Archive | January, 2011

Airport Degradations

Posted on 24 January 2011

Julie Penny OUR TOWN The Sag Harbor Express January 8, 2011 By Julie Penny “The man who trades freedom for security does not deserve nor will he ever receive either” – Benjamin Franklin During the holidays I drove to the airport feeling two parts defiance, one part dread, one part anxiety as I had no [...]

Winter Wonderings

Posted on 24 January 2011

By Paige Patterson I am an excellent dreamer. I am a girl filled with imagination. I can see how things will be and picture them with utter and complete believability. So for me winter is a time filled with reckless color, and swathes of possibilities. I see how it will look when I scatter dahlias [...]

A Place for Kids to Play

Posted on 24 January 2011

By Georgia Suter “I had thought about this idea a couple years ago,” says Scott Rubenstein, owner of East Hampton Indoor Tennis and inventor of the ever-growing child care play space at the facility, Hampton Kids. “Just hearing parents on the weekends that wanted to be able to play tennis. I heard one parent talking [...]

Debate Rages Over Vaccine Blamed for Autism

Posted on 21 January 2011

East End By Kathryn G. Menu As a pediatrician who has served the East End for decades, Dr. Gail Schonfeld said the release of a 1998 case study in the medical journal The Lancet suggesting there could be a link between autism and gastrointestinal problems in autistic children and the measles, mumps and rubella immunization [...]

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Taste Testing Their Way to a Healtheir Lunch

Posted on 21 January 2011

By Claire Walla In between lunch periods, when the Pierson High School cafeteria was in a relative lull, three parent volunteers placed small plastic cups up in single-file lines on top of a folding table in a corner of the room. They then filled the bottoms of the cups with cherry lemonade and apple-grape-flavored juice, [...]

Kids Find Good Work Makes Good Karma

Posted on 20 January 2011

By Joan Baum Karma Kids, a non-profit charitable art initiative based in Sag Harbor, is holding a Karma Kids Dance Party on January 30 at the Ross School that it hopes will raise not just money but awareness. Though barely a year old, the organization, founded and directed by Ross School parent Samantha Christie, in [...]

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Whalers’ Defeat Bees, Claim First Win

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Benito Vila & Jacob Sisson It’d be easy to describe any basketball game in the Bridgehampton gym as a back and forth affair; the court, known as “the Hive”, is smaller that the one in the Sag Harbor Elementary school. Oftentimes the close confines are all the Killer Bees need to sting a visiting [...]

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Ladies Rout the Royals

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Jacob Sisson The Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers (4-6, 4-0) pushed ahead with their undefeated Suffolk County League Eight record, routing the Port Jefferson Royals (0-5, 0-3) at home 67-19. Four Lady Whalers scored in double digits, led by senior forward Samantha James with 13. Nina Hemby followed closely with 11 points while Sarah Barrett and [...]

Forged Check Leads to Felony Arrest

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Claire Walla Last Sunday, January 16 Sag Harbor Village Police arrested Richard Klein, 67, of East Hampton on five felony counts — including two counts of grand larceny in the third degree — and one misdemeanor charge related to a Scheme to Defraud his then employer, the Sag Harbor Express. Klein was arraigned in [...]

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Spicing Up Winter of the East End

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Annette Hinkle Cardamom, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, tamarind and clove. These are the enticing flavors of Indian cooking — which, as aficionados of the cuisine know, is pretty much impossible to find here on the East End. But Pallavi Ghayalod is looking to change that, one cook at a time. Ghayalod, grew up near Mumbai, [...]

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