Archive | April, 2009

Zoning Code Talk Focuses on Waterfront

Posted on 23 April 2009

Despite roughly 40 people in attendance at what was anticipated to be the last public hearing on Sag Harbor’s new zoning code, Thursday’s meeting proved uneventful, with a third round of debates on the effect the code will have on current waterfront businesses at the forefront of the discussion. James McCrosson, commodore of the Sag [...]

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Author, Author! Young writers hone their craft at Stony Brook Southampton

Posted on 23 April 2009

Rehearsals got underway in earnest earlier this week, and as lighting technicians scaled ladders and inserted gels, costuming choices were made and the sound system adjusted. On stage, Ben Stein and Madeline Kiss, a pair of middle school students from Ross School, worked with director Stephen Hamilton on blocking as they ran through the lines [...]

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YARD News: The Kids of Summer

Posted on 23 April 2009

By Deborah Skinner for YARD Everyone loves this time of year. The days are longer, the temperature is warmer and the boys and girls of summer are playing ball in the park. The professional players have new stadiums; it is truly an exciting time. But, you don’t need to be a baseball player to enjoy [...]

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Sag Harbor Motorcade Parade, Easter 2009

Posted on 18 April 2009

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Rally People:Engines Run, Even in the Rain

Posted on 17 April 2009

When Charlie Canavan was growing up in Garden City, he spent every Easter Sunday watching hundreds of vintage and antique automobiles parade down the block.  “There were 200 to 400 cars every Easter morning. My family and all the local families would go down to watch the cars. I thought it was one of the [...]

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Moving Forward

Posted on 17 April 2009

Two years ago Mayor Greg Ferraris and Trustee Tiffany Scarlato set out to re-draft what no one can deny is an antiquated zoning code no longer able to adequately address the development of Sag Harbor. Once a sleepy, waterfront cousin to the tony Southampton and ritzy East Hampton, Sag Harbor was the “un-Hampton,” a place [...]

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Obituaries April 16, 2009

Posted on 17 April 2009

Eva Stern Eva Stern of New York City and Sag Harbor died, April 10, of lung cancer. Ms. Stern was born in Kassel, Germany on December 19, 1929 to Max Stern and Else Bachrach Stern. Her father, who helped many people escape Nazi Germany, took the family to England in 1936. Later Ms. Stern studied [...]

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ARB Approves Demolition

Posted on 17 April 2009

  by Marissa Maier Tora Matsuoka, owner of Sen Restaurant and the recently opened Phao Thai Kitchen, visited the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board on Thursday, April 9, to again discuss his sign for the Phao. Matsuoka had hoped to hang a 12 inch wide, and 5 inch thick, sign from the [...]

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The Effort of Process

Posted on 17 April 2009

By Mayor Greg Ferraris I am sure that many of you have now read last week’s Point of View column penned by Richard Gambino. While I have refrained from responding to various letters, articles and editorial opinions over my six years of public service, I felt inspired to respond and set the record straight on [...]

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Mixing it Up at the Parrish

Posted on 17 April 2009

By Marianna Levine Terrie Sultan, the director of the Parrish Art Museum, decided to do something a little different with the museum’s up-coming show, “Mixed Greens: Artists Choose Artists on the East End” which opens with a reception on Saturday April 18 at 6 p.m. Instead of presenting a traditional juried art show she decided [...]

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