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…)
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…)
Jack’s Shack at Sound View opened on Friday, June 29. (Courtesy photo)
Here are the seven most-read stories this week on northforker.com. To keep up with food, wine, real estate and lifestyle news on the North Fork, like us on Facebook, check out our Instagram page (@The_Northforker) and follow @northforker1 on Twitter. (more…)
A view from my parent’s deck overlooking Corey Creek in Southold. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Cutchogue home of Arnold and Karen Blair a few weeks back. You may not recognize their names, but perhaps you’d recognized their garden. Their slice of heaven spans more than three acres above the Peconic — a stretch that encompasses manicured fauna, preserved wetlands and beaches — a true testament to the glory of the North Fork landscape. (more…)