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Conviction In 2012 Rape-Murder

He killed her, and if he ever gets out of jail, Alfonso Alvarado-Ajcuc, 23, of Riverhead, will be deported. Last Friday a Suffolk County jury convicted the East End landscaper, a Guatemalan immigrant in the country illegally, of the rape-murder of a local woman more than two years ago....more>

Ham's A Hall Of Famer

He's a decorated veteran, public servant, community activist, author, popular lecturer, and a "true hero." State Senator Ken LaValle announced this week that Arma "Ham" Andon has been chosen for inclusion in the 2014 NY Senate Veterans Hall of Fame....more>

Praise Project 'Pace Of Play,' Urge Feds To Build Bigger

It's summertime and time for sand and surf and showers and bureaucracy. There was good news and an impassioned plea on the beachfronts in Amagansett and Montauk this week....more>

The Debate That Wasn't Rankles GOP Voters

Was it a no-go or a no-show? Either way, local Republicans looking forward to seeing their two U.S. Congressional candidates square off in Southampton are none too happy one dropped out at the last minute....more>

Locals Talk East End Youth

Last Thursday night nearly 30 people gathered at the David Crohan Community Center in Flanders to discuss the needs of the children, adolescents and young adults here on the East End....more>

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Sunset Beach Shelter Island

On Saturday I visited Andre Balazs' Sunset Beach on Shelter Island with a group of friends for a relaxing afternoon lunch. During the afternoon we dined on the restaurant's French fare....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. God of Carnage The all-too-thin veneer of tolerance and civility is first frayed and then comically shredded when two sets of parents attempt to discuss an altercation between their sons in Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage, the Hampton Theatre Company's final production of the 2013-2014 season, running through Sunday at the Quogue Community Hall....more>


Friday of Memorial Day weekend was the grand opening of White's Apothecary, in East Hampton. The local pharmacy carries many of the same beauty brands as our area spas in one intimate setting....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Meeting House Creek Inn Meeting House Creek Inn in Aquebogue's waterfronttiki bar is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday with live music on Sundays from 4 to 8 PM....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Kent Animal Shelter Kent Animal Shelter, with funding provided by PetSmart Charities, the largest funder of animal welfare efforts in North America, is introducing the "Precious, Not Parents" campaign....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. East of Eden Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents artist Cindy Patrick with "East of Eden....more>



Week of June 4 through 10 Read your rising sign too if you know it Aries (March 21-April 20) Mercury is apparently (from Earth's perspective) stopping at the beginning of Cancer on Saturday....more>

Conviction At Bay Street Theatre

Conviction, the first of the main stage series this summer at Bay Street Theatre, is currently running in Sag Harbor. The star studded cast gives an unforgettable performance in the world premier of this production....more>

"Baby, Give It Up" With KC At Ross School

The synthesized keyboard, rhythm guitar and syncopated high hat set the stage for a lick that's become one of disco's most famous intros. Add in that one of a kind vocal invitation -- "Baby babe, let's get together....more>

Jerry's Ink


All of you think you're much smarter than I am. Many of you are right. You see me as a dumb-but-happy Republican who was too stupid to vote for the great Barack Obama even once....more>

What I Want To Be When I Grow Up

I always figured someone would be crazy enough to pay me money to write, and sure enough it finally happened. It's a lucky thing for me, because though I've tried a number of occupations over the years, I wasn't much good at anything....more>

A Tale Of Two School Districts

East Hampton and Bridgehampton were two of the four school districts in Suffolk County that attempted to breach the state's mandatory budget cap. East Hampton was the only one approved by voters....more>

Another Tiger Setback

When Tiger Woods announced last week he'd miss this month's U.S. Open, my initial reaction was "ho hum." After undergoing back surgery in March, Woods will miss his second Major of the year, and his status for The Open and the PGA Championship remain in doubt....more>

The Finest Kind Dear Editor, For decades I've been trying cases from Montauk to Manhattan. While I was seeking acquittals, Judge Edward D. Burke Sr. was dispensing justice while administering one of the busiest courts in the United States yes, Southampton Town Justice Court....more>

Boat Insurance Friend Or Foe? An Update

The boating season is now officially open, even if the weather hasn't been particularly conducive! However, one thing you ought to do before getting underway is make sure your insurance is in place....more>

Vincent Sweeney, 88

A bright light in the community dimmed forever this week. Vincent Sweeney died peacefully at his home in Westhampton surrounded by his adoring family on Friday, May 30....more>
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