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The Way It Was for November 11

125 Years Ago1896

From The East Hampton Star, November 13

 

 

Nov 10, 2021
Bittersweet Dispatches From Away

Is there life after East Hampton? The answer is a slightly bittersweet "yes," according to several longtime residents -- and very active community members -- who have moved away over the last couple of months.

Nov 4, 2021
Library Item of the Week: The Chalet Off James Lane

A postcard from the Harvey Ginsberg Postcard Collection shows the house known as "the Chalet" off James Lane in East Hampton.

Nov 4, 2021
Exposing Inequalities Is the Mission

Nia Dawson, 22, Black, and a third-generation Bridgehampton native, found herself in the midst of what she believed was a racially-fueled incident outside the Sag Harbor Launderette in August. Angered, upset, but not shocked, it led her to galvanize family members, friends, and notable figures in the community to form an organization called Exposing Inequities in the Hamptons.

Nov 4, 2021
A Farm Aims for Year-Round Connection, Seeks Worker Housing

With a new effort to operate year round, a recently launched virtual store, and a decision to provide housing for some of its employees, Share the Harvest Farm is hoping to make a greater connection with the community it serves.

Nov 4, 2021
The Way It Was for November 4

125 Years Ago 1896

From The East Hampton Star, November 6

 

Nov 4, 2021
Veg and Elixirs for Food Pantry

When he began donating such Tapovana Lunch Box offerings as vegetarian curries, soups, chutneys, coconut quinoa rice, and hydrating elixirs to the Bridgehampton Child Care Center's food pantry in January, Corey De Rosa, who has been working out of a fully-remodeled kitchen at the Bridgehampton Community House since January, wondered how the South Indian food would be received.

Nov 3, 2021
The Way It Was for October 28

From The East Hampton Star this week in 1896, 1921, 1946, 1971, and 1996

Oct 28, 2021
Static for Sag Cell Tower Plan

A proposal to replace the WLNG radio tower in Sag Harbor Village with a cellphone tower is facing fierce opposition from neighbors.

Oct 28, 2021
A New Face at St. Luke’s Church

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton welcomed a new curate last month. The Rev. Joseph L. Cundiff IV has been assisting the Very Rev. Denis C. Brunelle for almost eight weeks now in an apprentice position.

Oct 28, 2021
On Call: The Latest on Booster Shots

While new recommendations released last week on Covid-19 booster shots for at-risk populations are not a broad suggestion that all vaccinated people get a booster, they do extend the recommendation to a great many people.

Oct 28, 2021
Anchors Aweigh for Quarty, Hagan

Kimberly Quarty and Damon A. Hagan of East Quogue were married on Sept. 25 at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.

Oct 28, 2021