The Crab Shack, Orient, 2013
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Pictures of Snow From Other Years

[caption id="attachment_21325" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Crab Shack, Orient, 2013[/caption] Well, you knew you weren't going to get a White Christmas, and here it is, all sunny and balmy and soo.... well.... unusual..... We've compiled some of our favorite snow pictures from over the past couple years for you, so you can at least have some small taste of snow today. Have a grand day! [easingsliderpro id="71"] [easingsliderpro id="72"]    
Shinnecock Powwow
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Photos: Shinnecock Nation 69th Annual Powwow

[caption id="attachment_18640" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Shinnecock Nation hosted more than two dozen different dance competitions at their 69th Annual Powwow over Labor Day Weekend.[/caption] The Shinnecock Indian Nation hosted tribes from throughout North America at the powwow grounds on the Southampton reservation over Labor Day Weekend, for the 69th year in a row. The Shinnecock Powwow is considered one of the finest powwows in the country, and participants in more
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And Now, in the Storm’s Wake, The Digging

[caption id="attachment_12245" align="alignnone" width="600"] Down the Highway[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_12244" align="alignright" width="169"] The Southold Presbyterian Church[/caption] Snow totals reported by the National Weather Service as of the end of this week's blizzard are as follows: 29 inches in Southampton, 30 inches in Orient, 26.9 inches in Mattituck, 24 inches in Hampton Bays, 22 inches in Flanders, Baiting Hollow and Eastport, 20.3 inches in Noyac, 16.5 inches in Jamesport and 17.1 inches
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Giant pumpkins and baby gherkins take over downtown Riverhead

[caption id="attachment_2904" align="alignnone" width="600"] Vintage tractors are among the hundreds of neat things to see at the Country Fair today.[/caption] If you haven't yet made your way down to Riverhead for the 38th Annual Riverhead Country Fair, you still have time to get there by 5 p.m. to see all the great big vegetables. There are cute puppies waiting to be adopted everywhere, and food for any taste, as well
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Toast the Patron Saint of Naples!

[caption id="attachment_2731" align="alignnone" width="600"] San Gennaro watches over his feast in Hampton Bays[/caption] Three years ago, the good folks who own Scotto's Pork Store in Hampton Bays got tired of having nothing to do but pick pumpkins on the East End in October, and they decided to emulate the folks in Little Italy and have a big feast in honor of San Gennaro, the Patron Saint of Naples. They had
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Fire Trucks! Fire Trucks! Fire Trucks!

[caption id="attachment_2581" align="alignnone" width="600"] Flanders loves a parade[/caption] I have to admit, I was a little skeptical when I heard the Flanders Fire Department was going to shut down Flanders Road for a couple hours today to hold its 65th Anniversary Parade. After all, it's the weekend, and Flanders Road is just about the only thoroughfare from Riverhead to Hampton Bays that you can take without going far out of
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The Walking Eye visits Sag Harbor’s Fourth of July fireworks

[caption id="attachment_1014" align="alignnone" width="600"] Crowds gathered at the windmill at the foot of Long Wharf in anticipation of the show, which started slightly late but was well-received by the crowd.[/caption] Sag Harbor was packed to the gills Saturday night for the annual Fourth of July fireworks sponsored by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club on Bay Street.   [easingsliderlite]