Sep 20 2017 - 7:30pm

Christopher Walsh
On Saturday, for the second time in three weeks, State Department of Environmental Conservation officers boarded a Montauk-based party boat and charged anglers with possessing undersize and over-the-limit black sea bass and porgies.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Government officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Jose, which is expected to bring tropical storm-force winds and rain to the East End as early as Monday night while it passes several hundred miles south-southeast of Montauk.
T.E. McMorrow
Brian R. Callahan, a hedge fund manager who bilked his investors of some $96 million in a Ponzi scheme involving Montauk's Panoramic Resort, was sentenced Friday at the federal courthouse in Central Islip to serve 12 years in prison, with three years' supervised release.
Jennifer Landes
By the time it closes on Oct. 9, the Hamptons International Film Festival will have screened 65 feature and 50 short films from 40 countries.
T.E. McMorrow
An East Hampton man who witnesses said was riding east on a 2016 Suzuki motorcycle Thursday evening "at a high rate of speed" died following a collision with an eastbound 2015 Ford Fusion on County Road 39 in Southampton.
Taylor K. Vecsey
National Grid’s Long Island gas company is facing safety violations and major financial penalties following a two-and-a-half-year investigation into an explosion that destroyed a house under in construction in Water Mill in 2015, seriously injuring two workers.
Taylor K. Vecsey
With tears in her eyes at the thought of having to leave her parents and her three younger siblings, a young, soft-spoken 23-year-old woman quietly explained that her dreams were not very different from those of her fellow millennials, regardless of legal status.
Judy D’Mello
East Hampton High School’s media center becomes a learning commons.
Christopher Walsh
In the Democratic primary for the two East Hampton Town Board spots on the November ballot, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, at left, and Jeffrey Bragman were the winners on Tuesday, besting Zachary Cohen, who had successfully petitioned to force the primary.

Daily Grind

Star Staff
Following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the Jewish Center of the Hamptons has extended an invitation to anyone displaced from their homes in the affected areas to attend High Holy Days services here in East Hampton.
Star Staff
With Long Island under a tropical storm watch, several events scheduled over the next few days are being postponed.
Star Staff
The Montauk Chamber of Commerce is continuing its search for sponsors for the Fall Festival carousel, which costs $7,000 for two days.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Services for Allan Alvarez, a 21-year-old Pierson High School graduate who died in a motorcycle accident on Thursday night, will be held over three days, starting Saturday night.

The Arts

Jennifer Landes
By the time it closes on Oct. 9, the Hamptons International Film Festival will have screened 65 feature and 50 short films from 40 countries.
Jennifer Landes
Mary Ellen Bartley, a photographer known for her formalist photographs of books, turns her lens to the library of Big and Little Edie Beale in "Reading Grey Gardens" at the Drawing Room.
Jennifer Landes
Ryan Wallace has fashioned a career out of using byproducts and remnants from his studio to inspire paintings, sculptures, and other mixed-media works of art in an infinite cycle of re-cycling.
Mark Segal
Queen Esther Marrow has performed for Presidents Reagan, Bush Sr., and Clinton; Pope John Paul II, and in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s World Crusade, a series of civil rights rallies. Her next stop is the Southampton Cultural Center.
Christopher Walsh
A broad discussion about art — and the business of art — engaged a capacity audience on Saturday at the Amagansett Library when Randy Lerner, an Amagansett resident and art collector, interviewed the artist Dan Rizzie, who lives on North Haven.
Jennifer Landes
Enoc Perez Perez returns to Harper's Books in East Hampton with a kind of revival of the theme with completely different aims and mediums with “Nudes,” an exhibition of 15 paintings.

Food

Carissa Katz
James Lubetkin, an amateur baker who lives in Amagansett, brought home four blue ribbons and a second-place prize for baking from the New York State Fair in Syracuse, and was among seven people chosen to compete for the fair’s culinary grand prize.
Joanne Pilgrim
Rowdy Hall in East Hampton will kick off its Oktoberfest celebration with a traditional festival from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The restaurant and its courtyard will be transformed into a traditional German beer garden, with picnic tables outside and communal dining tables indoors. La Fondita, the Mexican takeout shop in Amagansett, will celebrate Mexican Independence Day by offering some specials tomorrow and Saturday.
Laura Donnelly
What happens when 13 chefs from 13 restaurants around the country come to Montauk to fish for striped bass, fluke, and bluefish, and then form three teams, prepare their catch-paired side dishes, and compete to win in their category? Crazy good food, that’s what happens!

Sports

Jack Graves
East Hampton High’s cross-country teams made their debuts here at Cedar Point Park on Tuesday, Sept. 12, in a meet with a number of other schools from up the Island, Amityville being the farthest-flung.
Jack Graves
“It’s definitely a balanced team — we’ve got depth,” Craig Brierley, the East Hampton High School girls swimming team’s coach, said after sinking Sayville-Bayport, the defending league champion (and the county champion two years ago), in an away meet on Sept. 13.
Jack Graves
Two of East Hampton High’s teams, field hockey and boys soccer, engaged in riveting battles on the high school’s turf field this past week, the boys versus Amityville, the League VI leader, and the girls versus Shoreham-Wading River, which came in as Division II’s runner-up.
Star Staff
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