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Mary's Marvelous Closing Up Shop

Much to the chagrin of her legions of loyal customers, Mary Schoenlein announced this week that her retail bakery and takeout spot Mary's Marvelous on East Hampton's Newtown Lane will be shutting its doors for good at the close of business on Sunday. The move was not unexpected — Hampton...
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News for Foodies 09.16.21

In celebration of Mexican Independence Day, Coche Comedor in Amagansett has two special dishes today. Pork and hominy soup with shredded lettuce, radishes, onions, and cilantro is $12, and braised beef short ribs with ancho and pasilla chiles, Mexican pepperleaf, and a corn tamale is $34. Tiny Harbor Cafe. Tiny...
AMAGANSETT, NY
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Bits and Pieces 09.16.21

The Hampton Designer Showhouse, a benefit that has raised close to $2 million for Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, is returning, this time in September, when it usually closes, and featuring a historic house restoration as its venue. Typically, the houses transformed by interior designers for this show are donated by...
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Harold McCracken Captures an East Hampton Anniversary

Next week, East Hampton Village begins its belated centennial celebration of the village's incorporation. Inspired by the 1920s while planning the events for this anniversary, the village also looked at many of the Town of East Hampton's large anniversary events, such as the 350th anniversary celebration in 1998. One of the earliest town anniversaries we have photographs from is the August 1924 pageant for the 275th anniversary of the town.
EAST HAMPTON, NY
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Sherlock Returns to Southampton

Like so many cultural programs, the Boots on the Ground Theater company’s production of “Sherlock’s Secret Life” opened at the Southampton Cultural Center in early March of 2020, only to close a week later. After 18 months in limbo, the production will launch a three-and-a-half week run at the center tomorrow.
SOUTHAMPTON, NY
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The Music Scene 09.16.21

The Hamptons Jazz Fest rolls on, with the Iris Ornig Trio set to play Thursday night from 6 to 8 at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton. More performances are in store for the Sag Harbor American Music Festival on Friday, Sept. 24, and Sept. 25. After several weeks of performances all around the South Fork, the jazz fest concludes on Sept. 30.
BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY
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I-Tri Ride and Wine Is Saturday

I-Tri's annual Hamptons Ride and Wine cycling event, with 10 and 30-mile routes, sets out on Saturday morning from the Channing Sculpture Garden next to the Channing Daughters Winery in Bridgehampton. Participants will finish their rides at the sculpture garden with a buffet lunch and curated wine tasting. The ride,...
BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY
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Ditch the Car for a Day

This year's Car Free Day, when people are encouraged to get around without cars and instead ride a train, bus, subway, bicycle, or carpool or walk, happens on Sept. 22 on Long Island. Last year, the day was celebrated in more than 3,100 cities in 50 countries around the world,...
EAST HAMPTON, NY

Long Island Press Was Founded As Long Island Farmer in 1821

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York. Two centuries ago in January 1821, Henry C. Sleight, a Sag Harbor resident who had served in the War of 1812, founded the Long Island Farmer in Jamaica, Queens, kicking off a long and proud legacy that has evolved into the publication you’re reading today.
SAG HARBOR, NY
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Soccer Club for Students in Bridgehampton

Starting Tuesday, Bridgehampton School students can take part in a new after-school club meant to teach the basics of soccer. In this free program, coaches from the Southampton Town United Soccer Club will work with kids on dribbling, passing, shooting, and other fundamentals. The program will be held rain or...
BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY
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Gus Antell, 95

Gus Antell, a high school teacher and the author of several textbooks on economics and the history of Western civilization, died on Saturday at home in East Hampton. He was 95. After serving as a first lieutenant in the Army during World War II, he had a 30-year teaching career...
EAST HAMPTON, NY
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Lucia Naimoli, 95

Lucia Margaret Naimoli, known as Lucy to family and friends, died on Aug. 8 at home in Montauk of respiratory failure from complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 95 and had been ill for three months. While living in East Meadow, she was active in the PTA and president of...
MONTAUK, NY
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Noyac's Favorite Butcher

"If you need anything special, please let me know" is a familiar refrain at the meat counter inside Cromer's Market in Noyac, where Ray Samot, Cromer's butcher, made the final knots on a loin as he chatted with the stream of customers approaching the counter. It was mid-afternoon on a Thursday and people were already planning for weekend dinners.
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Nina Fingerhood, 86

Nina Fingerhood, a resident of Augie's Path in East Hampton and Manhattan's Upper East Side, died on Aug. 23 at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. The cause was encephalitis. Mrs. Fingerhood, who was 86, had been ill for two weeks. "Nina lived her life with grace and integrity, a true...
EAST HAMPTON, NY
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September 11 Memorial Events

A Sept. 11 memorial ceremony will take place Saturday at 8 a.m. at the Southampton Fire Department, 470 Hampton Road in Southampton Village. There will be several speakers and a rededication of the monument. Parking is on Hampton Road and Narrow Lane, portions of which will be closed to traffic for the duration of the ceremony along with Potato Field Road.
SOUTHAMPTON, NY
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On Paid Parking, Cheap Clothes, Clam Pies, and More

Paid parking regulations in the Reutershan and Schenck lots in East Hampton Village will expire on Wednesday. Three hours of free parking will be allowed in each until the regulations resume in May. All you need is a dollar and a dream — of swank duds — through Saturday at...
EAST HAMPTON, NY
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For Linda Ann Leland

Thank you for reading . . . ...Your support for The East Hampton Star helps us deliver the news, arts, and community information you need. Whether you are an online subscriber, get the paper in the mail, delivered to your door in Manhattan, or are just passing through, every reader counts. We value you for being part of The Star family.
MANHATTAN, NY
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Recorded Deed 09.09.21

Carol A. Kennedy to Eve and Martin Samson, 84 Leeton Road, Oct. 30, $1,416,000. Martha Bracco to John McLeod, 1889 Montauk Highway, June 25, $1,230,000. Ashlova L.L.C. to 66 Bowery L.L.C., 8 Cozzens Lane, July 13, $4,200,000. EAST HAMPTON. Galina Kaloyanova to Mohammed Hajjaji, 27 Harbor View Drive, April 13,...
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Point of View: A Delight to Listen

A genial scientist was holding forth in Mashashimuet’s parking lot one recent Sunday morning after a softball game and I stayed to listen to the interesting things he had to say about education, about the damage some tests can do, pigeonholing many of us before we begin to take flight.
EDUCATION
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