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Vietnam: Fifteen Years On

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 11th 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.

Super Bowl Heeds ANA's Recommendation To Closed Caption All Commercials

Main Articles - The Hearing Access Program was thrilled by the news from the NFL that all the Super Bowl commercials will be closed captioned in addition to the game and all the NFL and Fox promos.

Sailing to Block Island

Main Articles - Challenge yourself to some open-water sailing in Block Island and Long Island Sounds. One day of cruising will take you out into Block Island sound, and then into Long Island Sound. Your choice of destinations within a day’s reach is limitless. Cruise on to Block Island, Montauk or Sag Harbor. Take your time in Long Island Sound and cruise around Plumb Island, Gardiner’s Island, Shelter Island and/or Fisher’s Island. If the Hamptons are your final destination, cruise around Montauk and head west to the Shinnecock Inlet.

Polo – The Sport of Kings

by Heather Buchanan
Main Articles - The sport of kings has roots reaching back to 600 BC (Before Cocktails were served in the tent) when the Turkomans beat the Persians in a nationalistic show of pride. While the game spread throughout the Eastern world, India became its true breeding ground. Now an international game of "kings", here's a little history.

The 31st Annual Classic Brings The Best To The Hamptons

by Christine Kiernan
Main Articles - This Labor Day weekend, all eyes will be on the Hampton Classic, one of the nation’s premier hunter-jumper horse shows – and the junior-level teens are set to steal the limelight. This year’s Classic will bring to Bridgehampton the distinguished instructor Missy Clark and her fabulous students.

Alfie Kohn Speaks at Ross

by Helen Atkinson-Barnes
Main Articles - “The Homework Myth”-my fifth grader was enthralled by this idea and so was the audience at Alfie Kohn’s talk last Thursday at the Ross School which was open to the public and very well-attended. In addition to proposing some of his own radical ideas about education, Kohn advocated educating kids themselves to be radically skeptical.

Is April REALLY The Cruelest Month?

by Lon S. Cohen
Main Articles - In my younger days I thought that April was all about Fools and Showers and Spring Break. It was kind of like a thoroughfare between winter and spring. But as I've grown, I have come to realize that April is the month of awareness, or so the Congress says. You'll never believe what made the list.

Golf: Casual Players and Serious Competitors

by Lon S. Cohen
Main Articles - I do not play golf, and I'm not guilty about that fact. In my personal experience, people who play take golf as seriously as they do a heart attack. They take golf so seriously because it allows them to conduct business while spending a day outdoors, supposedly relaxing. But I have also found that the golfing personality runs a spectrum from casual and low-key to serious competitor, who will regularly snap titanium shafts on the course.

The Best Shore Dive On Long Island at the Old Ponquogue Bridge

by Lon S. Cohen
Main Articles - If you’re looking to dive in waters with great visibility, teeming with sea life and a history that spans more than twenty thousand years, starting with not one but two, thousand-foot high glaciers, Native Americans and a controversial building project or two, then look no further than the Ponquogue Bridge.

an•gler [ang-gler] – noun, a person who fishes with a hook and line. [1]

by Lon S. Cohen
Main Articles - Out here on the East End, it’s very apparent that we live on an island. Water is a defining element of the Hamptons and boating and fishing is so pervasive. Alas, there isn’t quite enough time for fishing nowadays as there used to be.

Fun and Fitness at Radu in Southampton

by Kelly Krieger
Main Articles - Working out and staying in shape has always been a struggle for me. I’ve joined gym after gym and tried every diet imaginable, but it wasn’t until I joined Radu in Southampton that I finally found my path to exercise.

Entertainers Basketball Classic to Hold First Annual Charity Game at Madison Square Garden

Main Articles - This will be the first charity event that Gregory Marius, CEO of Entertainers Basketball Classic, has organized at the "World's Most Famous Arena".

Dark Noon: The Final Voyage of the Fishing Boat Pelican

by Tom Clavin
Main Articles - Read an excerpt of "Dark Noon" by Tom Clavin, published by McGraw-Hill. Meet the author this weekend at East End books - check out the calendar for details.

LTU Champions Tennis Trophy - A Fanatic's Diary

by Melissa Palma
Main Articles - A little tennis, a big party, thousands of dollars raised for charity, and in the end Johnny Mac wins!

The Biggest and Best Harbor Fest Yet

by Heather Buchanan
Main Articles - This weekend Harbor Fest 2005 brings to life Sag Harbor’s maritime history with everything from clam shucking contests to lobster bakes to live folk music to America’s Cup yacht racing. With numerous activities for the whole family, Sag Harbor Fest rolls out a feast of fun from Friday September 9th through Sunday September 11.

Coming to the Hamptons: Rebecca Kordecki CPT, LMT

by Christine Kiernan
Main Articles - With summer officially drawing to a close, you may find your kids (or yourself!) increasingly stuck indoors, in front of the TV. So, instead of waiting and watching the pounds pile on, why not do something proactive – and fun! – for your kid’s health and well-being.

Flying Point 10K for Autism Awareness - Ready, Set, Go!

by Christine Kiernan
Main Articles - Whether you are a runner, philanthropist, or both, the newest mini-marathon event to hit the East End supports a great cause and is bound to be a blast! The first-annual Flying Point 10K for Autism Awareness will touch down in Water Mill on Sunday, September 24 at 9:30 a.m.

Sag Harbor Seven Raise Over $15,000 for Breast Cancer

by Helen Atkinson-Barnes
Main Articles - We called ourselves the “Sag Harbor Happy Feet” though our feet occasionally got a little sore. Our group of Sag Harbor moms was happy to work together to raise money (over $15,000) and have some fun for the important causes of Breast Cancer research, awareness, and treatment.

A Passion for Fitness – Jeff Thayer

by Kim Covell
Main Articles - When someone loves what they do it shows. Talking to Jeff Thayer, owner and founder of JT’s Personal Fitness, his passion for his business is utterly evident, and judging by the length of his client list so is his talent.

Snowflake Finding In Our Winter Wonderland

by Lon S. Cohen
Main Articles - The next time a snowflake spirals down from the sky and lands on your sleeve, try to take a close look. You will find a world of wonder in the miniature craftwork of Mother Nature. You will be amazed.

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