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Early Spring Explorations With Group For The East End

Main Articles - The Group for the East End has announced Build A Nest Box event.


Upcoming Explorations With Group For The East End

Main Articles - The Group for the East End has announced some upcoming events.


DEC Announces Tentative 2010-2011 Migratory Game Bird Hunting Seasons

Main Articles - New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis announced the tentative schedule for many of New York's 2010-2011 migratory game bird seasons.


As The Bird Flies

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - Editor's Note: One of our readers who enjoys bird watching wrote us regarding some of the activities happening among the feathered set.


As The Birds Fly Again!

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - Editor's Note: Our favorite bird watcher has submitted another update for our readers to enjoy what is happening around the area among the feathered set.


And The Birds Go On...

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - Editor's Note: Our own 'eagle eye' and favorite bird watcher continues to keep us updated on the feathered set.


B East Hosts Spin Class To Benefit Breast Cancer Survivors

Main Articles - On Saturday, B East, located in downtown Amagansett in the B East boutique sponsored a spin class to help raise funds for the Ellen Hermanson Foundation and Ellen's Well, both of which provide support to breast cancer survivors on the East End.


And The Birds Go On And On. . .

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - There is a picturesque shaded, mossy path on the north (or northeast) side of the property that leads to a wooden dock jutting out into Weesuck Creek.


Shelter Island 10K Run And 5K Community Walk

by Katherine Henning
Main Articles - Olympic gold medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson was in attendance; she came in second place in the Females Over 50 division. Legendary marathoner, Bill Rodgers, came in second place as well in the Male Age Group: 60 to 64.


The Great Little Egret Debate

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - The search for better looks (and better photos) of Tuesday's mysterious plumed egret has sent me on an exploration of the neighborhood Shinnecock shores.


A Labor of Love - The TWA Flight 800 International Memorial

by Frank Lombardi
Main Articles - The TWA Flight 800 International Memorial at Smith Point County Park was dedicated in 2002. Spearheading this support for more than a decade is the Independent Group Home Living Program (IGHL).


Young Birds Out On The Marsh

by Eric Salzman
Main Articles - Yesterday I woke up to the sound of distant surf. A very light breeze was coming off the ocean and across the bay, saturating the air with the sound of the ocean and permeating everything with moisture.


SYS Presents Hamptons Squash Week

Main Articles - If you're a squash enthusiast or simply want to see what the game is all about, SYS has a unique opportunity. For the first time, the Elmaleh Stanton Squash Center at SYS is hosting five concurrent tournaments.


The Sagaponack Horse Show Brings Out Some Young Competitors

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - The Sagaponack Horse Show was held at the Topping Riding Club. The judges for the show officiated over the more than 200 competitors.


Group For The East End August Events

Main Articles - The Group For The East End has announced some upcoming events for August.


Deer Management Permits, Hunting, Fishing, Trapping Licenses Available

Main Articles - New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis announced that the 2010-2011 hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses and Deer Management Permits (DMPs) may be purchased beginning Monday, August 16.


The 35th Hampton Classic Trots Into Bridgehampton

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - The Hampton Classic's equestrian competition began on Sunday, August 29, one day following the close of the Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge at Blue Star Jets Field - yes, folks - August is hot and horsey here in the Hamptons!


Ready, Set, Serve! Hamptons Squash Week

by Brittany Buckley
Main Articles - If you're not a big tennis fan and miss swinging a racket, you may have been playing in the matches during squash week.


DEC Announces Release of Pheasants For 2010 Hunting Season

Main Articles - New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis announced that approximately 30,000 adult pheasants will be released on lands open to public hunting for the upcoming fall pheasant hunting season.


Musings From Gili Trawangan

by Bob Schiff
Main Articles - Editor's Note: Our roving international correspondent, Bob Schiff, has been traveling throughout Asia, reporting on the obscure and exotic. Here is his third installment detailing his travels. Enjoy Shiff's musings on the locals, customs, accommodations, and certainly the visual and descriptive majesty of the sites he is visiting and documenting.


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