04/21/14 7:00am
04/21/2014 7:00 AM
East End Arts announced today it has awarded Riverhead High School student José Alvizures with its annual Frances Ligon Memorial Scholarship.

East End Arts in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: File)

East End Arts is hosting the opening reception for its all-media art show “Line” on Friday, April 25, between 5 and 7 p.m.

Guest juried by architect/artist Hideaki Ariizumi and artist/graphic designer Debbie Ma.

Refreshments served. For more information, call Jane Kirkwood at 631-722-0900, or email gallery@eastendarts.org.

04/21/14 5:00am
Maureen's Haven in Riverhead. (Credit: Google Maps)

Maureen’s Haven in Riverhead. (Credit: Google Maps)

You can help raise funds to support Maureen’s Haven by signing up for discount coupons redeemable at local merchants.

The cost is $15. To sign up, register at The Rewards Network and either print coupons or access them via smartphone when visiting participating locations. Coupons from all participating merchants can be accessed at any time. To receive savings, display the appropriate coupon when you check out.

For more information, contact Maureen’s Haven at 631-727-6831 or visit maureenshaven.org.

04/20/14 9:27am
04/20/2014 9:27 AM
The Tyre Lodge in Riverside held its first Easter Egg hunt Saturday, and lodge Conductress Theodora Midgette said they hope to make it an annual event.

The Tyre Lodge in Riverside held its first Easter Egg hunt Saturday, and lodge Conductress Theodora Midgette said they hope to make it an annual event.

Easter egg hunts and special masses were held in the Riverhead area Saturday as part of the holiday weekend. Here are a handful of photos taken at these special events. (more…)

04/20/14 6:30am

books

It was a dark and stormy night. I dragged myself home from an endless stakeout, popped a Dos Equis and sprawled on the couch. Watched a documentary on “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” two historic bank robbers who didn’t look much like Paul Newman and Robert Redford. They were hunted down by Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency, whose motto was “We Never Sleep” and whose posters contained a simple drawing of a staring human eye. The film’s narrator said, “This is where the term ‘private eye’ came from.”  (more…)

04/19/14 6:00am
04/19/2014 6:00 AM

SWRfans

The Deli at Wading River has a large sign in its window. It reads: Good Luck SWR Wildcats Spring Sports. It is now spring, and with the change in the weather to more warmth and sun all our SWR spring teams have been picked and are working out and competing at this point. Best to you, SWR teams, and thank you, Deli at Wading River.  (more…)