Archive | January, 2011

Recipes: Spicy Up Winter on The East End

Posted on 19 January 2011

TANDOORI CHICKEN 1 lb chicken tenders Marinade: 1 tsp fresh ground ginger 1 tsp fresh ground garlic 2 tbsp yogurt 1 tsp  cumin 1 tsp coriander 1 tsp lemon juice 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp  garam masala or tandoori paste Pinch of cayenne pepper 1 tsp  onion powder Salt to taste ½ tsp  oil/oil spray [...]

Alexa Lantiere

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Claire Walla Last semester, if you couldn’t find Pierson High School Senior Alexa Lantiere, chances are she was in Dr. Schumacher’s science lab studying sea sponges. An atypical way for most Pierson students to spend their free time, Lantiere was figuring out the chemical make-up of a rare sponge for a paper she wrote [...]

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Baron’s Cove to Get A New Look

Posted on 19 January 2011

Images courtesy of NY Architectural Renderings. By Kathryn G. Menu It has been over two decades since Sag Harbor’s Baron’s Cove Inn was renovated, and while it has been has been more than a year since plans to rehabilitate the aging motel were announced, last week those plans firmly took flight. During a Sag Harbor [...]

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Government Briefs: 1-20-11

Posted on 19 January 2011

Burke Building Almost Legal By Kathryn G. Menu A historic Division Street, Sag Harbor residence owned by Edward Burke, Jr. and his family will likely be converted into five legal office spaces next month following a straw poll Tuesday by members of the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals. The Burke building, as it [...]

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Obituaries January 20, 2011

Posted on 19 January 2011

Jeanne Salerno Jeanne Salerno died peacefully at her Sag Harbor home on January 14, 2011 in the comfort and company of her family. She was 62. She was the cherished wife of Frank Salerno for almost 40 years and was the loving mother of Nancy Hallock and Amy Salerno, both of Sag Harbor and of [...]

Others People Money

Posted on 19 January 2011

By Annette Hinkle There’s been a lot of talk in the news recently about the interests of Main Street versus Wall Street. Specifically, conversations have focused on how the machinations and philosophies of big financial firms don’t always translate to those of small town America. But what about when they do? What happens when the [...]

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Attempted Robbery Suspect Found

Posted on 15 January 2011

Today, Friday, January 14, Southampton Town Police Detective Division reported the arrest of Stella Vassallo, age 28, of Manorville after an investigation into an attempted robbery, which occurred at the Suffolk County National Bank in Watermill on December 31, 2010. Police reports filed immediately after the incident indicated that bank tellerSunshine Gumbs was allegedly approached [...]

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RX For Local Health Care

Posted on 14 January 2011

The medical system in Suffolk County needs treatment. By Karl Grossman The problems are numerous—many related to the situation nationwide of a health care system mainly based on a few gigantic profit-making health insurers. But there are also problems specific to this area. Take malpractice insurance. The rates of malpractice insurance in Suffolk are high—“very [...]

Pierson at Top of League VIII Hoops

Posted on 14 January 2011

By Jacob Sisson Down 3 entering the fourth quarter, the Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers (2-6, 2-0) turned to a player they have been relying on all year: Sarah Barrett. The senior guard did not disappoint, scoring all of The Lady Whaler’s seven points in the fourth quarter to lead the team to a 43-41 victory over [...]

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Boys Fall to Bears and Porters

Posted on 14 January 2011

By Jacob Sisson The Pierson Whalers (0-5, 0-3) showed steady signs of improvement against a Stony Brook team (3-1, 2-0) that entered their Tuesday night matchup tied for second place in Suffolk County’s league VIII standings. Pierson got off to a solid start, leading 12-11 after the first eight minutes of play. Two big halves [...]

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