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A Mixed Bag For Local Hoopsters

So far the boys high school basketball season can be compared to the movie, The Good The Bad And the Ugly. Pierson and Greenport, competing in League VIII, are both off to 3-1 starts in league action....more>

Sarlo Takes The Helm

Family and friends, well wishers and mentors, cops and counterparts filled East Hampton Town Hall on December 28 to witness the official swearing in of East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo....more>

New Admin Organizes

Almost every vote was unanimous. In a marked departure from the behavior that colored their predecessors' service, new members of the East Hampton Town Board expressed almost universal agreement during their first official meeting last Thursday....more>

And The Nominees Are . . .

By Miles X. Logan Indy's intrepid movie critic is an Oscar whiz, correctly predicting 29 of the 35 major nominations last year and all but one of the winners....more>

Rally For Deer Life

Opposition to a deer-culling plan slated to target 3000 animals across the East End continues to grow. The East End Group for Wildlife is organizing a "No Cull" rally and demonstration in East Hampton Village later this month, a petition drive has gleaned over 10,000 signatures, and a local wildlife photographer has demanded his photos be removed from a kiosk at the East Hampton Village Nature Trail....more>

Southampton Celebrates Newly Elected Officials

By Emily Toy All the seats, and most of the aisle space, in the People's Room at Southampton Town Hall were filled. Audience members spilled out of the room, the huge crowd on hand to celebrate the inauguration of town officials on Monday afternoon....more>

The Cantwell Era Begins

Winter storm Hercules was just beginning to flex his muscles last Thursday morning, as inauguration day in East Hampton Town got underway. Undeterred by icy roads and sleety skies, a standing room only crowd spilled into the foyer of town hall, on hand for the beginning of a new era and the official swearing in of Supervisor Larry Cantwell, Town Justice Steve Tekulsky, Council members Fred Overton and Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, Town Clerk Carol Brennan, Deputy Town Clerk Jeanne Hamilton, and Highway supe Steve Lynch....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Heroes Three high-spirited World War I veterans confined to an old soldiers home seek to rise above their predicament and their limitations in the comedic and often touching Heroes, the second play in the Hampton Theatre Company's 2013-2014 season in Quogue....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Coat Drive General Manager Bill Fields and President Irwin Garsten of Apple Honda in Riverhead are collecting coats to donate....more>

By Teens And For Teens

It's that quiet time of year on the East End . . . unless you head over to the Amagansett Library on Saturday nights in January. There kids are kicking the winter blues as Crossroads Music and the Library present Teen Music Month....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Artist Choose Artists In conjunction with the current exhibition, Artists Choose Artists, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents an intimate gallery talk to highlight select exhibiting artists....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com Duck Walk Vineyard Miss spending your Saturday on the patio? Duck Walk Vineyard North in Southold will host live music starting on Saturdays in January....more>

Jerry's Ink


I got a great gift one Christmas. A friend gave me a bunch of DVDs of old Charlie Chan movies. I thought about political correctness while I watched four Chan movies in a row, starting with The Shanghai Cobra (1945)....more>

Fa La La La La

I didn't watch the ball drop. It's the first time I've missed it since the beginning of ball dropping. I blame it on television, which, I am becoming convinced, is a useless, outdated medium....more>

Look How Wonderful I Am!

A recent mailer from Congressman Tim Bishop paid for by taxpayers shamelessly touts his many "achievements" during the past year. But look a little closer....more>

Spa Soirée Holiday Happy Hou

The Wizard Of Spa, Hampton Daze Magazine and The Independent Newspaper presented the Spa Soirée Holiday Happy Hour at The Cuddy in Sag Harbor on December 29 sponsored by Spa Technologies....more>

New Town Board Dear Rick, The outgoing East Hampton Town (Republican) majority was just plain mean when they voted (3-2) to hold over hearings into the new year for very dramatic zoning changes (not supported by the Comp Plan or the Planning Department)....more>

A Coast Guard Christmas

T'was the night before Christmas and all through each state, Loyal Coast Guard families were beginning to celebrate. Just then from the White House came an urgent call, a crisis had arisen that would affect one and all....more>

Robert J Syers, 77

Robert J. Syers, an advertising entertainment executive and actor, died at Southampton Hospital on December 14. He was born June 1, 1936, grew up in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn and graduated from James Madison High in 1954....more>
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