Last summer, when students in Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild’s “Green Project Runway” class watched a film about the decline of monarch butterflies due to a loss of habitat, they were angry. They were upset. And they wanted to do something to address the issue locally.
People love to hate pushups.
And why shouldn’t they? Pushups are hard. They hurt and are difficult to execute correctly. READ
A former editor of the Riverhead News-Review and a “lifelong newspaper man,” Robert Wacker died Tuesday night. He was 92. (more…)
A customer honked his horn as he passed by Al Amore’s Tailored Male Barber Shop in Cutchogue earlier this month. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
You’ll have to forgive Al Amore if he doesn’t remember the newspaper article he just read.
The title of the movie he just saw or the score of the game, well, he probably can’t recall those either.
But say you found yourself in his barber chair, chatting nervously about your brother’s wedding to come later that day — well don’t be surprised if weeks later he asks you how the toast went. (more…)
A Cutchogue man with a history of arrests was charged Wednesday night for twice burglarizing a Route 58 business in recent weeks, Riverhead Town police said.
Joseph Reiter Jr., 37, of Cutchogue, who was wanted on New York State parole warrant, was arrested about 10:55 p.m. and charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, a felony, police said.
Jason Tang, left, with David Markel of Southold the morning after they met during a nor’easter last week. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister)
In this week’s edition of our North Fork in the News podcast, we look at one story that spans the globe and another close to home. (more…)
The words enchanting, romantic and serene only begin to describe this $3.7 million Cutchogue dream home. Located in the exclusive Nassau Point neighborhood and boasting a beachfront view, this 1920s-era home is unrivaled in charm and tranquility. Private beach rights put the cherry on top of this retreat.
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The crowd at Harvest East End, held again at McCall Wines in Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
When asked at the food and wine bash Dan’s Harvest East End on Saturday which New York wine was his favorite, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he could not choose.
“We love our wine in New York,” Cuomo said. “I love them all equally.” (more…)