Jan 16 2019 - 3:43pm
Judy D’Mello
Speaking with Paul Harding is like reading one of his books. He presents a lot of detail and many opinions about time, art, and the slippery nature of success.
Christopher Walsh
At a meeting on Monday, Amagansett residents and business owners decried what they called a public health emergency created by dust that has blown off the dry farm fields north of Main Street, blanketing the commercial core, and making its way indoors, sickening employees of Main Street's businesses.
Christopher Walsh
At a meeting on Monday, Amagansett residents and business owners decried what they called a public health emergency created by dust that has blown off the dry farm fields north of Main Street, blanketing the commercial core, and making its way indoors, sickening employees of Main Street's businesses.
Christopher Walsh
A lawsuit filed one year ago by the Devon Yacht Club in Amagansett that sought to bar leaseholders in Suffolk County's Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program from conducting oyster farming activity was settled last week, a county official said.
Taylor K. Vecsey
"The shed that houses that cables for the antennas on the Tower ignited," according to Mickey Valcich, the Montauk Fire Department's first assistant chief.
Taylor K. Vecsey
A traffic stop on Dec. 30 led to the biggest drug bust in recent memory in Sag Harbor Village. The defendants, who remain in jail due to the serious charges against them, allegedly had large amounts of heroin, hydrocodone pills, and marijuana in their car.
Christopher Walsh
Residents of Montauk delivered a catalog of complaints to the East Hampton Town Board at its work session at the hamlet’s firehouse on Tuesday, with year-round residents fuming that they were in the dark with respect to a hamlet study they fear is rushing toward implementation without the benefit of their input.
Christopher Walsh
When the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals meets at 11 a.m. tomorrow, it will be the first meeting in that body’s 93-year history — in everyone’s recollection, at least — with a woman as the chair.
Jamie Bufalino
Faced with challenges in the commercial district, the East Hampton Village Board decided at a meeting last Thursday to undertake a downtown commercial study.
Jamie Bufalino
Sag Harbor Village intends to use part of a 24-acre site off the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike to build an 80-by-60-foot paved parking lot, where vehicles seized by the Police Department would be stored.

Daily Grind

Young Birders Club Takes Flight at SoFo
For young birders, the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton now has a new Young Birders Club. The club, for those 8 to 18, will meet on the third Saturday of each month at various locations around the South Fork; participants do not need to make every meeting.
Grand Marshal Named
Gordon G. Ryan, an attorney in Montauk since the mid-1970s, will take on a new role in March.

The Arts

Judy D’Mello
Speaking with Paul Harding is like reading one of his books. He presents a lot of detail and many opinions about time, art, and the slippery nature of success.
Star Staff
Production design by Mark Friedberg showcases artwork by his former Springs neighbor Bill Tarr.
Star Staff
A blend of emotion and spectacle, the opera by Francesco Cilea will be simulcast at Guild Hall on Saturday.
Mark Segal
Fred McDarrah talk at the Parrish; group shows at White Room, RJD, and Grenning, and new paintings by Eric Dever in Chelsea
Mark Segal
Following a year when many men were accused of bad behavior, the Southampton Cultural Center will present Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty” beginning Friday.
Mark Segal
An interactive outdoor scavenger hunt has become an annual event enlivening Montauk with “mystery, poetry, theater, and exploration.”

Food

Jamie Bufalino
Winter specials at The Springs Tavern and Love Bites, an annual regional restaurant and catering tasting event to benefit Katy's Courage.
Laura Donnelly
A lot of my favorite cookbooks and authors are soul and Southern: Edna Lewis, Lee Bailey, James Villas, and Julia Reed.
Laura Donnelly
My friends who don't drink tend to order the same things: sparkling water or a soda full of sugar. Why not a worthy "mocktail"?

Sports

Jack Graves
Jim Stewart, East Hampton High’s wrestling coach, said before the meet with East Islip here Friday that he was still looking for some pieces with which to fill out his jigsaw puzzle — quite a few as it turns out, for the Bonackers had to forfeit in more than half the weights that day.
Star Staff
Yani Cuesta, who coaches East Hampton High’s girls winter track team, reported Sunday that her charges had done very well at the Art Mitchell invitational meet at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood earlier that day.
Jack Graves
Angelika Cruz was honored recently as the Old Montauk Athletic Club’s female athlete of the year for her top-notch triathlon finishes in 2018, an honor all the more notable for the fact that teaching, coaching, and parenting leave little time to train.
Larry Penny
One of the big birds counted in the Dec. 29 Orient Christmas Bird Count, which includes North Haven, was the female Barrrow’s goldeneye, seen by Terry Sullivan, who has been covering that territory during annual count for 26 years running.
Star Staff
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