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.
Posted on 07 May 2014
Two members of the Mulvihill family, who along with MaryAnn Mulvihill-Decker, helped plan this Friday’s rededication of the Anna and Daniel Mulvihill Preserve, talk about the importance of the now public 85-acre property. By Kathryn G. Menu The rededication happening this weekend is taking place because additional acreage was added late last year to the [...]
Posted on 26 April 2014
Lois Favre, the superintendent and principal of the Bridgehampton School discusses the school board’s decision to pierce the state tax cap and the difficulties of managing school finances in the current environment. By Stephen J. Kotz The Bridgehampton School Board will ask voters to approve a budget that pierces the state’s tax cap levy. [...]
Posted on 16 April 2014
Peter Boody of North Haven, who has enjoyed a long career as a newspaper editor on the East End, but whose first love has always been aviation, talks about his new job as an assistant to Jim Brundige, the manager of the East Hampton Airport.
Posted on 09 April 2014
Sag Harbor’s Ken Dorph will discuss his experiences in the Arab world as both a business consultant and interested observer at the Bay Street Theatre’s inaugural “With My Eyes” series, sponsored with the John Jermain Memorial Library, on Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m.
Posted on 02 April 2014
The chairwoman of the Quiet Skies Coalition talks about the changing of the guard on the East Hampton Town Board, the finances at the airport and her hopes for quieter skies in 2015
Posted on 26 March 2014
The director of Stony Brook Southampton’s MFA Program in Creative Writing talks about this summer’s upcoming Writers Conference, the deadline for which to enroll is Tuesday, April 1.
Posted on 12 March 2014
The rabbi of Temple Adas Israel talks about how the temple has evolved, a educational trip to Israel and leaving the temple after 15 years.