11/17/19 6:00am

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Whether visiting to get some exercise, learn something new, observe wildlife or simply unplug, the 305-acre Quogue Wildlife Refuge offers a tranquil setting where nature and history collide.  (more…)

10/20/19 6:00am

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For most of the year, visitors to the Gateway Playhouse in Bellport Village are treated to Broadway-caliber musical theater productions. Come October, the 500-seat theater and surrounding property is transformed into an immersive, theatrical haunted house. (more…)

08/27/19 6:00am

Peter Berley at his home kitchen in South Jamesport. (Credit: David Benthal)

Becoming a chef wasn’t always part of the plan for Peter Berley.

In fact, it hadn’t crossed the Roslyn native’s mind until he began working in restaurants while studying at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

It was there, in the early 1970s, that he was introduced to macrobiotics.

A term coined in the 1950s by Nyoichi Sakurazawa (known to Westerners as George Ohsawa) in the 1950s, the macrobiotic philosophy of health embraces a diet based on whole grains, additive-free food and locally grown, seasonal vegetables. (more…)

08/17/19 5:55am

Comedian D.C. Benny and Erik Brown outside Brown’s Southold restaurant. (Credit: Tara Smith)

Something a bit different will be served up at Erik’s in Southold next Saturday: Dinner and a show.

The special menu will accompany a comedy show headlined by Ben Wartofsky aka D.C. Benny.

The Southold resident and top-eight finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing has performed nearby at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead and Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. But aside from the occasional open-mic stint at Taps and Corks, he’s never performed in Southold. (more…)

06/30/19 6:00am

The Silly Eats food truck was added in 2018 and is a welcome addition for patrons looking for a bite to eat on the water. (Credit: Grant Parpan)

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Hidden away in East Moriches is a tiny fishing station that has stood the test of time. Since taking the helm nearly four years ago, Silly Lily Fishing Station owner Jay Scott has breathed new life into the business while keeping its character — and history — in tact.

It’s one of the last of its kind; a place where visitors can rent paddle boards, kayaks, sailboats, motorized skiffs — and, of course, bait and tackle to take out fishing on Moriches Bay or perhaps to the sandy Cupsogue Beach for the day. (more…)