Sustainable Landscapes

A panel discussion on sustainable land care will happen on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at The Church at 48 Madison Street in Sag Harbor.

Apr 21, 2022