This last weekend of the high season is a long one, so if you've missed out on anything thus far, now is your time to squeeze it all in.
On Wednesday, the Hamptons International Film Festival announced several films with ties to the East End, including its opening night film on Oct. 5, the world premiere of Alison Chernick’s “Itzhak,” a documentary about Itzhak Perlman, who has a house in East Hampton and a music school on Shelter Island.
Autumn Rose Miskweminanocsqua Williams of the Shinnecocks wins title.
August is Tree Check Month and the United States Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is asking the public to help it find and eradicate the invasive Asian longhorn beetle.
Although summer is winding down, there are still plenty of events to enjoy. Weekend mode is still in full force here in the Hamptons!
Those attending the 25th anniversary Hamptons International Film Festival this year should expect lots of star power, serious cinematic achievement, and some surprises.
On Wednesday, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a series of tick prevention educational forums that will be held by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. The first will take place at Southampton Town Hall on Monday at 7 p.m.
Following Friday's heavy rains, Suffolk County health officials have issued an advisory against swimming at certain beaches across the county, including Havens Beach in Sag Harbor.
Good weather seems to be in the forecast this weekend, so make the most of it with one, or maybe more than one, of these many events.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Expect delays in Bridgehampton during a PSEG-Long Island circuit trimming project, which will start Friday and run through Aug 25, weather permitting.
No art quite fits the Hamptons like Pauline Fotopoulos’s ShellArt. Ms. Fotopoulos takes shells from beaches and shops and creates one-of-a-kind pieces of art by assembling the shells in different designs.