Jul 20 2018 - 11:05am

Christopher Walsh
The town board voted narrowly on Thursday night to grant an access and utility easement to Deepwater Wind, allowing the Rhode Island company to route a transmission cable from its proposed South Fork Wind Farm from the ocean beach in Wainscott to a Long Island Power Authority substation near Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton.
Johnette Howard
It takes a smart person to know his destiny when he gets a peek at it, and it takes an even bigger person to make the leap of faith once he does.
Christopher Walsh
A long-awaited effort to alleviate traffic by adding Long Island Rail Road service between Speonk and Montauk in the morning and afternoon is to begin late in the winter of 2019, officials confirmed on Tuesday.
Jamie Bufalino
Havens Beach in Sag Harbor has been inadvertently transformed into an active archaeological site following last November’s dredging of a section of the bay off Long Wharf. Along with the pumped sand came musket balls, an oil lamp, shards of pottery and porcelain, and coins that date as far back as 1875.
Christopher Walsh
It appears that there will be at least one primary election for a seat on the East Hampton Town Board on Sept. 13.
Carissa Katz
Two large measuring cups of coconut oil, shea butter, and beeswax bubbled in a water bath on the kitchen stove on Friday, as Jennifer Decker and Lisa-Jae Eggert of 3 Moms Organics sat at a dining table filling four-ounce plastic bottles with a concoction of witch hazel, distilled water, vinegar, and essential oils aimed at repelling one of nature’s most feared pests.
Christopher Walsh
The East Hampton Town Board is expected to narrowly vote in favor of granting an easement allowing Deepwater Wind to bury a transmission cable from its proposed South Fork Wind Farm on a path from Wainscott to a Long Island Power Authority substation off Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton.
Jamie Bufalino
Members of the farming community were invited to a Sagaponack Village Board meeting on Monday to express their opinions on a proposed series of code changes to regulate deer fencing.
Christopher Walsh
Some 800 cyclists are expected to take part in Soldier Ride the Hamptons, which takes place on Saturday on roads across the South Fork.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Four homeless men living in the woods around Riverhead were charged with a slew of burglaries on the South Fork last week after one of the burglaries was reported to Sag Harbor Village.

Daily Grind

Sale for Haiti in Sag Harbor
The Vassar Haiti Project and Christ Episcopal Church will open a Haitian art and handcraft sale to benefit the remote village of Chermaitre in that country this weekend.
Fallout From Watermill's 'Time Bomb' Includes Many Artworks
The party is still several days away but revelers can get in on the action early by bidding online in the Watermill Center's Time Bomb auction.
LGBT Network Opens H.I.V. Testing Service in Sag Harbor
The LGBT Network has opened the first program on the East End specifically designed to combat the spread of H.I.V.

The Arts

Jennifer Landes
Hadley Vogel's eclectic background and interests include art making, exhibition space management, teaching preschool, and—in keeping with her father’s line of work—bookbinding. Her attempts to unify these metiers is already generating new hybrids.
Star Staff
“Summer Roses VIII: Love in the Garden of Dreams,” a classical concert, will take place at the Southampton Cultural Center on Sunday.
Star Staff
The Montauk Library will host “The Housewives’ Cantata Reboot,” a free cabaret concert, on Wednesday.
Star Staff
Only a few tickets remain for the inaugural Southampton Arts Center's first Architecture and Design Tour, a benefit event including a lecture and docent-led tours of Stanford White's buildings in Southampton.
Mark Segal
Joel Perlman and Karl Klingbiel at Ille; Alan Vega at Boo-Hooray; Simphiwe Ndzube and Cassi Namoda at Harper's Books; Basquiat film in Sag Harbor, and more
Mark Segal
Stories — sung or spoken, from the living and the dead — will figure in two programs at Guild Hall this week.

Food

Jamie Bufalino
More "to go" items at Hooked and Art of Eating; Chefs and Champagne next weekend, and a talk about beer at East Hampton Library
Laura Donnelly
On July 29, chefs including Jason Weiner, Claudia Fleming, Christian Mir, and Joe Realmuto will cook a dinner to honor Jacques Pepin and to benefit the Hayground School.
Laura Donnelly
Years ago, the only way I could find zucchini blossoms was to go pick my own or beg a friend with some vigorous plants to give me some.

Sports

Jack Graves
Peter Ventura, who was the runner-up at the Robert J. Aaron memorial triathlon in Montauk in June, won the Montauk Lighthouse sprint triathlon Sunday, prompting the announcer, Terry Bisogno, to hail his “resurgence.”
Jack Graves
Tyler Pawlowski, 15, of Freeport, topping 124 finishers, three-peated as the winner of I-Tri’s youth triathlon (300-yard bay swim, 7-mile bike, and 1.5-mile run) Saturday at Noyac’s Long Beach in 30 minutes and 15.35 seconds.
Jon M. Diat
In life, sometimes you win. And sometimes you lose.
Jack Graves
The players on East Hampton Little League’s 11-12 and 9-10 traveling all-star baseball teams were depressed for a minute or two after having been eliminated from contention in regional games this past week, but in no time, their coaches, Ken Dodge and Mike Hand, said, they were running the bases, sliding into home, drinking Gatorade, and chasing fireflies.
Larry Penny
On Monday afternoon I went down to the ocean beach and walked between Bridgehampton and Sagaponack. There was the usual bunch of beachgoers enjoying the sun, but what I was there for was to examine the wrack line left by recent high tides and storms, such as the tropical cyclone Chris that brushed our shore last weekend.