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Posing incognito and dressed for the weather, North Ferry captains Samantha Raymond (left) and Kristin Payano were spotted waiting for passengers at the North Ferry Terminal on Wednesday morning.
The cold temps and wind chills, not to mention over two feet of snow, were Winter Storm Juno’s legacy.
Here’s what’s happening around the Island from Thursday, January 29 to Friday, February 6. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO |Artist Roz Dimon in her studio.
Shelter Island artist Roz Dimon will discuss the creative process behind the paintings and drawings she makes with contemporary digital media at Friday Night Dialogues at the Library on January 30 at 7 p.m. “Digital Art: The Inside Scoop with Roz Dimon” will include a slide show presentation and a display of original works, currently on exhibit in the library’s Community Room. (more…)
One of our favorite amateur Island historians, Tom Speeches, came through again with his description of the 1909 postcard sent by Brian Caputo of Commack. Mr. Caputo said he “collects vintage postcards from Shelter Island because it’s my favorite place.”
Back in the 1940s, motion pictures reigned supreme as America’s most popular form of art and entertainment. Although a brand new medium called television was edging onto the cultural landscape, it would not become a dominant force until the next decade. (more…)