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Camp SoulGrow: Giving And Growing

Kids from Camp SoulGrow, a non-profit children's creative workshop camp in Montauk, volunteered their time from Montauk to Southampton last weekend. Saturday afternoon, 10 campers rolled up their sleeves and put on their gloves to lend helping hands at Montauk Music Festival, keeping the greens clear and helping to pick up litter....more>

Suped Up System For SH Police

A new state-of-the-art Computer Aided Dispatch and information system, a major step in Southampton Town's multi-year program to improve its public safety infrastructure....more>

East Hampton History Revealed

The late Tom Twomey called it "a portal to East Hampton's past, revealed at the turn of each page by the historian of today." Launched this spring Revealing The Past brings together the writings of four contemporary local historians: Norton Daniels, Sherrill Foster, Mac Griswold, and Hugh King in one volume of the East Hampton Historical Collection....more>

Flashing Lights

How could you lessen some of the morning traffic during the "trade parade" on County Road 39? Last week the Southampton Town Board discussed the idea of replacing some of the red light traffic signals with flashing yellow ones....more>

Indies Snub Trustee Incumbents

For almost as many years as they've been in existence, the local Independence Party has predominantly given its support – and that valuable extra ballot line – to Republican East Hampton Town Trustees....more>

Memorial Day Honored This Weekend

It's here . . . finally. Monday is Memorial Day, marking the unofficial start to summer here on the East End. The season is now upon us for barbecues, days at the beach, and tons of great local fun....more>

Incumbents All The Way (Almost)

Looks like the aphorism "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," was in full effect. Incumbents – some running unopposed – will be on the ballot come November, thanks to endorsements from the local Democratic and Independence Party committees....more>

Home Goods Opens

Boasting a staggering palette of color and texture, the interior of the new Home Goods store in Wainscott is visually arresting. This ain't your upisland establishment....more>

Every Detail Done -- Calmly

Finished by Memorial Day. That's a phrase that strikes fear in the hearts of many a builder, contractor, tradesman, or even homeowner. With just days to go before the big holiday, plenty of people in the construction trade are scurrying around, frantic to finish their jobs in time for the start of the season....more>

From Tribeca To East Hampton

A savvy, retired AIG executive transformed a nondescript 50s ranch in East Hampton into a gorgeous Tribeca-like space after he bought the Miller Lane property less than four years ago....more>

Ahead Of The Curve With Larry Kane

He built his first house when he was just 17 years old. "And it's still standing," said Larry Kane with a grin. Designing and building a house while still in high school was impressive, but Kane was already a veteran builder by then....more>

New At Gurney's Montauk

LDV Hospitality, named from La Dolce Vita, or 'the good life,' has partnered with Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa to bring five new food and beverage concepts to Gurney's....more>

Main Course

Ruschmeyer's: Art & Dining

Ruschmeyer's, part of Chelsea Hotels, will open this weekend for its fifth season. Evocative of a nautical summer camp, Ruschmeyer's is the perfect summer retreat, located on three lush acres of lakeside woodland in Montauk....more>

Elements Fitness Studio MDW Happenings

Elements Fitness Studio celebrates its one-year anniversary Memorial Day weekend. Celebrity trainer Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, with her team of expert instructors, will offer a full schedule of signature barre and dance cardio classes in the morning and afternoon at the East Hampton studio....more>

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. The New Sincerity The world premier of The New Sincerity, a new comedy by Alena Smith and directed by Bob Balaban will take place at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Reconstructed Bra Lucia's Angels, a foundation committed to helping women and families on Eastern Long Island with late-stage women's cancers including breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and uterine cancer, will host the Reconstructed Bra Fashion Show and Auction on Thursday at the Southampton Social Club from 7 to 10 PM....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Montauk Green Art Show The seventh annual Memorial Day Weekend on the Montauk Green Art Show will be held at the Montauk Village Green Friday through Sunday....more>

Night Moves

Night Moves

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Social Thursdays Social Thursdays take place every Thursday night at Southampton Social Club....more>

A Beautiful Place To Visit, A Great Place To Live

Shelter Island is an oasis of tranquility that until now has remained a mystery to many New York City and Hamptons residents. With the publication of the first ever Shelter Island Comprehensive Guide, broker Melina Wein, founder of M....more>

SWCRF Campaign For A Cure

By Jessica Mackin The Independent will be publishing a "A Hamptons Happening" special section inside the newspaper this summer, to be published July 8, in honor of The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation's "A Hamptons Happening" benefit taking place July 11 in Bridgehampton at the home of Maria and Keneth Fishel and family....more>

The Book Of Joan

"The Moms," Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein, hosted a Mamarazzi Lunch Event with television producer, host and celebrity parent Melissa Rivers on May 13 at Juniper Bar in New York City....more>

Jerry's Ink


It's summer and you have been invited to a three-month-long party as your reward for living through another lousy winter. Here's what to expect for the next 99 or so days: Incredibly fresh, sweet corn from that little farm stand on Sagg Main just south of Loaves & Fishes ....more>

High Society

Hi, I'm Muffin Topper-Smith, and I'm really delighted all of you busy ladies could attend and thank you ever so much for making me the chairperson of the Benefit Committee of the Hamptons Daughters of the American Revolution....more>

Our Dirty Little Affordable Housing Secret

You will not find a politician on the East End who does not solemnly pledge to provide affordable housing opportunities. The reason it is important is threefold: the local workforce cannot afford to purchase one of the homes they oftentimes help build and maintain; local high school and college graduates are leaving the area to start a family because they have no place to live; senior citizens are cashing out because they can no longer maintain their homes because of rising school taxes and rising utility bills....more>

Honor The Dead Dear Editor, The measure of a man may be his willingness to serve his country. The measure of a country may be its willingness to honor those who served to protect the free world....more>

Anne Norsic

Anne M. Norsic, of Southampton, died at her Henry Road, Southampton home Thursday. She was 93. She was born on June 20, 1921 in Hampton Bays, and was the daughter of John and Margaret Raynor....more>

Francis Fleetwood, 68

Francis Fleetwood, an architect whose work became the embodiment of the South of the Highway rich and famous, died on May 8 from an embolism. He had spent the previous days on a long flight from South America and a 24-hour delay in a South American airport due to volcano ash from Chile....more>
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