SOPHIE FLAX PHOTO A wild turkey in Noyac’s Morton Wildlife Preserve as photographed by the author’s daughter, an avowed vegetarian who will not be eating his (or her) brethren this Thursday.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, some folks are known for their perfectly cooked turkey, while others excel in the pie-making department. Me? I shine in an entirely different arena — as queen of the nontraditional Thanksgiving.
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Local scallops — a basketful of bounty.
After reading last week’s Reporter story about Steve Lenox and the opening of scallop season and listening to Billy Gremmler telling Gary Sapien on WLNG about all the scallops he’d be serving this weekend, I just had to have some.
It was Thursday afternoon so I went to see Jimmy Hayward at Commander Cody’s. I saw some recently opened shells outside — a good sign — but the place was closed. (more…)
TIMES REVIEW PHOTO Laura Jens-Smith
In Suffolk County — and all over the United States — last week’s election saw great victories for women to enter government. There were many breakthroughs.
Laura Jens-Smith, for example, was elected supervisor of the Town of Riverhead, the first woman elected supervisor of Riverhead since the town was founded 225 years ago. (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO
If you know, let us know. Send your responses to [email protected] or phone (631) 749-1000, extension 18. (more…)
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Supervisor Jim Dougherty
Codger first met Jim Dougherty in the big city a quarter-century ago. (more…)