Archive | August, 2012

Carmela Heffron

Posted on 30 August 2012

Carmela (Millie) Heffron died on August 8, 2012 in Farmingdale, L.I. at the age of 84.  Mrs. Heffron was born on September 9,1927. Mrs. Heffron and her husband William J. Heffron, Sr. lived in Noyac until 1988 when they then moved to Greenville, N.C. Mrs. Heffron worked at the Sag Harbor Industries in Sag Harbor, [...]

Letters to the Editor (8/30/12)

Posted on 30 August 2012

A Real Find Dear Editor, Recently it was time to say goodbye to my wonderful 18+year old Jack Russell…Corky. Some time ago a friend recommended a local Veterinarian, Dr. Pepper  of Village Mobile Veterinary Service. Having Dr. Pepper come to my home made a difficult situation easier. He explained each step, was professional and gentle [...]

Annoying (8/30/12)

Posted on 30 August 2012

The airport noise debate is heating up again on the East End. That’s because, despite the installation of a control tower at the East Hampton Airport, which was supposed to alleviate the noise situation, for many, it has apparently only grown worse. And the people of Noyac and Sag Harbor are bearing the brunt of [...]

As You Grow, So Shall You Eat

Posted on 30 August 2012

By Emily J Weitz It’s harvest time, and that means gardens across the East End are brimming with the bounty of the season. For some, this is the moment they’ve been waiting for – the reason they took the time to plant the seed, the reason they watered faithfully, the reason they cleared the weeds. [...]

Confessions of a Chef

Posted on 30 August 2012

By Anetta Nowosielska No self-respecting New York foodie is unfamiliar with the culinary wonders of Chef Marcus Samuelsson, the owner and executive chef of Red Rooster Harlem, winner of Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters,” and the title holder for James Beard Foundation NYC’s Best Chef. Samuelsson’s skills were on full display one evening back in June at The Backyard Restaurant [...]

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Alex Olinkiewicz

Posted on 30 August 2012

Alex Olinkiewicz, whose YouTube video “In My Mind” shares what it’s like to have Asperger’s syndrome. Olinkiewicz, 21, has just published “In My Mind: A Journey Through My Life With Asperger’s/Autism” a book written through recorded interviews in collaboration with Dr. Richard O’Connell, Ed.D. Olinkiewicz will be at The American Hotel in Sag Harbor Saturday, [...]

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Come Labor Day

Posted on 30 August 2012

Come Labor Day we are just plum Hamptons-ed out. Not another fundraiser, not another flown-in burrata delicately drizzled with basil infused EVVO preempting a pan seared branzino, not another Alec Baldwin, Billy Joel, Edie Falco, Nathan Lane or Sarah Jessica Parker sighting, not another paddle for charity board race, spin class, juice bar mash up [...]

Dreamy on Main Street

Posted on 30 August 2012

By Emily J Weitz Sylvester and Co. touts itself as a contemporary general store, and when you really think about it, it is. You can get everything from a bar of soap to a cup of coffee, from bath towels to cookies to shoes. The only difference between Sylvester and Co. and the wood-paneled general [...]

Baron’s Cove Dining Unnerves Neighbors

Posted on 30 August 2012

The specter of Rocco’s, the former nightclub where the now defunct West Water Street condominium project sits, remains a strong force in Sag Harbor. This was evidenced as a proposed restaurant with a bar next door at a reimagined Baron’s Cove Inn drove scores of neighbors to the Sag Harbor Village Planning Board meeting on [...]

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“Real Life Heroes” Aid in East Hampton Plane Crash Rescue

Posted on 30 August 2012

By Amanda Wyatt; Photography by Michael Heller Call it coincidence, or call it fate: When Craig Schum pulled up to East Hampton airport on Sunday, he just happened to have his Superman wallet in the backseat. Today, the Brooklyn-based baker is being lauded a real-life hero. Schum, along with airport workers Jack Gleeson and Michael Norbeck, [...]