Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Recognizing Violence

It’s a staggering number: According to the Love Is Respect Action Guide, published by the National Domestic Violence Hotline, one in 10 U.S. high school...

Change the Subject

If a community wants to truly lead, wants to set an example for the nation and show that embracing innovation is a noble, American thing...

A True Innovation

Is it possible to turn back the clock, to a time before technology forever changed the world we live in? It turns out that it...


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I want to wish Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. a happy and healthy upcoming retirement [“State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. Will Not Seek Reelection This Fall,”, February 12]. Unlike some other local politicians who falsely touted themselves as champions of “clean water,” Fred consistently stood up against big-money interests (especially those behind the disgrace that is The Hills) when it came to the pollution of our fragile local environment. His integrity will be greatly missed. Alex Burton East Quogue

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I appreciated Tom Gogola’s effort to dig for the truth about our farm in “Butter Lane Tree Farm Sorts Through Issues with Town, Neighbors” [, January 17]. Gogola visited the farm multiple times and cited local farmers who attested to the quality of our operations cultivating endangered and indigenous tree species. Unfortunately, letters submitted to you after Gogola’s article are filled with fabrications and misrepresentations. In “Telling Truths” [Letters, February 8], Meredith Berkowitz wrote: “To quote Shapiro’s attorney: ‘He wants...

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Jenny Noble

Sustainable Living

Karl Grossman

Suffolk Closeup

Jim Marquardt

Looking Back

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tom Clavin

The Road Yet Taken

Anthony Brandt

Out of Left Field

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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...

Sag Harbor Lights Up For the Holidays

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Pierson Is Alone in Banning Cellphones During School Day

Major State Aid Cuts Projected in Governor’s State Budget Proposal Would Impact Region’s Schools

Wet Lab Could Come to Pierson; Latest Budget Presentation Projects Rise in Salaries, Benefits

Students, Families May Get Food Assistance This Summer Under New Federal Program


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

Marshall Garypie, 86, Southampton Golf Coach and Crusader for Sag Harbor Golf Club

An Artist at Heart: East End Photographer Tom Kochie Dies at 74


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

Teens Talk Voting: Survey Takes Pulse of Next Generation