Archive | October, 2008

Got Ghosts? The John Jermain Library just might….

Posted on 30 October 2008

By day, the John Jermain Memorial library is a bright and bustling place. But when the sun goes down, it’s a different story. That’s when, some people say, the ghosts come out. The basement in particular has been a focus of suspicion when it comes to activity. It is also the only way out for [...]

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Spy Tall Ships on the Horizon

Posted on 30 October 2008

Sag Harbor’s history as a port that has welcomed sailing vessels of all stripes  — from clippers and schooners to brigs and barques — is a good reason, some believe, for the village to host a tall ship or two (or more) next year. Thad Koza of the American Sail Training Association (ASTA) spoke to a [...]

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Assault Against Vehicle Leads To Criminal Mischief Charge

Posted on 30 October 2008

A Sag Harbor woman is facing a felony criminal mischief charge after she allegedly struck a man’s vehicle with her hands and feet causing an estimated $2,203.81 in damage. On Thursday, October 23 at 4 p.m. Sag Harbor Village Police received a compliant from a Sag Harbor resident, reporting that that Dawn Burgeaud, 36, of [...]

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Fixing House’s “Eyes” On ARB Agenda

Posted on 30 October 2008

The replacement of a column and windows at a historic Suffolk Street home is on hold, following a discussion in front of the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board on Monday, October 27 where the board encouraged owner Howard Kanovitz to look into restoring the windows of the residence rather than replace them. [...]

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East End Digest – October 30

Posted on 30 October 2008

Southampton Hospital Honors Hughes Evelyn Hughes, a lead housekeeper in the Environmental Services Department has been chosen as the hospital’s Employee of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2008. Hughes’ selection was celebrated at a luncheon in her honor, where Human Resources Vice President, Paul Davin, presented her with a trophy recognizing her achievement. [...]

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John Musnicki

Posted on 30 October 2008

The website, logo, ad designer and master of pumpkin carving on the secrets to carving a great pumpkin, and why imperfect pumpkins are perfect. We know that you have been a huge advocate for of the pumpkin carving contest of the lions club in Bridgehampton, When did you start getting really involved pumpkin carving? I [...]

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The Summer of Brotherly Love

Posted on 30 October 2008

  Life in San Francisco in the mid 1960s was the stuff of legends. Ground zero for the counter culture movement, the corner of Haight and Ashbury came to signify the arrival of everything from free love, flower power and rampant drug use to war protests and serious rock and roll. It was a time [...]

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The Freedom Trail: Memoir recalls a movement

Posted on 30 October 2008

For decades, Southampton’s Bob Zellner has been a champion of civil rights. A speaker on the national circuit, locally, he has worked with members of the Shinnecock Nation, the Eastern Long Island Branch of the NAACP and Southampton’s anti-bias task force, to name a few.  But perhaps one of the most remarkable things about Bob [...]

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Ragamuffin Halloween Parade

Posted on 27 October 2008

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Varsity Girls Soccer vs. Smithtown Christian Oct. 17

Posted on 24 October 2008

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