Posted on 10 September 2014
The first week in September brings drastic changes to the East End, but one of the more standard of the season’s transitions is when children head back to school. Katy Graves, who started her first school year as Superintendent of the Sag Harbor School District last week, discusses her excitement about coming to Sag Harbor and her visions for her new role in the community.
Posted on 05 September 2014
Tommy John Schiavoni, a social studies teacher at Center Moriches High School, who was elected North Haven Village Trustee in June and appointed to the Sag Harbor Board of Education last month, talks about his reasons for entering public service and the goals he hopes to achieve.
Posted on 27 August 2014
A graduate of Sag Harbor’s prekindergarten program, Toshi Shiga is on the verge of entering kindergarten at Sag Harbor Elementary School on Wednesday, September 3. A lover of the Ninja Turtles, video games and girls, Toshi grew up in Sag Harbor—and some would argue that he’s still growing. He discusses his plans for the first day of school, kindergarten and looming adulthood.
Posted on 20 August 2014
Shanette Barth-Cohen is the executive director of the Hampton Classic. She discusses her involvement and what the famous horse show has in store this year. How did you get involved in the Hampton Classic? Well, this is my ninth year as executive director. In horse sports I was a kid who rode and competed here [...]
Posted on 12 August 2014
Kelly Dodds is the founder of the Sag Harbor American Music Festival. Now in its fourth year, 2014′s festival will take place the weekend of September 26 and 27, with a village-wide celebration of the roots of American music.
Posted on 07 August 2014
Peter Kazickas of Amagansett was recently named to the All-State NABC Good Works Team for his volunteer work with Hoops 4 Hope, a nonprofit organization that supports youth development in South Africa and Zimbabwe through mentorship and basketball.
Posted on 30 July 2014
Julia Motyka (right), director of education at Bay Street Theater, and summer intern Megan Minutillo (left), are the driving forces behind Bay Street’s expanded education and camp programming this summer. They discussed their backgrounds and some of the exciting options there are for budding thespians on the East End from now until Labor Day.
Posted on 23 July 2014
By day, Paula Brannon works as an accountant clerk for Sag Harbor Village, but for the past decade she has also been the musical theater director for Pierson Middle-High School. She discusses some of the work that she has done in this capacity, and an upcoming fundraiser for Pierson’s Performing Arts Scholarship.
Posted on 16 July 2014
Ina Garten, sometimes known as the Barefoot Contessa, has been on the East End for over 35 years. She discusses her current work and her involvement in an upcoming fundraiser for the EAC Network Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center at the Pat & Mary Bagnato Place for kids (CAC).
Posted on 09 July 2014
Dieter von Lehsten first visited the East End in 1969 and has owned a house in Southampton for 25 years. Since his retirement he has been a part of the Southampton Sustainability Advisory Committee and now serves as its co-chair. He discusses Southampton Town’s sustainability problems, plans and the potential solutions.