AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO A ‘bike route’ but no ‘bike lanes.’
Sharing the road
To the Editor:
I read with interest the story “Safer biking?” in the July 5 Reporter.
It contained a thorough discussion of a number of options, and not ones I was entirely aware were pending. Some years ago I participated as Town Engineer in a survey at the county/state level in which thoughts were solicited concerning bicycling strategies here, but I was unaware that options had progressed this far. (more…)
Friends and family are invited to a memorial on Saturday, September 9 from noon on at Bob’s Fish Market at 87 North Ferry Road, to celebrate the life of Bob Reiter.
ILLUSTRATION: GETTY IMAGES/iSTOCK The local bounce-back is following national trends
If anyone doubts that the economy has improved considerably, just speak with Shelter Island business owners.
With almost no exceptions, Island businesses followed national trends in recovering handsomely from a brutal winter. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 192,000 new jobs were created nationally in March, a sign of optimism kicking off a solid spring and summer.
In an informal survey, the Reporter found that Island business owners had their own way of measuring summer success: Many were so busy they’re relieved to be able to take a breather this fall. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | Adam Ross Abel and Elizabeth Berni Schrott at their favorite beach.
Dr. Jonathan and Susan Schrott have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Berni Schrott, to Adam Ross Abel, son of Dr. Bruce and Marjorie Abel of West Hartford, Connecticut. (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO |
Fried blowfish with gremolata — parsley, garlic and lemon.
Eating fish can be complicated and no fish is more daunting than the blowfish.
Aren’t parts of it poisonous? Why does it look nothing like a fish? Is it even edible?
To those who hesitate to eat a creature that looks like a spiny piñata, I say, you eat pineapple, right? (more…)