Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Brown Is Beautiful

At least for the moment, we’re not going to run out of water in the aquifers below our feet: According to the Suffolk County Water...

Road Rules

Electronic bicycles, or e-bikes, seem to be everywhere all of a sudden. The bikes, with electric motors that can propel them at speeds up to...

Expanding Deserts

There are, of course, so many things to be concerned about these days — a pair of viruses, war in Ukraine, an uneven U.S. economy,...


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Lee Zeldin fancies himself tough on crime and a supporter of families and law enforcement. But for years he promoted extremist views of the Second Amendment and opposed every measure to minimize gun violence and death. Last week, he voted no on the House’s assault weapons ban after 10 people were killed and three injured in Buffalo, and 19 children and two teachers were killed in Uvalde, Texas — both massacres because of an AR-15 in the wrong hands. Zeldin’s...

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On July 30, an employee of my firm could not come to work, so I opened up myself. This isn’t an uncommon occurrence, and as a small-business owner, I’m a volunteer, not a victim. On the way to my office, I stopped at a computer store, but they were closed on Saturday in the midst of significant demand. The parking lot attendant was, in fact, the owner of the building, the landlord. He was gracious and let me run another...

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Karl Grossman

Suffolk Closeup

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tim Motz

Stories from the South Fork

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PHOTOS: OLA Celebrates 20 Years With Sabor

OLA, Organización Latino Americana, of Eastern Long Island celebrated their 20th anniversary with “Sabor” at The Church in Sag Harbor on July 28. LISA TAMBURINI PHOTOS

PHOTOS: Bay Street Theater Hosts Mini Gala Dinner and Reception, A Night In The Tropics

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts hosted its Mini Gala Dinner and Reception, A Night In The Tropics, on July 16, at the home of Bay...

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Sag Harbor Lions Club Award Scholarships To Four Recent Pierson Graduates

Ayanna El, Bridgehampton Valedictorian, Wins Amy F. Wahl Memorial Scholarship From Hampton Library

Congress Extends Free School Meal Plan, But Only Through Summer

Sag Harbor Board Of Education President, Vice President Switch Roles


Frieda M. Renner Of Sag Harbor Dies July 10

Kenneth MacWhinnie Of Sag Harbor Dies

Wendy Elizabeth Flanagan Of Sag Harbor Dies May 18

Billy DePetris, Bridgehampton Fixture, Dies At 85


John Jermain Memorial Library Donates Collection Of Books, Journals On Native American History To Ma’s House At Shinnecock

Dawgpatch Bandits, A Sag Harbor Charity, Continues Its Mission With Three More Fitness Stations

Congregants Gather To Bid Farewell To A Beloved Tree At Bridgehampton Church, Due To Be Felled

PHOTOS: Sag Harbor Fireworks Held Sunday