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East Hampton Town Artists Highlight Their Works Curbside During "Art Apart" Event

Saturday, June 20, 2020

On Saturday, art enthusiasts had the opportunity to visit 70 roadside "art galleries" from the safety of their cars and with appropriate social distancing, as East Hampton artists showed off their recent works curbside at their home or studio. The event was produced by artist Idoline Duke and East Hampton Arts Council.

TJ's Sailing Shots: June 20

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Hamptons.com Contributing Editor T.J. Clemente shares some of his favorite pictures from his East End sailing adventures taken June 20.

East End Against Hate Holds Montauk Black Lives Matter Peaceful Protest And March

Friday, June 19, 2020

The student based and led anti-racism group, East End Against Hate (EEAH), that "aims to educate the community on racial injustices," organized another peaceful protest at the Henry "Hank" Zebrowski Memorial Soccer Field on South Erie Street in Montauk. This gathering follows the group's recent demonstration in Sag Harbor on June 5 where more than 300 demonstrators peacefully showed their solidarity in the "Fight for racial equality and an end to police brutality," as part of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Small Group Of Lucky Visitors Attend LongHouse Reserve In East Hampton Opening

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Because of COVID-19 regulations, attendance was limited to 32 lucky visitors at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton on Wednesday, as the 2020 season opened. Families and friends had the opportunity to tour the acres of dramatic art and garden, and to see what's new.

Ladies Village Improvement Society of East Hampton (LVIS) Prepares For The 2020 Season

Monday, June 15, 2020

On the day before opening to the public, Mary Anna Jun-Morris, LVIS Administrative Coordinator, gave a sneak preview tour of measures that have been made to insure safe shopping during the current pandemic. Additional Safety Precautions for COVID-19: Social distancing measures in place including limiting capacity, plexiglass partitions and directing traffic flow; Face coverings are required at all times; Hepa filters/air purifiers and strict disinfecting protocols; Touch-free hand sanitizer dispensers; and All donations “quarantined” before being brought into building. According to Mary Anna, only three shoppers will be allowed at a time in the Men's Department. Furniture Barn shoppers will be escorted one at a time.

Hamptons Drive-In “Artemis Fowl” Screenings Support All For The East End’s Feed The Need Campaign

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Fly Blade organized a special pop-up drive-in screening of Disney’s “Artemis Fowl” on June 12 and 13. Held at the Hampton Classic show grounds in Bridgehampton, proceeds from the viewings supported All For The East End’s Feed the Need Campaign.

TJ's Sailing Shots: June 12 Through June 18

Friday, June 12, 2020

Hamptons.com Contributing Editor T.J. Clemente shares some of his favorite pictures from his East End sailing adventures taken June 12 through June 18.

TJ's Sailing Shots: June 1 Through June 10

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Hamptons.com Contributing Editor T.J. Clemente shares some of his favorite pictures from his East End sailing adventures taken June 1 through June 10.

East End Against Hate's Sag Harbor Protest And March Supported By Hundreds

Friday, June 5, 2020

There was another strong turnout for a protest and march against police brutality and racism in Sag Harbor that was organized by the recently formed East End Against Hate, a student-led anti-racism group. Protestors gathered at Steinbeck Park, and then marched throughout the village. In the middle of Main Street, protestors lied down for eight minutes and 46 seconds shouting, “I can’t breathe” and “George Floyd.”

George Floyd Memorial In Southampton Draws Hundreds

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Hundreds attended a memorial for George Floyd and other black lives who have suffered under police brutality and oppressive racism in Southampton Village on June 4, under sweltering heat and COVID-19 preparations. The mood was somber and commemorative as Dr. Richard 'Junie' Wingfield opened the ceremonies with a Maya Angelou quote.

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