Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Talk Is Cheap

Last week was the final Express Sessions event of the season; a dozen live events brought together panelists and community members to discuss a variety...

Skip the Stuff

When it comes to changing the world, some things are easier to do than others. The region has done some sweeping things with an eye...

We’re Waiting

The eight stations on the Montauk Branch between Speonk and Montauk generally, on a weekday, will see 10 trains stop throughout a 24-hour period. The...


IconKeep Canio’s

We have learned that Sag Harbor’s gem, Canio’s Books, the best bookstore on Long Island and a fixture of Sag Harbor for more than 40 years, will be forced to move on September 30 [“Canio’s Books, Long a Sag Harbor Cultural Icon, Faces Uncertain Future as Lease Is Not Renewed,”, March 20]. Failing that, it may have to close altogether. My wife and I have regularly driven the 70 miles from our home in Kings Park to events hosted...

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As a longtime opponent of the wind turbine project offshore of Montauk, I appreciated the letter from R. George Arnold on April 4 [“Scary Things”]. I’m happy to join his “merry little band of citizens with common sense.” Building a major wind farm along the spectacular migratory freeway, the Atlantic Flyway, where we are blessed to live, is heartbreaking, shortsighted and disastrous for birds. We not only depend on pollinators for our global food supply but on birds, which consume...

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Jenny Noble

Sustainable Living

Karl Grossman

Suffolk Closeup

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tom Clavin

The Road Yet Taken

Anthony Brandt

Out of Left Field

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East End Residents Turn Out For Eclipse

East End residents turned out in droves to watch the solar eclipse on Monday afternoon. Solar glasses clad eyes looked to the sky as the moon passed over the sun....

HarborFrost Warms Up Sag Harbor

The weather was cold, but the vibe was warm at HarborFrost over the weekend. “A Taste of Sag Harbor,” kicked off the festivities at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Friday...

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Pierson High School Could Do Away With Class Rankings Next Year

Bridgehampton School Budget Will Stay Under Cap, Preserve All Programs and Staff

Pierson Actors Try Something Different With ‘The Lightning Thief’

Buscemi Shares Latest Budget Presentation at Sag Harbor Board of Education Meeting


Kathy Tucker, Historian Who Helped Put Eastville on the Map, Dies at 98

‘Looking Back’: Jim Marquardt, Express News Group Columnist, Dies at 91

Nancy Bagshaw, 60, Remembered as Enthusiastic Educator With a Passion for Languages, and Connecting With Others

Artist Yolanda Suárez de Ferregur Merchant Found a Home in Southampton


Photographer’s Images Capture a Slice of Sag Harbor Life

State Earmarks $2 Million for Bridgehampton Childcare Center Pre-K and Montauk Playhouse Cultural Center

Filmmakers Damas and Jackson Hope To Start a Conversation With ‘Speak to Me,’ Screening at Bay Street

Jimmy Buffett Debuts New Song on WLNG