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Grand Marshal Monte: He's Just The One Walking

How's Grand Marshal Paul Monte getting ready to lead Sunday's Friends of Erin Parade? "I've been practicing walking. I've been practicing drinking. And I've been practicing walking while drinking," he said Sunday, with a sparkle in his (temporarily) Irish eyes....more>

SoFo And SASF Host Weekend For Pets

By Jessica Mackin The South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) has partnered with The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) to host a pet adopt-a-thon on March 29 and a free spay and neuter day on March 30....more>

Nesting Bald Eagles on Shelter Island

Staff from The Nature Conservancy confirmed today the presence of a pair of nesting Bald Eagles at The Conservancy's Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island, New York....more>

Big Bucks Bargaining Begins

By Kitty Merrill Ratepayers in East Hampton aren't handing PSEG a blank check. That's the message area electeds sent this week to David Daly, president and chief operating officer of the utility....more>

Town Making Efforts For Greater Good

By Emily Toy Last week the Southampton Town Board unanimously adopted a resolution authorizing the payment of all the town's outstanding debt owed to the New York State Pension System....more>

Town Evicting Senior Citizen

A senior citizen living in a mold-infested affordable apartment complex was notified last week she is in essence being evicted. Joan Holden also faces criminal charges, according to a letter sent to her by Tom Ruhle, the director of the East Hampton Town Housing and Community Development Office....more>

East Hampton Town Sued Over Mold Problems

Residents who live or lived at Windmill II, a senior citizen affordable apartment complex, have sued the Town of East Hampton and a number of other agencies and entities involved in it over an ongoing mold problem they say is making them sick....more>

Pursue Medal Of Honor For Haerter

By Kitty Merrill Less than three months ago, Joi Jackson Perle started an online petition drive that's gained close to 40,000 signatures. Her goal? A Congressional Medal of Honor for local hero and son of Sag Harbor Jordan Haerter....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@indyeastend.com. Winners Circle The Southampton Cultural Center presents "Winners Circle," the third annual juried awards exhibition running through April 18....more>

Recipe of The Week

Slow Roasted Chicken Arugula & Bocconcini

INGREDIENTS (serves 4) 4 lemons 5 cloves of garlic 1 bunch of thyme 1/2 c kosher salt 2 bay leaves 1 tbs black peppercorns 1/2 c honey 1 gallon of water 3 lbs of ice 1 6-7 lb whole chicken 1 pint heirloom cherry tomatoes 1 tbsp chili flakes 1/4 c olive oil 3 tbsp flat leaf parsley (chopped) 10 oz of arugula 1/4 lb bocconcini (each cut in half) METHOD First brine the whole chicken....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. The Foreigner The Hampton Theatre Company presents Larry Shue's outrageously funny comedy The Foreigner at the Quogue Community Hall through March 30 on Thursdays and Fridays at 7 PM, Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 2:30 PM....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Hugs Not Drugs A Hugs Not Drugs fundraiser program has launched in Sag Harbor, East Hampton and Southampton....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com Cherry Poppin Daddies The Suffolk Theater in Riverhead presents Hot Big Band Swing with the Cherry Poppin Daddies on Friday at 8 PM as they salute the music of the Rat Pack....more>

Jerry's Ink


This column is made up of a lot of odds-and-ends joke lists I've received from friends on the Internet. I didn't have time to think of and write an original column because, frankly, this week I have been obsessed with the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370....more>

The Luck Of The Irish (Or Lack Thereof)

I am very traditional. Being that my dad was Irish, I insist on making and eating corned beef and cabbage every year on Saint Patrick's Day, even though no one else in the family likes it....more>

Kudos To Southampton Town

The financial meltdown in 2008 proved disastrous for many entities, including towns, cities, and states that had their pension funds tied up in investments....more>

Big East Needs Big Showing In NCAA's

It's that time of year. Conference tournament week is over, selection Sunday has passed, and we are 24 hours away from kicking off the best four day run in sports: the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament....more>

Monitor Health Or Compliance? Dear Editor, How many of you know that the president told a Spanish speaking audience that if they have their cell phones and satellite TV, but not the Affordable Care Act, their priorities are not in the right place? How many of you know that Tim Bishop voted, without reading the bill before he voted, for the Affordable Care Act....more>
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