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Southampton Hospital Opens High-Tech Stroke and Heart Center

Posted on 03 April 2015

Southampton Hospital this week opened the doors to is newest addition, the Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart and Stroke Center, which includes brand new, state-of-the-art equipment and is expected to provide help for people suffering from vascular diseases from across the East End.

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Minecraft Adventures Debuts at Bay Street

Posted on 02 April 2015

Bay Street Theater has announced the first “Minecraft Adventures at Bay Street,” hosted by Mason Cohen and Miller Croke, on Sunday, April 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. Students aged 11 and older are invited but reservations are required. Only the first 10 students will be able to participate, but the afternoon will be open [...]

Women of Distinction Sought

Posted on 01 April 2015

New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle is once again seeking nominations for a woman to be recognized as a New York State Senate First District’s “Woman of Distinction.”

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Towns to Hold Mental Health Awareness Day

Posted on 01 April 2015

East Hampton and Southampton towns will once again join forces to host the 12th annual East End Mental Health Awareness Day, “Changing Times, Changing Minds,” on Saturday, April 11, from 9 to 3 p.m. at Southampton High School.

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Noyac Couple Count Its Easter Blessings

Posted on 01 April 2015

Sometimes bad things happen to good people. But Pastor Doug Kinney never lost faith, even when both he and his wife were diagnosed with cancer within four months of each other.

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Local Girl Scout Troop Sells Bricks for Mashashimuet Park

Posted on 01 April 2015

Discussions about today’s youth often range from test scores to crime rates and drug abuse, and fail to touch on the many ways young people are looking to give back to their communities.

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When Life Gets You Down, Get to The Joshua Show

Posted on 30 March 2015

Three years ago when Joshua Holden performed a 10-minute puppet slam piece in Chicago, little did he know he was on the brink of inventing a whole new life for himself. But with The Joshua Show, a full-length performance piece which grew out of that short offering, Mr. Holden has done just that. Along the way he has also found his place in the world — and being true to oneself is really what the Joshua Show is all about.

Restoring History: Inside Look at the Nathaniel Rogers House

Posted on 30 March 2015

Next Thursday, John Eilertsen of the Bridgehampton Historical Society leads a tour of the Nathaniel Rogers House in the center of Bridgehampton. This will be the public’s first peek inside the classic Greek Revival structure which, after decades of neglect, is being renovated and restored by the historical society in a joint effort with Southampton Town, which owns the property. While the exterior is looking pretty good, Mr. Eilertsen admits people may be disappointed when they see what’s inside. That’s because $2 million doesn’t go very far these days.

The Retreat’s Marisa Curto Tapped by the DOJ for Peer Review Panel

Posted on 25 March 2015

The Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women has selected Marisa Curto, Project Director at The Retreat, to be a member of the Peer Review Panel for the Disability Grant Program in Washington D.C. from March 30 to April 1. “Marisa has the unique expertise of providing underserved communities with domestic violence services. She [...]

Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor to Host Kids Vacation Theater Camp

Posted on 25 March 2015

Bay Street Theater, 1 Bay Street in Sag Harbor, will host a Kids School Vacation Theater Camp, April 6 through April 9. The camp is for children ages 8 to 12 years old and will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The cost is $315 for the week and advance registration is recommended [...]