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East End Trail Blazers Recruiting Local Youth For New Cross-Country Mountain Biking Team

by Anastasia Lennon
Posted: 2 hours ago
Top Stories - "It's a great opportunity for kids to try a sport they may be unfamiliar with," says East End Trailblazers Team Director Jason Lucas.

Sixty-Something: Springtime On The East End Never Gets Old

by T.J. Clemente
Posted: 2 hours ago
Top Stories - There is no way you could read this column and not appreciate your next walk on that first quintessential spring day of this new year a bit more.

Love The Island Launching "Artists Erasing Hunger" To Aid In The Fight Against Food Insecurity On Long Island

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "When you learn that LI Cares delivers food to over 284,000 food insecure people on Long Island a year - it's hard to smile," said Jim Rowe.

The Spur Launching STEM Based Education Program

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "We have created i-kids to fill this void and ensure our kids have the right building blocks to be tomorrow's innovators," Ashley John Heather said.

Sixty-Something: The Hikes And Trekking Through Life

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Seeing things just around the bend is something of a theme for my sixty-something years on earth.

Video: Annual Skate-A-Thon For Katy's Courage Glides To Success At Buckskill Winter Club

by Thomas Iden (Video)
Community News - "The community support has been phenomenal," Jim Stewart, Katy's Courage co-founder, told Hamptons.com.

Hallockville Museum Farm To Celebrate National Quilting Day With Free Tours, Demonstrations, And Special Presentations

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "Women enjoy making handmade gifts for family and friends, the fellowship of the craft, and sharing experiences and stories," said Connie Klos, leader of Hallockville Museum Farm's Quilt and Stitch Group. "I enjoy sharing what I know with others since it helps keeps my creative ideas flowing. Ensuring that the traditional needle arts is passed to the next generation is important."

INTERVIEW: Jason Belkin On The Ellen Hermanson Foundation's "Denim & Diamonds," What's Brewing Up At Hampton Coffee Company, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We live here all year, our staff lives here all year and there's people in need here the whole year," Belkin told Hamptons.com about the Foundation.

Explore The Stars At SoFo On International Planetarium Day

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "A universal timeless experience is to look at the night sky. It is in a way to touch eternity with your eyes and imagination," reflected Andrea Pisacano.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Recognizes March As Colon Cancer Awareness Month

by Anastasia Lennon
Top Stories - "It is important for patients to focus on health rather than on disease and illness. They should go to the doctor to stay well--not just to get well. Getting a colonoscopy is part of that equation," said Steve Georgopoulos, MD, a Gastroenterologist at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Op Ed: School Superintendents Appeal for Action

Top Stories - The murder of 17 students and teachers in the corridors of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, by a gunman armed with an AR-15 assault rifle is one more episode in a series of violent acts targeting our nation's youth.

Sixty-Something: Vacations, Mementoes And Souvenirs

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Why is it on vacations, tropical drinks, taste better than they do in the summer?

2018 Hamptons And North Fork St. Patrick's Day Parades

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - This year the luck of the Irish is definitely on your side because you can celebrate St. Paddy's Day every weekend in March.

Sixty-Something: Greatest Achievement Of All Time- The First Moon Landing

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - If you are sixty-something you remember the JFK assassination, President Nixon and Watergate, Woodstock, Martin Luther King's assassination, the Vietnam War and the Beatles invasion. All this stuff happened in a 10-year span.

East End Students Adding A Fun Twist To Scrabble During Annual "FUN"Raiser

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "You'll be able to buy a vowel, sneak a peek at a word list or get an expert tip while helping teams from Hampton Bays, Westhampton Beach and East Quogue Schools on their way to the North American School Scrabble Championship," said Kathy Hummel.

Katy's Courage Hosting Seventh Annual Hamptons Skate-A-Thon Benefit

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's a great event for children and families!" Jim Stewart, co-founder of Katy's Courage's, shared.

VIDEO: Sag Harbor's HarborFrost 2018 Brings Fire, Ice And Fireworks To The Hamptons

by Thomas Iden (Video)
Community News - "This is the 8th annual HarborFrost," Lisa Field, President of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, told us, "and it's been great. Every year we just keep building on it and it just keeps getting bigger and better."

Sylvester Manor Educational Farm And Eastville Community Historical Society To End February With Annual Black History Month Event

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "I'm most excited about working with diverse panelists representing centuries old past folk art form and musicality of creating a universal humanity through the celebration of music," says Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, the panel's moderator.

GoFundMe Organized To Help Young Montauk Family Through Tragedy

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - In our present day world where fairness, justice and certainly grace seem to be lacking, it is always and forever comforting, reassuring and inspiring when a community reaches out to help a fellow citizen during a heartbreaking and tragic time.

Sag Harbor HarborFrost 2018 Schedule Of Events

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - A fire and ice themed winter favorite is about to take over the East End.

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