03/29/17 12:00pm
ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Christopher Ward and Harrison Weslek race for the ball.

ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Christopher Ward and Harrison Weslek race for the ball.

The dodgeball tournament to benefit the Shelter Island Early Childhood Learning Center was a resounding success. The tournament was held on Saturday, March 25 in the Shelter Island School gymnasium, and in addition to drawing a great turnout, over $5,000 was raised for the preschool.

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03/29/17 8:00am
In March, artist and Shelter Island resident Roz Dimon traveled to Tokyo to take part in “Urban Disaster and Art 9-11/3-11,” an international symposium at the City and Art Institute of Waseda University. The title of the symposium refers to both the date of the terrorist attacks on New York City in September 2001 and the date of the earthquake and massive tsunami that devastated Japan in March of 2011. Roz described the symposium as a real “East-West exchange and eye opener!” During her trip, she posed with the Reporter in front of a store whose name translated essentially means “$1 or less.” “I loved the shared pop sensibilities of America and Tokyo!” Roz wrote us in an email. “After talking about 9/11 and 3/11 at Waseda University, I found time, of course, to find the real bargains! (the package in hand are 99 cent garden gloves for husband James :)”

Roz Dimon found some bargains at the “dollar store” in Tokyo.

In March, artist and Shelter Island resident Roz Dimon traveled to Tokyo to take part in “Urban Disaster and Art 9-11/3-11,” an international symposium at the City and Art Institute of Waseda University. The title of the symposium refers to both the date of the terrorist attacks on New York City in September 2001 and the date of the earthquake and massive tsunami that devastated Japan in March of 2011. (more…)

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03/26/17 3:00pm

Christine L. Tiernan
Christine L. Tiernan, 66, daughter of Charles Wallace and Louise D. Tiernan, died peacefully at home in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico on February 19, 2017 of an apparent heart attack.

She is survived by her son, Maxwell Tiernan Muller and her stepdaughter, Sherah Muller, as well as her five siblings: Charles Wallace Jr., Richard and Timothy Tiernan all of Shelter Island, Carroll Tiernan of Scarborough, Maine and Susan Madrigan of Brattleboro, Vermont. (more…)