Baseball season is coming to a close and football is now upon us. I’ve done columns about baseball books — the classics, like Malamud’s “The Natural,” Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Wait Till Next Year,” “Summer of ’49” (David Halberstam), “Bang the Drum Slowly” (Mark Harris). There are lots to choose from, but football books? Not all that many, although … (more…)
In the words of C.K. Auto in Wading River, “Can you believe summer is over?” How true. August is gone and we started September with small periods of heat spikes. But for the most part, summer is also gone and the weather is gorgeous, feeling more like autumn. (more…)
• “Perception,” a group exhibit featuring artists from the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery, will be on display Sept. 20 to Oct. 14 at the Jedediah Hawkins Inn barn gallery. (more…)
Brrr! I actually wore shoes Sunday morning. That didn’t last long, but it was chilly!
Get ready for lots of orange as the arrival of pumpkins is right around the corner. Good luck, everyone! (more…)
The weather is changing and it’s beginning to look a lot like fall on the North Fork!
Hallockville Museum Farm’s Fall Festival was a huge success; lots of people, crafts and fall fun. There is always something interesting happening at Hallockville. (more…)
Flanders artist Andrea Cote, who met with the Greenport Village Board to discuss her latest project Monday night, said she plans to install a temporary interactive art piece in Mitchell Park that highlights the village’s history. (more…)
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of East Quogue and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Israel of Greenport have announced the engagement of their children, Stephanie and Isaac, who met at Temple Israel of Riverhead. (more…)