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Miller Lane Change: Not Enough

Maybe it was the three-hour wait before she could speak that threw gasoline on Julia C. Mead's fire. Last Thursday night the East Hampton Town Board held a lengthy hearing before she got her chance to testify on a separate matter....more>

Fund Balance Policy Slated For Revision

Southampton Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst, along with the Southampton Town Board, met with Comptroller Len Marchese last week to discuss possible improvements to the town's current financial policies....more>

Fast Times At HB High. . .

. . . accent on high. A 14-year-old student at Hampton Bays High School was charged with felony level criminal sale of marijuana last Friday morning, after cops found him in possession of pot....more>

The Luck of The Uh . . . Irish

Ah, Irish eyes shine on St. Paddy, 'tis true, but St. Patrick was . . . well . . . a bloody Englishman. As a young aristocrat Patrick lived a life of wealth, only to be kidnapped....more>

Irish Eyes: Ready To Smile

By Kitty Merrill Bagpipers in kilts and Colleens all in green. The Montauk Friends of Erin 51st annual St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off this Sunday at 11:30 AM, with all the Friends' festivities, plus some new fun, on the agenda for the weekend....more>

Memories Of Parades Gone By

By Kitty Merrill Over 50 years ago, the Friends of Erin first conceived the idea of celebrating Irish tradition with a parade in Montauk. Over the ensuing decades the annual procession has grown to attain bragging rights as one of the biggest parades in New York State....more>

Local Talks About Sag Police Contracts

Former Sag Harbor Village Trustee and Suffolk County Legislator Bill Jones hosted a forum on Saturday morning about salary negotiations for public employees....more>

Will She Or Won't She?

Former Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot recently asked supporters if she should run for her old seat. The answer was a resounding yes, she said this week....more>

Neighborly Business? Not So Much, Say Neighbors

"Neighborhood business is a business that's neighborly." So declared attorney Dianne Le Verrier in support of a request to downzone property on the Napeague Stretch....more>

Killer Bees Fall In Last Second

The Bridgehampton Killer Bees hardly looked like a playoff team early in the season. The Bees lost three of their first four games and, with a thin lineup including mostly inexperienced players, the future did not look bright....more>

The Reel Deal

Reel Deal

Visit indyeastend.com for up to the minute theater listings and show times. An asterisk after the title denotes Miles' top picks. Coming Soon Spring Break (R) A trio of best friends who dorm together in college set off for spring break with adventure on their minds....more>



ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Take a look around this week and see what projects or conversations you may have the chance to complete. Bring things full circle so that as spring comes, you can start anew....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Jazz On The Vine Jazz On The Vine features six weekends of jazz concerts at local vineyards through March 24....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Film The Picture Show The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre, sponsored by Peconic Landing, continues with classic films this winter and spring....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Max Cure Flywheel in East Hampton and Max Cure Foundation present "Be Brave N' Fly" on Saturday at 2 PM....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Ronnie Cramer Southampton Cultural Center presents a solo show with works by Ronnie Cramer on display through March 27....more>

A SoFo Eastern Tiger Salamander Night

On March 2, a group of enthusiastic salamander watchers gathered at the South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo), flashlights in hand, for the annual foray into the nighttime woods of Bridgehampton to catch a glimpse of one of our local amphibians, the Eastern-Tiger Salamander, on its breeding grounds....more>

Jerry's Ink


Are you happy? Aren't these the most frightening words a man could hear from his spouse? Yet there isn't a man reading this who hasn't been asked this trap question by his wife or girlfriend....more>

Vegans, Vegetarians, And Speed Freaks

When I was growing up we didn't have any vegetarians in New York. There were a few, I imagine, in California, but to me it was probably just an excuse to keep from getting drafted into the army....more>

The Former Police Chief Who Won't Go Away

Bill Wilson, who served as Southampton Village Police Chief before taking the same position for Southampton Town, might want to reconsider making public comments about his brief stint in the office....more>

Overblown Claims Dear Editor, In your March 6 issue there are comments by Jerry Della Femina (page 6) and in the editorial (page 15) regarding the recently enacted sequestration....more>

School News

Montauk School Springs resident Richard M. Kostura in persona as Michael Galileo entertained and enlightened students, parents and teachers last Friday with a colorful presentation....more>

The Personal Locator Beacon It Locates You!

The Personal Locator Beacon It Locates You! When the perfectly calm day sneaks up on you while you are day-dreaming and turns into a snarly, life-stealing beast, all your training rushes to the front of the "screen....more>
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