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TRaebeck - who has written 366 posts on The Sag Harbor Express.

Arts Editor and Education Reporter for the Sag Harbor Express. Covering the East End with a focus on arts, education and the police blotter. Twitter: @TessaRaebeck

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Galleries from Sag Harbor to South Korea Converge in Water Mill for 7th Annual ArtHamptons

Posted on 08 July 2014

Touching art is generally frowned upon, but Bob Dylan encourages it. In his sculpture, “Untitled IV, 2012-2013,” welded iron objects, many of them vintage, are configured into a giant sculpture on the wall, complete with wrenches, wheels and a lever viewers are welcome to crank.

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Sag Harbor School Board Approves Teachers Contract

Posted on 07 July 2014

At its annual organizational meeting Monday night, the Sag Harbor Board of Education approved a new teacher’s contract with the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor (TASH).

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Sylvester Manor Educational Farm Receives Historic Gift from Sylvester Family Descendants

Posted on 07 July 2014

Growing up, Eben Fiske Ostby visited his aunt Alice and uncle Andy on Shelter Island several times a year. Playing on the grounds of their family’s estate, Sylvester Manor, he had no idea that the hundreds of acres of woods, wetlands and farms would one day be his.

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John Jermain Memorial Library’s Annual House Tour Shows Sag Harbor’s Living History

Posted on 07 July 2014

Delores D’Angelo’s home in Sag Harbor isn’t particularly big or professionally decorated. She calls it her “little dream house” because it’s unique, peaceful and filled with mementos—and grandchildren.

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Sylvester Manor Educational Farm Receives Historic Gift from Descendants of the Sylvester Family

Posted on 07 July 2014

Growing up, Eben Fiske Ostby visited his aunt Alice and uncle Andy on Shelter Island several times a year. Playing on the grounds of their family’s estate, Sylvester Manor, he had no idea that the hundreds of acres of woods, wetlands and farms would one day be his.

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East End Weekend: Highlights of July Fourth Weekend

Posted on 03 July 2014

A selection of highlights of events on the East End over 4th of July weekend.

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Longtime Bridgehampton Athletic Director Mary Anne Jules Hangs Up Her Whistle

Posted on 02 July 2014

For 32 years, Mary Anne Jules has paced the sidelines at Bridgehampton School’s athletic contests, no small feat considering that Bridgehampton students often compete on East Hampton and Sag Harbor teams. After three decades of serving the small, tight-knit district as a physical education teacher and 23 years as its athletic director, Ms. Jules’s retirement was announced at the graduation of the class of 2014 Sunday, June 29.

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After Teaching Multiple Generations of Sag Harbor’s 4-Year-Olds, Sue Daniels Retires

Posted on 02 July 2014

When Sue Daniels’s 4-year-old students grow into adults and have 4-year-olds of their own, they instinctively know where to send their children for preschool: to wherever Sue Daniels is.

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League of Women Voters to Host Discussion on Voting Issues

Posted on 02 July 2014

The League of Women Voters will sponsor program on voting regulations in New York State and debate their merits on Monday, July 14.

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Summer Camp @Ross Empowers Kids With Quacks

Posted on 02 July 2014

“Pablo Picasso says,” Christopher Engel shouts, before aggressively flapping his arms and quacking like a duck. The crowd of some 250 kids gathered around him begins quacking too, perhaps to the dismay of the late Pablo Picasso.

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