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 member of the Recorder Orchestra of New York warms up before a performance Saturday afternoon. (Credit: Paul Squire)
You probably thought recorders — those two-toned wind instruments — were only for elementary school music classes.
The Recorder Orchestra of New York celebrated its 20th anniversary with a concert at the Jamesport Meeting House Saturday afternoon. The group played a variety of tunes, from medieval dances to hymns and French compositions.
“The recorder is kind of a singing substitute,” Musical Director Patsy Rogers told the crowd. “It’s a peaceful kind of instrument.”
Check below for photos and a brief excerpt from the concert:
Musical Director Patsy Rogers plays a clock bell during one of the orchestra’s songs. (Credit: Paul Squire)
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The recorders used in the orchestra’s anniversary concert were all different sizes. (Credit: Paul Squire)
These two baby owls were recused Monday at same house where another owl was saved last week. (Credit: Joseph DiVello)
Baby owls are having a tough time staying in their nest at one Southold property.
Four days after a local real estate agent and animal rescue crews helped a juvenile great horned owl back into its tree after it had fallen, two babies found themselves in a similar situation Sunday. (more…)
William Duffy. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The Southold Town Board passed legislation Tuesday that allows the board to hire Riverhead’s deputy town attorney for the vacant Southold Town attorney position. (more…)
Forrest Vail had a 486 series for Riverhead, which swept Southold in three games at Wildwood Lanes in Riverhead. (Credit: Garret Meade)
BLUE WAVES 31, FIRST SETTLERS 2
When the bottom two high school boys bowling teams in Suffolk County League IV faced each other on Monday, they both saw it as an opportunity to walk away with points, something that hasn’t been too plentiful for either side this season.
It was Riverhead that garnered the lion’s share of them at Southold’s expense. Three Blue Waves rolled three-game series scores of 564 or higher in a 31-2 win.
Joe Gergela at his retirement party Saturday evening at Duckwalk Vineyards in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroder)
A retirement party was held Saturday evening for longtime Long Island Farm Bureau executive director Joe Gergela. (more…)
Officers arrested a Riverhead driver and his teen passenger late Tuesday night after the driver was caught driving drunk in Southold, police said. (more…)
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…)