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Music Fest This Weekend

By Kitty Merrill It's a beach destination. It's a fishing destination. It's a dining destination. And, it's becoming a music destination. Five years ago Montauk native Ken Giustino organized the Montauk Music Festival to showcase East End musicians....more>

STEM + Students = FREE SUNY & CUNY

Imagine a full college ride. It's not just a fantasy. Last week Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of a program that could be a dream come true for science, technology, engineering and math phenoms....more>

Tour Trails Online

Rumor has it members of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society have a pool going. The lucky winner will be the outdoorsman -- or woman -- who correctly guesses how many miles of trails weave through the Town of East Hampton....more>

Local Student Chef A Winner

Take bone-in chicken, sweet potatoes, green squash, and sundried tomatoes and come up with a unique and tasty dish. That was the challenge competitors from a baker's dozen of Nassau and Suffolk high schools were given during a contest held at Suffolk Community College's Culinary Arts Center in Riverhead on May 6....more>

Hampton Hopper Hopes For East End

By Emily Toy Derek Kleinow, founder of the "Hampton Hopper" bus service, met with the Southampton Town Board last week to discuss a new transportation proposal for the upcoming season....more>

Brutal Fate Of Montauk's Tagged Sharks

By Kitty Merrill An estimated 270,000 sharks are killed every day. Yes, you read that correctly. Every. Day. The harrowing statistic hit home recently, with the news of the fates of four creatures captured and tagged in last year's history-making Shark's Eye Tournament in Montauk....more>

Fresh And Familiar Faces In East Hampton

There is a distinct "what's old is new again" feel happening in East Hampton Town. Most noticeably, in Amagansett, where the venerable Vinnie's Barber Shop, a local favorite for three decades, has moved from its Main Street perch - but not too far....more>

Court Orders Cahill To Return CPF Money

A State Supreme Court Judge has ordered former East Hampton Town Justice Catherine Cahill to return over $1 million fraudulently obtained by her late husband, Marvin Hyman, in a business deal....more>

Zeldin, Demos Trade Taunts And Charges

By Rick Murphy To say the Lee Zeldin vs. George Demos Congressional Republican primary race is heating up would be like stating an erupting volcano is getting warm....more>



Week of May 14 through 20. Read your rising or ascendant sign too, if you know it Aries (Mar. 21 – Apr. 21) With your ruler Mars stalling at 9 degrees of Libra this week, (since the 8th until the beginning of June), you might feel like any apparent headway you might have made in reconciling or moving forward with a partner or enemy, has just hit a brick wall....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Reconstructed Bra Reconstructed Bra Fashion Show and Auction, held by "Heaven Can Wait" at the LI2Day Walk to benefit Lucia's Angels, The Coalition for Women's Cancers at Southampton Hospital, and the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center, takes place tomorrow at the Southampton Social Club at 7 PM....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Coffee House A Community Coffee House will take place on Friday at 7 PM at the Montauk Community Church....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Don Duga The world famous artist and animator Don Duga is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles 1964 U....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Sing The Peace "Sing the Peace," a peace concert, will take place at 230 Elm in Southampton tonight at 7 PM....more>

Jerry's Ink


I publish this column every year as a public service to make sure your friends and relatives will think twice before they send you an invitation that will screw you out of a precious summer weekend....more>

And The Answer Is . . .

I've always been fascinated by these psychological tests that are designed to tell you something about yourself you may be suppressing. I once took an inkblot test and saw gonads in every picture....more>

Dirty Deed Comes Undone

The recent court decision ordering former East Hampton Town Justice Cathy Cahill (see news section) to return money her husband obtained from the town's Community Preservation Fund is just the tip of the iceberg....more>

NFL Draft Leaving NYC?

The NFL Draft is a weekend of hope for every fan of every team. The worst teams can pick up franchise changing players, and give the fan base that jolt of optimism it craves....more>

Vastly Entertaining Dear Editor, I guess one has to be thankful for readers like Nicholas Zizelis, who simply cannot control his desire to expose the rest of us to his rhetorical claptrap....more>

Bringing It Home Safely – National Safe Boating Week 2014

Bringing It Home - Safely National Safe Boating Week runs from May 17 to May 24 in 2014. US Coast Guard Forces nationwide and especially here "Out East" have a lot of plans to take and make safety a daily, year-long event....more>
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