REPORTER FILE PHOTO Summer sunset seen from the Pridwin.
Two of Shelter Island’s landmark hotels, the Pridwin and the Ram’s Head Inn, have added new food and beverage options to their repertoire this year, while also undertaking significant investments to revitalize their physical spaces. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Happy days. James Hull, proprietor of the just-opened Shelter Island Craft Brewery, drawing a cold one for customers at the brew pub’s opening last week.
Shelter Island’s first craft brew pub is open, offering a range of regular products and a rotating list of special beers on the site of the former Roy Reeves Insurance agency offices on the corner of Route 114 and Jaspa Road.
The Shelter Island Craft Brewery had a “soft opening” on Friday and will officially cut the ribbon on Thursday, just in time for the 10K weekend. (more…)
Oceans cover almost three-quarters of the earth. Without them, the planet could not exist nor could humanity survive, yet they remain a relatively under-explored part of our world.
Come to the library on Friday, June 12 at 7 p.m. when Island resident Melanie Stiassny takes us on an epic, oceanic journey while talking about her new book, and helps us learn a little more about this watery wonder. (more…)
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Kate Cunningham and Howard Johansen at Vue.
Businesses are gearing up for the summer of 2015 to make our lives more interesting, easier and hopefully, a whole lot tastier. The biz buzz this year is on the new and the revamping of some old favorites, as well as the addition of several professional service providers. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO | A battle over a wetlands application heated up at at the Town Board meting Friday.
A routine town board meeting on Friday, March 27 took a turn for the dramatic during the discussion of the wetlands application for property at 4-D Peconic Avenue. (more…)