East End Beacon

Suffolk Historical Society to Host Symposium on “Long Island & The Great War”

Continuing their commemoration of the centennial of World War I, the Suffolk County Historical Society is hosting a symposium on the Long Island experience during the war on Saturday, March 10 from 8:30 a.m.

The Peconic Riverfront in the 1890s. The Congregational Church in the background is still standing today.

Riverhead’s 225th Anniversary, Told in Photos

On the heels of two successful Dodransquadricentennial celebrations in Southampton and Southold last year, Riverhead’s Quasquibicentennial this year has proved to inspire somewhat less interest — both an anniversary ball and a parade originally

The Sag Harbor Partnership has launched a new self-guided walking tour, "Permanent Residents of Oakland Cemetery."

Permanent Residents of Oakland Cemetery: A New Walking Tour from the Sag Harbor Partnership

The Sag Harbor Partnership, which has been busy the past several years putting together a series of self-guided walking tours of Sag Harbor that can be accessed through iPhone and Android apps, announced this

The Brewster House on Flanders Road in March.

The Brewster House of Flanders: A Community Treasure or an Accident Waiting to Happen?

While the current owners of the storied massive dilapidated blue former boarding house on Flanders Road are making the rounds of community meetings drumming up support for conversion of the building into a boutique

Signs in March urged the community to allow the restoration of the historic Hallock Fanning boarding house

Pondering the Fate of Historic Flanders Boarding House

Most people who’ve driven along Flanders Road in leafless seasons have seen the massive, boarded-up blue former boarding house peeking through the trees behind the Flanders Memorial Park. This building, best known locally as The Brewster

Second House, covered in vines, in a photo from the Montauk Historical Society's archives.

When Montauk Was East Hampton’s Pasture

Back when all of the East End was a wild nether land on the edge of the minds of Manhattanites, Montauk was a vast pastureland for the livestock of East Hampton’s farmers. From the 1760s

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