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“The Center Will Hold”: Art as a Message of Hope

Pictured Above: "The Garden," one of a series of prints from the book "The Garden," a series of richly colored prints and dreamlike stories. Mattituck-based artist and writer Anne Sherwood Pundyk has long been fascinated with how we define beauty, a subjective process that relies heavily on our cultural expectations. It’s a subject she’s explored often in her work for decades, especially after she read philosopher Emmanuel Kant’s Third Critique
Construction began Aug. 17, 2022 on the Three Mile Harbor housing complex, a $33 million development by Georgica Green Ventures and the East Hampton Housing Authority that is designed to bring 50 new energy-efficient rental apartments to East Hampton.
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East Hampton Shares Plans for Housing Fund Money

Pictured Above: At the 2022 groundbreaking on the Three Mile Harbor housing complex, a $33 million development by Georgica Green Ventures and the East Hampton Housing Authority that is designed to bring 50 new energy-efficient rental apartments to East Hampton. The Town's Community Housing Fund could be used to help pay for similar projects. East Hampton Town now has $4.2 million in its Community Housing Fund, and over the next
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This Morning’s Bulletin — 4.19.24

Pictured Above: Witnesses to a double rainbow, New Suffolk Beach, Thursday afternoon. Good Morning! • We're expecting partly sunny skies today, with a high temperature near 54 degrees and a northeast wind 6 to 10 miles per hour, becoming southeast in the afternoon. We're expecting showers overnight, with a low around 45, and into Saturday morning. Skies will gradually become mostly sunny on Saturday, with a high near 63. Sunday will
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Civic Groups, Group for the East End Join Chorus Advocating for Broad Southold Development Moratorium

"Save What's Left" may be the North Fork Environmental Council's motto, but this week the NFEC is no longer alone in asking the Town of Southold to do just that. The leaders of nearly every civic association on the North Fork, along with the Group for the East End, spoke up at Southold Town Hall Tuesday, April 16, advocating for a broad moratorium on development while the town finishes a
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This Morning’s Bulletin — 4.17.24

Good Morning! • We're expecting partly sunny skies today, with a high temperature near 58 degrees and a 30 percent chance of showers after 2 p.m., with a northeast wind 5 to 9 miles per hour, becoming southeast in the afternoon. We're expecting showers overnight, with a low around 42. Showers will continue into Thursday, with a high near 52, and we're expecting patchy drizzle early Friday, with a high near
East End Jazz: (l-r) Bill Smith, Olivia and Iris Ornig at the Maker Fair
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Advice from the Makers

Pictured Above: East End Jazz: (l-r) Bill Smith, Olivia Foschi and Iris Ornig at the Maker Fair It's been five years since the Peconic Community School was last able to hold a Maker Fair, its annual spring gathering of inventors, fixers, potters and tinkerers, scientists, farmers, cooks, musicians and writers, who come together to share their skills with the community, due to the upheaval wrought by pandemic health concerns. This
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Duck Creek Arts Center Hosts ‘Airing of the Quilts’

The Arts Center at Duck Creek will hold its second annual Airing of Quilts on Saturday, April 20 (Rain date: Sunday, April 21). This all-day community event is organized by artists Louise Eastman and Erica-Lynn Huberty, and is expected to be a joyous celebration of community, creativity, and the arrival of spring. The Airing of the Quilts is a cherished spring Appalachian tradition marking the transition from winter to spring,
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Suffolk County Water Authority Reacts to New Federal PFAS Standards

Pictured Above: A SCWA water main being installed in Manorville in 2023. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday, April 10 that it is setting a new, stringent standard for perfluorinated compounds in public drinking water supplies. The compounds, known collectively as PFAS, were frequently used in the 20th Century in household items ranging from fabric protectors to food packaging to cosmetics and non-stick cookware, and are also a primary