Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Season of Giving

In 2012, a pair of Manhattan-based nonprofit organizations, the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation, decided to try out a new idea: With...

Steep Price To Pay

I write in response to recent articles published in The Sag Harbor Express on the proposed Marsden Street athletic field. While this has been viewed...

Gold Stars and Dunce Caps

GOLD STAR To Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Phillips Family Cancer Center and Ellen Hermanson Breast Center, for partnering with Cancer Hope Network, which helps current...


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In last week’s Express, a resident chastised Save Sag Harbor and others who challenged hasty zoning changes in the office district that facilitated the massive Conifer project [“Deliberate and Improve,” Letters, November 17]. The writer tarred the challenge as a ploy to disrupt public participation, and to foist the views of the few on others who better understand village needs. In fact, the legal action was both appropriate and required under New York State law. Village officials had improperly approved...

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I write in response to recent articles published in The Sag Harbor Express on the proposed Marsden Street athletic field. While this has been viewed simply as an addition of a sports field, the far-reaching consequences have not been addressed. If the Marsden Street properties are acquired using Community Preservation Fund monies, it will become a landmark case study for future generations, an example of the misuse of funds for development and expansion across the entire East End; of bending...

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Suffolk Closeup

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tim Motz

Stories from the South Fork

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PHOTOS: Four Days of Music in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor American Music Festival featured a variety of live music throughout Sag Harbor Village from Thursday, September 22, through Sunday, September 25. TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS

HarborFest Draws Big Crowds to Sag Harbor

HarborFest returned in a big way to the Sag Harbor waterfront last weekend with crowds thronging Long Wharf and spilling over to activities at John Steinbeck Waterfront Park and elsewhere...

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A Quick Update on Marsden, and Dueling Narratives About the Support of One Southampton Town Councilman

A Comedy With Heart: Pierson Theater Puts on ‘A Curious Savage’ as Its Fall Play

Group of Neighbors Expresses Opposition to Sag Harbor School District’s Plans for Marsden Street Lots; District Sends Out Letter With More Information On Plans

Golf Resort Hearing Closes and Vote Looms, Despite Objections From Southampton Planning Board Chair


Joseph S. Hennessy of Sag Harbor Dies

Andrew W.Eckey of Sag Harbor Dies

Wally Smith, 87, Remembered as Public Radio Pioneer, Advocate

Joanne Backlund Of Sag Harbor Dies August 31


Page at 63 Main Launches Fundraiser To Aid Sag Harbor Food Pantry

Never Alone: Cancer Hope Network Pairs Survivors With Patients

A Minor Piece of Sag Harbor’s History Is Restored

Bridgehampton Child Care Center Offers Program on Wind Farm Work Opportunities