Dean Yaxa of Southold shucks clams and oysters at Sunday’s ‘Cluck and Muck’ fundraiser in Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos).
Southold Indian Museum hosted a “Cluck and Muck” fundraiser Sunday night at McCall Wines in Cutchogue.
Fried chicken, steamers, clams, mussels and lobster were all on the menu along with a selection of local wines and beer.
The event also featured live music by Points East and a silent auction of artwork and gift packages.
Marco and Ann Borghese. (Credit: Jane Starwood file photo)
Marco Borghese might have been a prince in his native Italy, but those who knew him here remembered him as a man with an approachability that belied his noble roots.
“He never needed the spotlight,” his son Fernando told a crowd of mourners at Our Lady Of Ostrabrama Church in Cutchogue. “He was always more concerned about everybody else around him.”
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Crab cakes from Orient by the Sea. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
It seems I’ve failed. During past weeks, I’ve spent so much time searching for something that appears not to exist. And all because of a great big sign I saw outside Modern Snack Bar on Main Road in Aquebogue.
The sign read “The Best Crabs Are Here.” Now I know our North Fork has the best of many things. From beaches to bays, to warm summer days, we are blessed. But crabs? I knew I’d have to investigate. (more…)
Jerry Halpin and Nancy Reyer teamed up for Saturday’s fundraiser at Skydive Long Island. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
Nancy Reyer and her son, Michael Hubbard, had always planned to go skydiving on his 18th birthday.
Michael turned 18 on Saturday, and while he and his mom couldn’t skydive, they found a way to still complete their goal at Skydive Long Island.
The 40th annual Polish Town Fair was held Saturday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Riverhead was the scene of the 40th annual Polish Town Fair and Festival Saturday. (more…)
“ New Suffolk Moorings” 30 X 40 Oil on Canvas (Credit: Courtesy)
• “Fair Winds and Tides,” paintings by East End artist Max Moran, will be presented from Aug. 16 to Sept. 14 at Jedediah Hawkins Inn’s barn gallery in Jamesport. An opening reception is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16. (more…)
Pat and John Kurpetski were pleasantly surprised when their son, John Henry, and their grandson, Logan, visited from Florida for 12 days. During that time they fished at Indian Island and went to Cupsogue Beach. They also enjoyed go-karting and playing laser tag and miniature golf with Logan’s uncle, Robert Kurpetski, his friend Jenn Wicks and her children. (more…)
Jamesport Meeting House. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
There will be a meeting Thursday at Jamesport Meeting House from 7 to 8 p.m. to discuss a proposal to create a Main Road National Register Historic District.