Fourth of July in the Hamptons is always an exciting time of the year. Whether you're watching from the beach, a restaurant in Montauk, or the deck of your boat, nothing puts you in a more patriotic mood than a good fireworks show. Here is where you can enjoy fireworks and festivities this year.
A 30-foot sculpture of an aluminum woman appeared seemingly overnight at Gabreski Airport, stunning Westhampton Beach Village officials and residents.
More than 40 East End volunteers teamed up with members of the Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences in hopes of helping to revitalize Shinnecock Bay.
Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski of Hamptons Marathon, Inc., and their partner Matt Linick of Running Away, Inc. presented checks valuing $10,000 to both the Bridgehampton Museum and the Southampton Hospital.
Hiram's Paddle for the People is inviting East End residents to get wet, have some fun, and enjoy a chef-inspired barbeque lunch while raising funds for the local Sag Harbor food pantry, summer camp and school scholarships.
Southampton SeptemberFest offers residents and visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy Southampton's rich cultural heritage and its close connection to agriculture and the sea during one of the most beautiful times of year.
Rowdy Hall in East Hampton is challenging customers to get inked as part of their ongoing #Rowdyink tattoo contest.
During the 7th Annual Day of Education and Healing for the Ovarian and Breast Connection, the SASS Foundation for Medical Research, Inc. recognized Southampton Hospital's Coalition for Women's Cancers with the Gerry Trunz Memorial Award.
The Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum, Long Island's only Native-American owned and operated museum, will host their 13th Annual Strawberry Harvest Festival.
The 35th Annual Shelter Island 10K, sponsored this year by designer and author Jonathan Adler, is a summer highlight that will guide participants through the picturesque views of the tiny island, with a pre-sunset start time.