AMP Architecture is a small Mattituck firm owned by three Mattituck High School alumni, Anthony Portillo, Brooke Epperson and Kyle Edstrom.
The firm does business across Long Island and in the city, but home is where the partners’ hearts are. Growing up on the North Fork, and still living out here today, they share an admiration for many of the old and new buildings in the area. READ
My name is Janene Curtis and I’m interning here at Goodale Farms to be a cheese master. I started working here last year. Generally around this time my responsibilities are: I’m in charge of making the milk, making the cheese, doing the yogurt and also just making sure the room is clean at the end of the day.
My name is Mary Cantone. I own the William Ris Gallery on the North Fork of Long Island in Jamesport. My brother’s name was William Ris and the gallery’s named in his memory. [My brother and mother] started the gallery back in the ’60s. I moved to the North Fork about 19 months ago.
Hi. I’m Howard Waldman. I’m the proprietor of Jamesport Country Store. We’ve been here for 45 years. I was living and working in Manhattan and my mother wanted to leave her job, so we decided we would open this store. She opened it in 1973. My mother passed away in 1983 and we had a young lady running the store. I retired from my job in 1989 in New York and came here full time.
Victoria Witzcak knows how to take giving back to a whole new — and tasty — level.
Last year, the 12-year-old from Cutchogue decided to create an event dubbed the NoFo Tomato Sauce Boss Contest as a way to raise money to pay back a grant she received from the organization Katie’s Krops. The money enabled her to grow produce to donate to local food pantries. READ