Some of the images on display in the show. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
It’s part art exhibit and part call to action.
A new show focused on building a community committed to protecting our marine environment is coming to the East End.
Sea Something, Save Something will open at Castello di Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue on Saturday, April 29. A reception will be held from 6 to 9 p.m.
A man on a bike in Ninh Binh, Vietnam. (Credit: Madison Fender)
Greenport photographer and northforker contributor
Madison Fender will show off photographs from her recent trek through Southeast Asia in an exhibit at Industry Standard this month.
There will be a kickoff party at the restaurant on Tuesday, April 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. The photos will remain on display for one month. The party is open to the public and is free to attend.
Kara Hoblin made this chalk mural for the Times Review Media Group office. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
When I walked into our Mattituck office last Friday morning, I stopped in my tracks and stared at the wall.
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Artist Kara Hoblin (from left), Poetry at Poquatuck organizer Yvonne Lieblein and poet Vivian Eyre hold up Hoblin’s painting “Whale,” which was presented at last year’s event. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
For the 11th year , local artists and poets will team up to raise money for the historic Poquatuck Hall in Orient.
For this week’s “One minute on the North Fork” we filmed along the Peconic River on a cool afternoon Thursday near downtown Riverhead.
A view from atop the Route 105 bridge looking east offers a view to the left of Indian Island Park. It was a quiet day as winter winds down.
Enjoy the views!
Has Daylight Savings Time got you struggling to adjust today? Did you have a particularly difficult Monday morning?
Step back and take a breath with this stunning aerial video from Greenport photographer David Benthal.