As part of the Long Island Wine Council’s ongoing celebration of the local wine region’s 40th anniversary, Harvest East End, the area’s premier tasting event, was held Saturday night in Cutchogue. The event, organized by the wine council and sponsored by Wine Enthusiast magazine with support from Merliance, the Long Island Merlot Alliance, took place at McCall Vineyards.
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The Gene Casey Trio held a Winterfest performance at Jamesport Vineyards on Saturday and played classic rhythm and blues to a packed crowd of music fans. Scroll down to view photos from the event:
With temperatures in the mid-50s for the first time this decade – or so it feels — Saturday was a great day to spend on the Peconic Riverfront Saturday. And with the farmer’s market open, lots of people did. But it was an old wooden man who spends his days on the river rain or […]
The team of East End women behind the very unique Apron Strings Project will host auditions for the production March 21-22 in Riverhead. The series of short scenes, monologues and musical pieces about a collection of 21 old-fashioned aprons and the women who once wore them will take the stage at the historic Vail-Leavitt Music Hall […]
The Jamesport Country Store offers lots of products unique to the North Fork, but it’s a product that’s unique ON the North Fork that caught our attention this weekend. As it has in the past, the store is again selling retro German paper mache eggs this Easter season. Jamesport Country Store owner Howie Waldman said […]