This home is a boater’s dream — right down to its very core.
It was built in 1850 by whaleboat captain Libbeus Vincent King, who was born in Wainscott but once lived in this historic residence on First Street in New Suffolk, where King Street is named for him. (more…)
Gabe Pentax and Megan Robinson came from Brooklyn to enjoy the chowder. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
New Suffolk Waterfront Fund hosted its 11th annual Chowderfest fundraiser Saturday. The family-friendly event drew hundreds for an afternoon of live music, barbecue, kids games, and, of course, chowder sampling. (more…)
Russell McAleavey and Sommer Constabile of Astoria at Chowderfest. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The annual New Suffolk Chowderfest is returning to the waterfront Memorial Day weekend. Now in its 11th year, the family-friendly event hosted by the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund draws hundreds to the small hamlet to kick off the summer season.
“We’ll have 35 gallons of chowder this year,” said New Suffolk Waterfront Fund chair Patty Lowry. “Everyone can enjoy it while taking in the most beautiful water views on the North Fork.” (more…)