Joyce Kubat's "Peaches"
Arts East Hampton Visual Arts

Joyce Kubat’s People To Inhabit The Walls of Guild Hall

This fall, Guild Hall’s Spiga Gallery plays host to a series of eerie human figures drawn from artist Joyce Kubat’s reservoir of knowledge of the intersection of human emotion, psychology and anatomy. “My People” is on view Saturday, Oct. 26 through Monday, Dec. 30. In this exhibition, Ms. Kubat assembles her people, a body of work which she has been developing since 2002.  Her media has remained the same and
Alzheimer's Association
Community East Hampton Health

Alzheimer’s Association Hosts Sessions at East Hampton Library

The Alzheimer’s Association will be conducting a three-part series on “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia” on Fridays Oct. 18, Oct. 25 and Nov. 1 at The East Hampton Library at 1 p.m., through funding provided by a grant from the New York State Department of Health. Alzheimer’s Disease is not a normal part of aging. It’s a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. At the
Alstom Haliade
East Hampton Letters Opinion

Letters: Two Views On Wind Farm Debate

Re: "East Hampton to host public hearing on wind farm easements," May 16. To the Editor: Commercial fishing interests are wary of Deepwater Wind and other offshore wind projects promoted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and now by the federal government, if not outright trying to block them. Recently I wondered what a Long Island fisherman, who I happen to know, thought about the issue, so I asked him. To my
David Lys takes the oath of office Jan. 19.
East Hampton Government

David Lys Appointed to East Hampton Town Board

[caption id="attachment_40943" align="alignright" width="350"] David Lys takes the oath of office Jan. 19.[/caption] The East Hampton Town Board voted 3-1 Jan. 18 to appoint town zoning board member David Lys, an advocate for beach access and the Amagansett Lifesaving Station, to a seat on the town board. Mr. Lys will fill the council seat left vacant when Peter Van Scoyoc was elected supervisor for the remainder of 2018, with a
Renewable Energy Long Island Executive Director Gordian Raacke at East Hampton's Energy Sustainability Committee meeting Nov. 20.
East Hampton Environment

East Hampton: Preparing for the Great Energy Transformation

[caption id="attachment_40204" align="alignnone" width="600"] Renewable Energy Long Island Executive Director Gordian Raacke at East Hampton's Energy Sustainability Committee meeting Nov. 20.[/caption] The South Fork is now in the middle of a Great Transformation from fossil fuel power to renewable energy. When East Hampton Town set out in 2014 on a quest to produce all its electricity from renewable sources by the year 2020, the task seemed far more daunting than
East Hampton Government News

East Hampton Braces for Helicopter Season

[caption id="attachment_7727" align="alignnone" width="600"] East Hampton Airport[/caption] Longtime East End news editor and pilot Peter Boody is champing at the bit to get to work at his new job as the senior airport attendant at the East Hampton Airport, where one of his responsibilities will be to respond to helicopter noise complaints. Mr. Boody said he "sat up all night and I figured it out and I can't wait to
East Hampton Environment

Suffolk County Agrees to Partner with Army Corps on Montauk Shoreline Project

[caption id="attachment_7125" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Army Corps’ flood inundation map for downtown Montauk.[/caption] Last week, when the Army Corps of Engineers pitched a $6 million plant to shore up the Atlantic Ocean beach in front of downtown Montauk, they had one big problem. They had no local partner for the project, and they needed a commitment to become the sponsor from either Suffolk County or East Hampton Town by April 30.
East Hampton Government News

East Hampton Gets Serious About Solar Power

[caption id="attachment_4102" align="alignnone" width="600"] A municipal power project by Sun Edison, one of East Hampton's three selected contractors | Courtesy Sun Edison[/caption] No town on the East End is more anxious to show off its solar proposals to our new electric utility, PSEG, than East Hampton. While towns throughout the East End are sending their solar wish lists to PSEG for consideration for a second round of renewable energy feed-ins to
East Hampton News Top Stories

New East Hampton Supervisor promises action on the environment

[caption id="attachment_4364" align="alignright" width="600"] Old newspapers serve many recycling purposes.[/caption] East Hampton has one of the lowest recycling rates on the East End, says new Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell, and he's planning to do something to change that this year, starting at Town Hall. This week, said Mr. Cantwell in a press release Wednesday, all town offices will begin recycling paper products, and the new supervisor said at Tuesday's work
East Hampton Government News

East Hampton searches for new gravesite for Ned

[caption id="attachment_3967" align="alignnone" width="600"] One of East Hampton's more than 30 small family gravesites, scattered mostly through the Northwest Woods and Springs. Ned had originally been the only person interred in a similarly fenced graveyard in Springs.[/caption] For a long time in East Hampton, people have been hearing tales of the grave site of Ned. Known only by his first name, the inscription on his 1817 gravestone had once read