Archive | May, 2013

Lysbeth Elting Rogers

Posted on 31 May 2013

A memorial service for Lysbeth Elting Rogers will be held at St. Andrew’s Dune Church, 12 Gin Lane, Southampton, this Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m. Rev. Peter Larsen will officiate. Family and friends are invited to 192 Highland Terrace, Bridgehampton, following the service.

Denise Menard Feder

Posted on 31 May 2013

Denise Menard Feder, 89, of Madison, N.J., passed away on Thursday, May 23, 2013. Born and raised in Paris, France, Denise came to the United States in 1949, where she lived in New York City. She lived in Madison for 45 years, spending summers at Sag Harbor. Mrs. Feder was a teacher at the Chatham [...]

John C. White, Jr.

Posted on 31 May 2013

  John Corwith White Jr. died at his home in Sagaponack on Tuesday, May 21st with his family by his side. He was 91. Mr. White, who was known as “Red” was born on December 18, 1921 to John C. White Sr. and Aulis Ena Tuthill Tillotson White. He attended the Sagaponack school through the [...]

Letters to the Editor 5/30/13

Posted on 31 May 2013

A History in the Town   Dear Editor: My name is Jeffrey Mansfield, and I have the honor and privilege of being your candidate for Southampton Town Council. My family and I have a long history in Southampton Town. My relatives have been in Quogue for over 50 years. My mother, a school teacher, and [...]

Urine Trouble

Posted on 31 May 2013

It has come to our attention that there’s something those of us who work on Main Street take for granted, but summer visitors to our fair village struggle mightily to find. And that’s public bathroom facilities. Yes, it sounds silly, trite even. But if you’re the parent of a barely toilet trained toddler enjoying Sag [...]

Expressionism Today

Posted on 31 May 2013

  Helen A. Harrison A group of local artists, joined by a guest from California, convened at the Pollock-Krasner House on May 19 to discuss the contemporary relevance of expressionism, whether abstract or figurative, and how it relates to their own work. The event, sponsored by Drs. Marika and Thomas Herskovic, harked back to the [...]

Shucking Awe

Posted on 31 May 2013

By Richard Gambino Last October 20th, I was on a 20-ft slow moving open boat with ten other adults, under the guidance of Peter Topping from the East Hampton Township Shellfish Hatchery. We tossed many handfuls of one year-old scallops, clams and oysters into areas of Napeague Bay. We enjoyed the sight of the bay’s [...]

Claus Hoie Explores a Smaller World

Posted on 31 May 2013

The watercolors of the late Claus Hoie have captured the essence of East End life. From whaling and farming to quintessential scenes of East Hampton village, his work has been shown in museums in New York and around the world.

Pilates: Summer Tune Up

Posted on 31 May 2013

On the heels of Memorial Day Weekend, all eyes are focused on the horizon: Summer. And along with the endless sun-soaked days comes a truth that can be hard to stomach: it’s bathing suit season. There is no shortage of ways to tone up your body here on the East End, from personal training sessions to cleanses. But Pilates is a method that draws strength from the core: an area of the body that is quick to pack on the pounds in winter.

One Healthy Summer Head Start

Posted on 31 May 2013

One Healthy Hamptons (www.onehealthyhamptons.com) invites residents to summer kickoff event and flywheel fundraiser on Saturday, June 1 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Flywheel Sports in East Hampton. The event is a summer kickoff spin class to raise money for Head Start. Get a flywheel workout, try health,y local samples from The Juicy Naam [...]