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Sixty-Something: That Wonderful Yearly Montauk Summer Vacation

by T.J. Clemente
Top Stories - If you Google "Montauk," there is only one meaning, that being the tiny fishing village at "The End" of Long Island.

Community Comes Together To Develop Plan of Action Regarding Controversial Noyac Sand Land Mine

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - "Residents are not in imminent danger, however, this area is designated as a special ground water protection area, and if contaminated, as has been discovered, it can spread," noted Adrienne Esposito.

Hamptons "Under The Sea" Themed Family Fair Expected To Attract Over 750 Attendees

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "To celebrate our 10th annual Family Fair, we're returning to our original theme, 'Under the Sea,' which resonates with so many kids on the East End," said Steve Long.

Support Wounded Warriors By Cycling Alongside The Heroes During Hamptons Soldier Ride

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "Though you don't read about the conflicts in the papers that much anymore we know the need to support these true heroes on their transition back to civilian life is more important than ever," Nick Kraus explained.

The Best Of Greece Returning To The Hamptons This Weekend

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "It's fun for the entire family," Father Karloutsos noted. "It's a huge volunteer effort and we're just glad everyone enjoys it."

The Clamshell Foundation Dedicating This Year's The Great Bonac Fireworks In Memory Of The Krupinskis

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Ben and Bonnie will be greatly missed," reflected William Kalbacher. "The Clamshell Foundation wants to dedicate the fireworks to them and for all they have done for the community."

Sixty-Something: Nothing Is Quite Like Summertime In The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - The car windows are open and you are driving on a truly country road past wide-open farmland with a view of the Atlantic Ocean just off in the distance.

The Hamptons' Oldest Fair Spends Another Summer in East Hampton

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "Not only is the St. Luke's Fair the longest running fair in the Hamptons, but it also raises money for important local charities that serve the community. And it's great fun!" said Jeffrey Sussman.

Sixty-Something: The Five Most Romantic Outdoor Locations In The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - I believe love is a vein of energy that flows in the air like a river and when you fall into that river you feel the power of a billion suns.

Shelter Island Chamber To Hold First Annual Sand Castle Building Contest Over 4th Of July Weekend

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "Some fun in the sun, plus the Perlman Music Program's family concert prior to the event, really makes for a perfect Shelter Island day!" said Brett Surerus.

INTERVIEW: Chip Rae On The Inaugural East Hampton Library's Tom Twomey Series Garden Tour

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's just a joy to see a space that's highly developed yet also extremely comfortable to be in," Rae told us about one of the featured gardens.

Sag Harbor Historical Society To Present "'Take Me Out To The Ball Game:' The Story Of Katie Casey, Suffrage And Our National Pastime"

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "Our Friday on the Porchseries is not only fun but it is also informative-and a great time to get together with our friends, neighbors and visitors alike," said Nancy Remkus.

2018 Season At Bridge Gardens To Include New Birdhouse Auction, Live Music, Workshops, And More

by Olivia Rutigliano
Top Stories - "As the first days of summer are officially here, we are excited about offering a wide-variety of programming to the community," said garden manager Rick Bogusch.

Blue Water Task Force Releases Annual Report (2017) On Water Quality: Looks Good But Could Be Better For East End

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Unfortunately, we did see a number of high results in the ocean towards the end of the summer following heavy rain events," noted Colleen Henn.

Sixty-Something: The Brilliance Of Gardiner's Bay Sunsets Never Gets Old

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - You don't have to be sixty-something to really enjoy sunsets, you just have to look west.

2018 Hamptons Independence Day Fireworks And Festivities

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - With Fourth of July falling on a Wednesday this year, you can take part in two weekends worth of Independence Day fun in the Hamptons.

Over 1,500 Runners And Walkers Participate In 39th Annual Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Top honors for the 10K went to Linus Kiplagat who completed the USA track and field certified course in 29:45.03, a 4:47 mile pace, and the top female finisher was Birtukan Fente Alemu who completed the race in 33:40.36.

Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center Renovation Efforts Commence

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are reviving the spirit of the old cinema and making it into a state of the art cinematheque," reflected Allen Kopelson of NK Architects.

Strawless Summer Continues With East End "Straws" Screenings

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "Change starts with education. Without educating the public on the harmful effects that marine debris, including plastic straws, has on wildlife, it will continue to happen and worsen. We are able to bring awareness to the community and make a change to better the world." - Jessica Kennelly, outreach coordinator for Group for the East End.

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