Archive | May, 2011

GOP Picks Nuzzi To Lead its Ticket

Posted on 25 May 2011

By Claire Walla Sending shock waves through the Town of Southampton, the town’s GOP Party announced last Wednesday, May 18 that headlining its Republican roster for town board elections this coming November will be current councilman Chris Nuzzi who the party has tapped as its candidate for supervisor. Nuzzi, who as of press time had [...]

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Monster of Folk Finds His Way to MTK

Posted on 25 May 2011

By Kathryn G. Menu In 2009, shortly after the release of his last solo studio album “Hold Time,” Matthew Ward – known as M. Ward – told Duff McDonald of Vanity Fair that fame and money were no friends of his. “I learned a long time ago that fame and money is not a ticket [...]

Refer to Zoning for Barons Cove Dining

Posted on 25 May 2011

By Kathryn G. Menu The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals will have to weigh in on whether or not a proposed 80-seat restaurant at the Baron’s Cove Inn on West Water Street is allowed at the property, according to village attorney Anthony Tohill. During a Sag Harbor Village planning board meeting on Tuesday, [...]

Independence Party Taps Cohen for Supervisor Seat

Posted on 25 May 2011

By Kathryn G. Menu The East Hampton Independence Party has endorsed Zachary Cohen to run for town supervisor on its party line, passing over incumbent Republican supervisor Bill Wilkinson in what Independence Party Chairwoman Elaine Jones called a “difficult” decision. Cohen, a resident of Springs, is also running on the Democratic ticket with town board [...]

What They Have to Say: Teen Writers Read from their Work

Posted on 24 May 2011

By Emily J Weitz Writing is a solitary endeavor. Sometimes, so is high school. But for a group of Pierson kids drawn together by the Jeanette Sarkisian Teen Writing Workshop, writing has come to mean friendship, collaboration, and undying support. In the octagonal front room of the John Jermain Library, we met weekly. We gathered [...]

Obituaries 5.19.11

Posted on 24 May 2011

Kathleen Thompson Parrish Kathleen Thompson Parrish, beloved mother and friend, died peacefully in her North Haven home on Tuesday evening, May 17, 2011. She was 93 years-old. Mrs. Parrish was born August 23, 1918 in San Francisco, California. She attended Stanford University and in 1943 joined the Red Cross. While training in Washington, D. C., [...]

The Spears of Spring

Posted on 24 May 2011

By Lauren Chattman On Mother’s Day, my family treated me to lunch at my favorite North Fork restaurant. Because I am often thinking of what I’ll be eating for dinner even as I am on my way to lunch, I insisted that we stop at a farm stand on the Main Road in Southold to [...]

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Letters to the Editor 5.19.11

Posted on 24 May 2011

Not Science Fiction Dear Bryan The 1958 sci-fi flick The Attack of the 50-Foot Woman was hilarious and kitsch. The film adaptation of Ted Hughes’s novel The Iron Giant was poignant and really funny. While I found both of those title characters tremendously endearing in their own special way, I wouldn’t want to see either [...]

Celebrating the Ladies Who Landscape

Posted on 24 May 2011

By Joan Baum When Cynthia Zaitzevsky, a historian specializing in architecture and landscape design, agreed to a request some years ago from Robert B. MacKay, the director of the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA), to look into a curious set of findings he and his colleagues had come across about women [...]

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Bob Kennedy

Posted on 22 May 2011

By Kathryn Menu The man hired to produce Chris Jones and Bill Collage’s MTK: Music to Know Festival this summer talks about why the East Hampton Airport is a good fit for the festival, helicopters and all, and how parlaying a youth spent attending concerts into a career as a festival producer for events hosting [...]

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