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Struggling on the Mat

Posted on 18 January 2013

Pierson senior Dana Harvey wrestled for East Hampton against Shoreham-Wading River on January 9. Both Harvey and East Hampton, which traditionally boasts wrestlers from Pierson every year, lost to Shoreham, one of the best teams in League VI, with an overall score of 58-22. Pierson’s most successful wrestler this year has been Kevin Heine, who [...]

Deadly Hurricanes Past and Future

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Richard Gambino Hurricane Sandy killed 143 people — 69 in the Caribbean and 74 in the U.S. Its strongest winds measured 110 mph in Cuba and 90 mph in the U.S. Contrast this to a hurricane in October 1780 that killed more than 20,000 people, in the Caribbean, whose population was then a small [...]

UPDATE: Lady Whalers Earn Spot in Playoffs

Posted on 26 October 2012

Players from the Pierson-Bridgehampton field hockey team we’re “jumping for joy” Friday morning, according to their coach, Shannon Judge, after word came down from the Section XI Seeding Committee that the Lady Whalers had earned a playoff exemption to face Southampton in The Suffolk County Class C Championship game on November 6. Judge said the [...]

HarborFest Guide 2012

Posted on 24 August 2012

HarborFest Guide 2012   To reserve space in the HarborFest guide, please fax in the form below to 631.725.1584 or email bvila@sagharboronline.com. harborfest contract 2012 printable version If you need more information about the guide or about the available ad spaces, call Renée at 631.725.1700.  

Coming Home to the Wallflowers

Posted on 13 July 2012

By Emily J Weitz Jakob Dylan was born to write songs, and he has just whipped up his first new batch in seven years. The Wallflowers are on their way to Westhampton Beach fresh out of the studio, having just completed their new album. After the independent journeys each of them has taken since their [...]

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Eye the Environment

Posted on 13 July 2012

By David McCabe The Sag Harbor Citizen’s Advisory Committee turned its attention to the environment at the group’s meeting on Sunday afternoon, discussing septic systems, recycling centers and illegal off-road vehicles. John Linder, the outgoing chair of the CAC, asked the committee to consider ways in which members could help the village preserve the sustainability [...]

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Escaping to Video

Posted on 29 June 2012

By Emily J Weitz Long Island, and in particular the East End, has a history as a place of escape. Whether it was the Fitzgeralds summering on the North Shore or Jackson Pollock seeking solitude in the Springs in East Hampton, this spit of land has long carried people from the bustling city to the [...]

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Meal is a Toast to Local Foods

Posted on 22 June 2012

By Emily J Weitz The idea of getting closer to the source is not a novel one any more. In its fourth year and growing strong, the Eat/Drink Local Festival is proof of this. What began as an inspired thought from the offices of Edible magazine has grown to include hundreds of small businesses around [...]

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At the Design District’s Heart

Posted on 15 June 2012

By Emily J Weitz When Natasha Esch, a designer whose work has been featured in magazines like Elle Décor, laid her eyes on a run-down building on Madison Street, she saw the potential to help create an epicenter of design. She proclaims the area where Main and Madison split the East End’s Design District, and [...]

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Paw Prints 6/13/12

Posted on 15 June 2012