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Back the Blue in Morning, Black Lives in Afternoon

Supporters of law enforcement and the armed forces will gather in Southampton on Saturday for a Back the Blue rally at 11 a.m., and later in the day racial justice activists will march in a rally of their own, also in Southampton.

Sep 2, 2020
Mayoral Candidate Challenges East Hampton Village Voter Rolls

Arthur Graham, an East Hampton Village trustee who is running for mayor in the Sept. 15 election, has questioned the authenticity of 200 voter registrations, and is formally challenging them with the Suffolk County Board of Elections.  

Sep 2, 2020
Blu Mar in Southampton Loses Liquor License

For the second time in a week, the New York State Liquor Authority has suspended the license of a Southampton Village restaurant and bar after numerous violations of coronavirus-related regulations were observed.

Aug 29, 2020
Gyms Reopen at Long Last

After having been excluded from all four phases of the state's economic reopening plan, East End gyms and fitness centers finally began welcoming clients back on Monday with a slew of new safety protocols in place. But for those who might still be wary about returning to fitness centers, virtual and outdoor workouts continue.

Aug 28, 2020
Cuomo Slams C.D.C., Trump

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo did not mince words Thursday while speaking about the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent modification of coronavirus testing guidelines, calling the recommendation that people without Covid-19 symptoms not get tested even if they have been exposed to the virus “dumbfounding” and “really bad advice.”

Aug 27, 2020
On Call: Talking to Children About Covid-19

As parents or caregivers, it can be easy to feel like we're protecting our children somehow by being vague or even avoiding world events, but that negates the simple truth that children, while being inexperienced, are generally not dumb. They have eyes to see and ears to hear, and if your kids are like mine, they know something big is going on.

Aug 27, 2020
Video Talk on Life-Saving Station

David Cataletto will give a virtual presentation on the U.S. Life-Saving Service on Sunday from 3 to 4 p.m.

Aug 27, 2020
Ruschmeyer's Etiquette Concept Nixed Amid Scrutiny

Earlier this month, East Hampton Town intervened to stop an extravagant outdoor entertainment concept called Etiquette at the establishment; it featured music, aerial performances, burlesque dancers, and other acts, and nightclub-style lighting.

Aug 27, 2020
Ruschmeyer's Etiquette Concept Nixed Amid Scrutiny

Earlier this month, East Hampton Town intervened to stop an extravagant outdoor entertainment concept called Etiquette at the establishment; it featured music, aerial performances, burlesque dancers, and other acts, and nightclub-style lighting.

Aug 27, 2020
Recasting Sharks as Saviors of the Seas

Several East End scientists are working to dispel the persistent public perception of white sharks, which prevents understanding their importance in the ocean, and their increasing vulnerability.

Aug 27, 2020
Clam Contest to Go Virtual

The East Hampton Town Trustees set Sept. 20 as the date for their 30th Largest Clam Contest on Monday, following a debate as to how the event could be conducted amid the coronavirus pandemic, and as with so many other events in the town this year, the event will be virtual.

Aug 27, 2020
Letter to a Sag Harbor Captain at Sea

East Hampton Library item of the week: One of the more recent additions to the Long Island Collection is a group of letters written to Capt. Shamgar Slate by his wife, Maria Folger Eldredge Slate (1824-1889).

Aug 27, 2020