editor's blog

The East Hampton Library will be turned into a terror trail on Saturday night, haunted stacks and all. David E. Rattray

A selection from carving contests past Durell Godfrey
A rower from the Sag Harbor Community Rowing Club practiced her stroke last month. Johnette Howard

Choir! Choir! Choir! in a performance at Toronto's Massey Hall. Joseph-Fuda

Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe wireless station, located in Shoreham, seen in 1904. Wikimedia Commons

Georgica Pond, East Hampton

A stormwater pipe on the ocean beach at Surfside Place in Montauk tested positive for high levels of fecal bacteria in a June 11 sample. David E. Rattray

Third House in Montauk was built in 1806, with a 1879 addition, as a cattle-keeper's residence. East Hampton Star Archive