Archive | August, 2008

Objectives, Goals and Just Do Its

Posted on 28 August 2008

There are goals, there are objectives and then there are “just do its.” The Sag Harbor School District adopted their goals for the upcoming school year on Monday night and contrary to years past, the list is relatively small. Superintendent Dr. John Gratto described them as “overarching,” designed “to improve academic achievement, to ensure sound [...]

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Save Sag Harbor Benefit Sold Out

Posted on 28 August 2008

Like many bored teenagers, when Samanthe Lobosco, was in high school she and her friends would entertain themselves by driving around Main Street, Sag Harbor. Despite the standard jaded, teenage feelings about small-town life, Lobosco says she would never want to see the small village she grew up in morph into another Village of East [...]

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Sag Harbor Cinema Closer To Landmark Status

Posted on 28 August 2008

The Sag Harbor Cinema is just steps away from being designated as a historic landmark in the Village of Sag Harbor, but an earlier concept to landmark four buildings on the property that belonged to John and Elaine Steinbeck appears uncertain. On Monday, August 25 the village’s historic preservation and architectural review board adopted a [...]

Burglary Charge For Noyac Resident

Posted on 28 August 2008

A day after Southampton Town Police arrested a Noyac resident for a number of misdemeanor crimes — including menacing after police said he allegedly brandished a knife at numerous people on Main Street, Bridgehampton — he was additionally charged with felony burglary and felony criminal mischief. According to police, on Tuesday, August 19 police arrested [...]

Sag Harbor Comprehensive Plan Details Method Behind New Code

Posted on 28 August 2008

The Village of Sag Harbor has been in the throes of a full zoning code revision for over a year now, in part, due to increasing development pressures in what has remained a village with a small town feel, and a mom-and-pop centric downtown. News broke last summer that pharmacy giant CVS intended to set [...]

Tomato, Corn and Red Onion Salad

Posted on 28 August 2008

Ingredients: 2 large beefsteak tomatoes, 2 ears local corn, 1 medium red onion, ¼ cup balsamic vinegar, 8 basil leaves, ½ cup Roquefort cheese, Sea salt and black pepper, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard, 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, Salt and pepper to taste Preparation: Slice red onion into ¼ inch slices and place in a small sauté pan over medium-low [...]

Conserving Sea is Goal for College’s New Center

Posted on 28 August 2008

The already strong School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (SoMAS) at Stony Brook University became even stronger on Friday when the university announced plans to establish the new Institute for Ocean Conservation Science at the Southampton campus. SoMas professor Dr. Ellen Pikitch, who was named the institute’s Executive Director, called the announcement a “high water [...]


Schiavoni Explains Her Appeal as Justice Candidate

Posted on 28 August 2008

Andrea Schiavoni, candidate for Southampton Town justice, boasts endorsements from four political parties in her race against sitting judge Thomas DeMayo. Among the parties, she told the members of the Noyac Citizens Advisory Committee on Tuesday evening, are the Democratic, Conservative, Independence and Working Family, the combination of which makes her an attractive candidate. Schiavoni, [...]

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HarborFest Set to Return

Posted on 27 August 2008

The slight chill in the air the past few days has put many in the mind for HarborFest, the annual fall celebration of Sag Harbor’s maritime history. The festival will take place this year on the weekend of September 12-14 and will feature three days of contests, food tastings, historic walking tours, music and more. [...]

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The Horses Are Coming

Posted on 22 August 2008

The end of August is upon us and that means two things, tourists galore walking Main Street and horses galore jumping and prancing in Bridgehampton. The Hampton Classic Horse Show, one of the nation’s premier show jumping competitions, returns August 24 – 31. The Classic hosts exciting hunter/jumper competition from junior levels up to the [...]

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