There’s a day here on the East End that’s referred to as Tumbleweed Tuesday. It’s a name for the day after Labor Day, when the visitor traffic supposedly ends and tumbleweeds can be seen blowing across the road.
It’s more of a Hamptons thing. On the North Fork, that day doesn’t really exist — not anymore at least. (more…)
The cover of the September issue photographed by David Benthal.
Originally conceptualized as a special section of The Suffolk Times, “The Working Waterfront” was the brainchild of Times Review Media Group executive editor Steve Wick, who also wrote the cover story on Captain Mark Phillips of Greenport.
Wick’s reason for wanting to cover this topic was simple: The North Fork’s history is deeply tied to the waters that surround it. And unlike agriculture, which has been forced to adapt throughout the years but continues to be a major industry here, the number of people making their living on the water has dropped off tremendously in recent decades. (more…)
When I look back each week at the most popular content on our website, it’s usually the stories and videos that told our readers something they didn’t know. That might include the opening of a new business, the dates for a popular upcoming event or a profile about someone unknown to the majority of our audience. (more…)
Doug Cooper of Cooper Farms in Mattituck proved an able cover model for this month’s issue of northforker magazine. (Credit: David Benthal)
When people hear that I live more than a half-hour from our office in Mattituck, they seem genuinely concerned about the time I spend commuting.
But unlike folks who roll out of bed at 5 a.m. to catch a train or beat the Long Island Expressway traffic into the city, my commute is spent traveling on Route 25 or Sound Avenue through Jamesport and Mattituck. (more…)