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Quogue Village to Host Public Hearing on Atlantic Dredging Project

Pussy Riot Activitst Tells Her Story at The Watermill Center

When Russian artist and activist Nadya Tolokonnikova was a girl, she wanted to be an astronomer and “know how the universe is established.” When she was a teenager, she wanted to be a journalist, and wrote newspaper articles about the bad environmental conditions in the city where she was raised in Siberia. By the time she was in college, she’d decided instead to become a philosopher. But then, art came into her life.   Read more...

Music For Montauk Hosts First Summer Festival


Lilah Gosman, a Montauk native who has worked in New York City as a musician and educator, and her husband, Miloš Repický, a pianist and conductor with the Metropolitan Opera, have taken over the reigns heading Music for Montauk. This coming week, they're planning their first ever Summer Series, a series of concerts ranging from a family-friendly rendition of Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals to tango, classical guitar, and an evening of American selections.    Read More...

Cost Escalation Creates Questions For Future of Peconic River Bridge


The folks at Southampton Town who hope to build a pedestrian bridge from a planned county park in Riverside across the Peconic River to Riverhead’s riverfront boardwalk by the Long Island Aquarium got a bit of sticker shock when they took a look at some conceptual ideas for the project in July.  They had been expecting the project to cost about $1.5 million, but two designs provided by town consultants AECOM pinned the project at between $3.3 and $3.9 million    Read More....

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Real Estate: Hamptons Market Eases While North Fork Prices Edge Upward


Real estate’s second quarter on the East End was a mixed bag, with prices heading upwards on the North Fork and fewer sales but steady prices on the South Fork, according recently published reports. Douglas Elliman’s Elliman Report for the Hamptons said market conditions “fell short of the torrid pace set over the previous year. Housing prices were mixed, while the number of sales declined and listing inventory edged higher.”    Read More....

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