Category | A Conversation With

Janet Grossman

Posted on 12 February 2014

The new president of the Youth Resource Center of Sag Harbor talks about the future and why this not-for-profit needs community support.

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Kenneth P. LaValle

Posted on 06 February 2014

This Friday you will be hosting your annual environmental roundtable. What are some of the key environmental issues facing the East End this year?
In prior years, we had been almost solely focusing on issues of land preservation. Two years ago, things turned very abruptly to surface water issues. How do we protect our bays, our rivers?

Jonathan McCann

Posted on 29 January 2014

The president of the board of the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) who talks about the shelter’s new veterinary mobile clinic, a van that will travel throughout the state to communities where low income pet owners are in need of spay and neutering services.

Michele Thompson

Posted on 22 January 2014

Michele Thompson is the first director of the Southampton Center, a multi-disciplinary arts center in the former Parrish Art Museum space in Southampton Village. Thompson comes to the East End from the 92nd Street Y where she is currently the director of adult education and the arts at 92Y and former director of 92Y Tribeca.

April Gornik

Posted on 15 January 2014

The Serve Sag Harbor board member talks about Cocktails & Conversation at The Corner Bar which she hosts this Sunday, January 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. as a fundraiser for the organization.

Chief Michael Sarlo

Posted on 08 January 2014

The new head of the East Hampton Town Police Department, who began his job on January 1, talks about what’s ahead in the coming year.

Larry Cantwell

Posted on 23 December 2013

The supervisor-elect of East Hampton Town will take office on January 1, 2014.

Wendy Chamberlin

Posted on 19 December 2013

The wildlife rehabilitator is the organizer of the Wildlife Preservation Coalition of Eastern Long Island, the group sponsoring an online petition protesting the Long Island Farm Bureau’s plan to hire USDA sharpshooters to cull the East End Deer herd this winter.

Erica-Lynn Huberty

Posted on 11 December 2013

The author reads from her latest work, “Watchwork, A Tale in Time” at Canio’s Books this Friday with proceeds from book sales benefiting Peconic Habitat for Humanity. The fictional story is set in an old factory — much like the Bulova building in Sag Harbor — which is undergoing renovations to become luxury condos.

Christine Epifania

Posted on 04 December 2013

The executive director of Alternatives Counseling Services talks about the 2013 Kids Exploring Healthy Alternatives Conference at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse in Bridgehampton this Saturday.