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Harbor Committee Meeting Dominated by Redwood Road Applications

Posted on 13 August 2014

It was all Redwood all the time on Monday as the Sag Harbor Harbor Committee heard five applications for wetland permits in the neighborhood.

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Elected Officials To Pressure East Hampton Town on Ending Helicopter Crisis

Posted on 13 August 2014

It was a full house at the Noyac Civic Council’s August meeting on Tuesday, as residents from all over the East End perched on desks and hovered outside open doors to hear Congressman Tim Bishop and other elected officials address the ongoing issue of helicopter noise at the East Hampton Airport.

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Toxic Tide Shows Up Early in Sag Harbor

Posted on 13 August 2014

Just weeks after blue-green algal blooms were detected in Georgica Pond, extremely high levels of the toxic rust alga Cochlodinium have emerged in Sag Harbor and East Hampton waters.

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Plastic Bag Ban Being Considered for East End

Posted on 13 August 2014

A regional ban on single-use plastic bags could be in the cards for the East End of Long Island.

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East End Experiences Lone Star Menace

Posted on 13 August 2014

The summer of 2014 has witnessed a rise in the transmission of tick-borne diseases, which has coincided with the prevalence of aggressive lone star ticks.

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Mermaids Discovered in Montauk

Posted on 12 August 2014

Before in-water surf photographer James Katsipis had even arrived at the Montauk Beach house for last Friday’s opening of “Mermaids of Montauk,” one of the show’s 18 photographs had already been sold.

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Why Here? Musicians on the Influence of the East End: Jim Turner

Posted on 12 August 2014

Why Here? is a bi-weekly series that examines why East End musicians stay local despite the quiet winter months.

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The Art of Preserving History

Posted on 12 August 2014

John Griffin is more than just the man who will lead the Southampton Historical Museum’s walking tour of the North Sea Burial Ground at 11 a.m. on Sunday, August 17—he’s a living part of the site’s history.

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East End Weekend: Highlights of What to Do August 8 to 10

Posted on 08 August 2014

Here’s our list of things to do on the East End this weekend, because no one’s going to honk at you at an art gallery.

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Review: “My Life is a Musical” at Bay Street Theater

Posted on 08 August 2014

The musical is one of those things that theatergoers either love or hate. For some, there’s nothing more transcendent than immersing themselves in the combination of spoken dialogue, singing, acting and dancing. For others, the entire construct rings false, somewhat hokey and attempts and fails to push beyond the limits of suspending disbelief.

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