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.
Posted on 02 July 2014
Bethany Deyermond has retired this year after a 30-year career teaching in Sag Harbor. She discusses her career and her plans for the future.
Posted on 25 June 2014
Bob Bori is beginning his fifth season as the Sag Harbor harbormaster. He discusses his job and how he prepares for the summer boating season.
Posted on 18 June 2014
Mary Anne Miller will be stepping down from the Sag Harbor School Board this year after serving two terms. She discusses that decision and reflects on her time as a board member.
Posted on 11 June 2014
Bobbie Cohen has been a resident of Sag Harbor for over 35 years. She discusses her involvement in Hamptons in Transition and some of its upcoming events.
Posted on 04 June 2014
Gordian Raacke is the executive director of Renewable Energy Long Island and has been instrumental in East Hampton Town’s decision to pledge to pursue the goal of meeting all communitywide electricity needs with renewable energy by 2020.
Posted on 28 May 2014
Laurie Barone-Schaefer has lived in Sag Harbor for the past eight years. A professional photographer by trade, Ms. Barone-Schaefer has become a dedicated Cub Scout den mother—a job that she pours her heart into, she says. She discusses the importance of scouting and the upcoming Soap Box Derby, which will take place on Sunday, June 8.
Posted on 21 May 2014
James Larocca, who spent a career in public service, including stints as a member of the New York State Public Service Commission, the board of the Long Island Power Authority, and as dean of Southampton College, reflects on his service in Vietnam with the U.S. Navy, his concerns about the plight of American veterans and his upcoming speech at Sag Harbor’s Memorial Day observance this Monday morning at the American Legion on Bay Street.
Posted on 14 May 2014
The executive editor of the Times/Review talks about the group’s three newspapers being selected as the first weeklies to be featured in the online gallery of front pages at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.