The Sag Harbor Village Board at the Jan. 27 community forum.
Housing Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Community Hashes Out Housing Options

Pictured Above: The Sag Harbor Village Board at the Jan. 27 community forum. When our children can no longer afford to stay on the East End, are we still a community? Of all the existential questions facing this region, this one cuts most close to home for everyone who has experienced the recent mass exodus of longtime friends and neighbors, and their own children. The Village of Sag Harbor, which
Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium
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Port & Harbor: Keeping Historic Seaside Villages Alive & Vibrant

Pictured Above: Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium, built in 1894. How can we preserve historic buildings and also ensure a vibrant working community can still remain in the seaside villages of the East End? These are questions being asked by Sag Harbor-based artist Sabina Streeter in an exhibition, “Port & Harbor,” on view in Greenport’s
A still from “American Symphony,” which will be featured at the Hamptons Doc Fest’s Pennebaker Award Gala Dec. 2.
Arts Film Sag Harbor

Hamptons Doc Fest: Films That Inspire a Sense of Belonging

Pictured Above: A still from “American Symphony,” which will be featured at the Hamptons Doc Fest’s Pennebaker Award Gala Dec. 2. This year’s Hamptons Doc Fest will once again masterfully capture the breadth of human experience in a series of 30 films shown over the course of seven days at the Sag Harbor Cinema and Bay Street Theater beginning Nov. 30. The films cover a broad range of topical ground,
The Sag Harbor Express whaleboat team were the champions at yesterday's HarborFest whaleboat races.
Housing Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Plans Village-Wide Affordable Housing Overlay District

The Sag Harbor Village Board is expected to introduce a code revision in February that would make the entire village an Affordable Housing Overlay District, allowing affordable apartments in commercial districts and auxiliary housing units in the residentially zoned portion of the Village. Like in much of the East End, Sag Harbor’s local residents have faced a crushing increase in the cost of housing in recent years, forcing many to
The cover of Jeffrey Colvin’s novel “Africaville.”
Arts East Hampton Literature Sag Harbor

Celebrating “Africaville” on the South Fork

Numerous arts and cultural institutions on the South Fork are celebrating a visit this weekend by Jeffrey Colvin, author of the novel "Africaville," about a small Nova Scotia town settled in the waning years of the eighteenth century by formerly enslaved people. The debut novel was awarded the Honor Fiction Prize by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. The weekend's events, dubbed "Present Tense: Black Lives Matter(ed)," include
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Sag Harbor Celebrates its Roots

Sag Harbor has long been a cultural jewel among the towns dotting the East End, a haven for writers, artists and performers seeking solace in a town once know for its working class roots and its spiritual distance from the avarice abounding in other South Fork towns. This May, for the fourth time, cultural institutions throughout Sag Harbor are celebrating their village with the Sag Harbor Cultural Heritage Festival, this
The film poster for "Biggest Little Farm."
Arts Film Sag Harbor Southampton

Farms, Journalists and Miles Davis! Oh My!

Pictured Above: The film poster for "Biggest Little Farm." Hamptons Doc Fest inaugurates spring with its annual celebration that this year includes two Sundays of Spring Docs — April 28 at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, and May 5 at 5 p.m. at the Southampton Arts Center. At Bay Street Theatre on April 28, Hamptons Doc Fest will screen “Biggest Little Farm at 1 p.m. and “Miles Davis: The
Film Sag Harbor

Passion for Docs Keeps Growing in Hamptons Take 2 Film Fest’s 10th Year

Passion for Docs Keeps Growing in Hamptons Take 2 Film Fest's 10th Year by Kara Westerman The “golden age of documentaries” is certainly here, and the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, in its 10th anniversary year, is partly responsible and partly benefitting from this golden opportunity. Netflix and HBO have made the documentary film de rigueur for the home watcher, but there is still nothing like a film festival
The Sag Harbor Partnership has launched a new self-guided walking tour, "Permanent Residents of Oakland Cemetery."
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Permanent Residents of Oakland Cemetery: A New Walking Tour from the Sag Harbor Partnership

[caption id="attachment_29567" align="alignnone" width="631"] The Sag Harbor Partnership has launched a new self-guided walking tour, "Permanent Residents of Oakland Cemetery."[/caption] 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 week that they've released a new walking tour, just in time for Halloween, titled "Permanent Residents