Archive | July, 2008

A Tour of the Nathaniel Rogers House

Posted on 31 July 2008

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Delicious Dumplings

Posted on 28 July 2008

Epicurious.com is a website all foodies should know and love as a solid go-to source for recipes from around the world – a wealth of food knowledge for the culinary inclined if you will. For the adventurous cook, with a particular fondness for shaking things up and making dishes their own, epicurious provides a number [...]

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Ready for the Playoffs

Posted on 28 July 2008

Tuesday night marked the end of the regular season for the Sag Harbor Men’s Fastpitch Softball League. Playoffs begin Thursday, July 24 between the top four teams in the league. Sag Harbor Liquors, the defending champions, finished in first place with a record of 12-2. T & S Mott has an identical record, but has [...]

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Artist Finds Life in Music and Light

Posted on 28 July 2008

Frank Wimberley is an artist but said himself that he is not a carpenter. Still, standing outside his home on Hillside Drive East in Sag Harbor, he pointed out the ramps and levels of the porch that he designed and built. He mentioned in particular the extension he constructed in the front, a sort of [...]

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VVH-TV Report: Helicopter Invasion of the Hamptons (1)

Posted on 25 July 2008

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VVH-TV Report: Helicopter Invasion of the Hamptons (2)

Posted on 25 July 2008

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The Old Whalers Festival 1969 (Bruce Backlund)

Posted on 25 July 2008

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Some Push for a Library at Church

Posted on 24 July 2008

By Raphael Odell Shapiro At last Wednesday’s monthly board of trustees meeting at the John Jermain Memorial Library, trustee in charge of fundraising Susie Merrell was the first to broach the subject of the United Methodist Church building acquisition. In a grueling meeting that had many of the trustees sneaking glances at their watches, the [...]

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No Computer, But a Memory

Posted on 24 July 2008

Two weeks before his son Jordan was killed at a military checkpoint in the Anbar Province of Iraq in April, Christian Haerter was tinkering with a broken, laptop computer. His son shipped it back to the states in hope his father could fix it, and he did. It didn’t take his father long either. He [...]

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Whalers Push for the Playoffs

Posted on 24 July 2008

Whalers’ first baseman Evan Laude’s bat is on fire. And the timing couldn’t be better as the team is making a push for the post season. “He’s coming up big,” said Whalers’ manager Julio Vega on Wednesday. In the second game of Saturday’s double-header against the New Jersey Pilots, Laude stepped up to the plate [...]

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